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07-06-2015 08:51 AM
Eddieblz
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Originally Posted by Noodle View Post
i'm six foot tall and i'm female. you sure that thing about women being smaller is correct???
Only in the movies.
07-05-2015 10:21 PM
Bushcraftonfire Chuckling....
07-05-2015 06:50 PM
Noodle i'm six foot tall and i'm female. you sure that thing about women being smaller is correct???
07-04-2015 09:08 PM
Susan Mulno
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Originally Posted by Eddieblz View Post
Here's a link to some Andrew Loomis books. If you go to and art school such as AI, these are required for your library. They can be quite pricey but this webs sight gives you the PDF's for free. I've look at them and they are pretty good.

http://www.alexhays.com/loomis/
Thanks for the link, I am downloading those books.
07-04-2015 07:46 AM
TerryCurley
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Originally Posted by FanKi View Post
Jajajajajaja I didn't say good drawer, I said great artist, there is a big diference. And I consider you a great artist =)
You just made my day Franki, thank you. BTW......You draw beautifully.



07-04-2015 01:12 AM
FanKi
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Originally Posted by TerryCurley View Post
No I'm not good drawer at all. I think I can paint pretty good but the portraits I do I actually trace from a photo onto the canvas, I don't draw them free hand. You want and example of someone that can draw really good check out Chanda95 or Jeff or cjm1972 and lots others, but not me.
Jajajajajaja I didn't say good drawer, I said great artist, there is a big diference. And I consider you a great artist =)
07-03-2015 08:36 PM
TerryCurley
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Well, I also started drawing with the idea of good proportion and all that, but then I realized that was killing my draw, I focussed so much on proportion that I couldnt enjoy while I was drawing and all my draws ended up looking rought and hard and mega-ugly.

I'm not such a great artist as Bushcraft or Terry, but i think that the most important thing on drawing must be enjoying it first, and good results will come alone and easily.

I also read while I was looking some books about drawing, that in order to achieve an important improvement when you are starting to draw (as I :P ) you must learn how to use your brain, with a kind of "theory" about the sides of the brain and how to "activate" the one is better for arts and drawing and etc.
I found it really interesting, as i talk spanish as native lenguaje i'm sorry that the book was in spanish, but i'm sure there is a lot of information around the internet to look for if you are interested.

Sorry I cant help with your basic idea anyway :/

Saludos! ^^
No I'm not good drawer at all. I think I can paint pretty good but the portraits I do I actually trace from a photo onto the canvas, I don't draw them free hand. You want and example of someone that can draw really good check out Chanda95 or Jeff or cjm1972 and lots others, but not me.



07-03-2015 06:05 PM
FanKi Well, I also started drawing with the idea of good proportion and all that, but then I realized that was killing my draw, I focussed so much on proportion that I couldnt enjoy while I was drawing and all my draws ended up looking rought and hard and mega-ugly.

I'm not such a great artist as Bushcraft or Terry, but i think that the most important thing on drawing must be enjoying it first, and good results will come alone and easily.

I also read while I was looking some books about drawing, that in order to achieve an important improvement when you are starting to draw (as I :P ) you must learn how to use your brain, with a kind of "theory" about the sides of the brain and how to "activate" the one is better for arts and drawing and etc.
I found it really interesting, as i talk spanish as native lenguaje i'm sorry that the book was in spanish, but i'm sure there is a lot of information around the internet to look for if you are interested.

Sorry I cant help with your basic idea anyway :/

Saludos! ^^
06-26-2015 06:10 AM
Eddieblz Here's a link to some Andrew Loomis books. If you go to and art school such as AI, these are required for your library. They can be quite pricey but this webs sight gives you the PDF's for free. I've look at them and they are pretty good.

http://www.alexhays.com/loomis/
06-25-2015 09:41 PM
Bushcraftonfire I agree with Just.. draw people.. fat.. skinny.. short.. tall.. Learn from drawing!

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