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For just starting out you have amazing talent and will go far. Welcome to the forum!
 

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Keep at it...

Grab some books from here--> CLICK, and do a little study on perspective. Slow down just a touch and take a day here and there to "study" one part. You could go onto YouTube and search "How to draw eyes" for instance. There's a cuppla pretty good ones there. Then move on. Hands, fur, mouth, creatures, Anime. As you learn the individual parts, and a few tricks with perspective (vanishing lines) you'll be putting us all to shame.

You're a natural... Keep at it.


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Keep at it...

Grab some books from here--> CLICK, and do a little study on perspective. Slow down just a touch and take a day here and there to "study" one part. You could go onto YouTube and search "How to draw eyes" for instance. There's a cuppla pretty good ones there. Then move on. Hands, fur, mouth, creatures, Anime. As you learn the individual parts, and a few tricks with perspective (vanishing lines) you'll be putting us all to shame.

You're a natural... Keep at it.


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thanks for the link i,m going to down load them tonight some time
 

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What's new? Watugot? C'mon, kick down.

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hey im new to the form to, ive been drawing about a year and a half, what i found to be good was drawing a realistic eye, Mark Crilley has some good how to draw videos. and just Google drawings and try to copy them. that's how i started out and have progressed a good much from where i was. Just don't try to draw something decent once a day, challenge your self over a few days.
 
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