Flay wrote: »
I'd suggest choosing one thing you'd like to focus on, and then drawing it a lot. I'm doing an exercise at the moment to draw a hundred faces, which has taught me a lot, but you could try drawing a hundred arms or a hundred eyes, or anything else that you struggle with.
EDIT: Check out this video
Lewis Rice wrote: »
hey dudes, I was wondering about the best way to file all the photos and illustrations I've saved to my computer. Theres so many of them and its so frustrating to navigate through them all. Do you think there are good programs for doing this? I was thinking about tumblr and blog like tags so that you could type in keywords that would relate to each image. How do you organise the images you save to your computer? Is it a deep layer of folders? Some program that helps organise them all?
ninjai wrote: »
How does perspective in a thing like this work? Where the horizon is not on the screen and what feels like a billion vanishing points
egaku wrote: »
I suppose on actual paper you could use an extra large piece of newsprint underneath to mark the points and a yardstick or something to lay down the guides, or just guess.
ChicoBlue wrote: »
Some artists will draw out their perspective setups pretty small, make a good grid and then blow it up on a photocopier.
Iruka wrote: »
Markers get crazy expensive, fast. Do you have a budget?
Iruka wrote: »
Copics are the top of the line, but even a small set will run you 30ish bucks. Still, if you arent looking for a full color spectrum, I think its worth it just to buy 5 or 6 for doodling.