Iruka wrote: »
I'd start here: http://forums.penny-arcade.com/discussion/172670/feb-monthly-enrichment-simple-shapes-light-and-form
Then focus on: http://forums.penny-arcade.com/discussion/178203/may-monthly-enrichment-hands-and-feet/
Start pressing on to: http://forums.penny-arcade.com/discussion/182662/sep-monthly-enrichment-perspective-and-environments
and the next thing you know:
Its that easy.
L-J wrote: »
btw I have since discovered that I can't even draw a cube...let alone an egg with shadow...what WAS I thinking??
Flay wrote: »
Is it possible to modify the shape of an existing brush? I have a great chalk brush that I love to use, but it's got one bit sticking out the side that I'd love to get rid of.
gavindel wrote: »
My order of paint supplies has arrived. Some questions:
Brush care. I've looked up some guides for after painting: clean with paint thinner, let dry. Is there any work to do before painting? I've never handled brushes before, and the bristles feel almost unyielding on the dry brushes. Does this solve itself once I load it up with paint?
Odorless paint thinner: Does it still need ventilation to avoid asphyxiating myself?
Canvas preparation: I've heard a couple different ideas. What recommendations do you guys have for priming the canvas before painting?
Thanks for the help, guys.
According to the recommendation of environmental hygienists, studio air should be changed ten times per hour. Normal air circulation in most buildings and homes will allow for adequate air exchange using Gamblin oil painting materials. Increased air exchange can be attained by opening the windows and by inserting a fan in one window to blow air out.
redfield85 wrote: »
Does anyone have any good sources or favorite tutorials/projects for someone wanting to work on animation? I'm looking for some beginner stuff to try in Procreate using their animation tools.