Dalton's Assorted Artwork and Random Stuff
Posted 22 October 2017 - 06:48 PM
Do master studies of the artists you like. It's a fancy way of saying you trying to copy their work as closely as possible. Of course this isn't for re-selling, and it's very necessary to credit the original, but this is a great way to find new methods of drawing, and thinking about drawing.
Next I'd say I'd love to see some life-studies of objects. I recommend drawing without looking at your paper. Just look at the thing/person and move your arm. I describe this as "feeling" around the shapes. It's not only great for practicing anatomy and building your reference, it will also give you art a new, clean look. Frankly it also teaches me to draw faster.
Hope that's helpful. I love, love, love the cobra, and it's pretty sweet seeing how your art has changed from when you first came around. I'm a huge fan of your compositions.
Hope that's helpful!
Lord Dagoth's Artwork and Concept Design Page:
There, you can watch my slow, ongoing path to professional Art and Design.
Feedback would be much appreciated.
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