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6 comments:

renz leadeater said...

hey fellas, youre posts have been very helpful aye! if you dont mind, i kinda need help with how to place multiple characters in a single page. kinda like applying perspective, maybe?? thanks in advance :D

whoreray/redfive said...

I'd like to echo renz on the request to place multiple characters in a single page with perspective.
But primarily I really just want to say thank you so much for making this blog.

tiffannysketchbook said...

i was at a wedding recently and had my trusty sketchbook with me. the party hit the dance floor and i was exited to draw people dancing, but i had a really hard time because people were moving. i would really like to learn how to capture figures/animals in movement in real life, (not pausing stuff on tv) are there any tips, any tricks, ways of thinking that will help?

Tony Pantaleo said...

Hey guys, been following you since the start (including the respective artists sites) and you do not disappoint (three cheers for Randall)! As far as things to learn, maybe some pointers on an approach to reference (as far as not getting bogged down with the reference drawings for practice - i.e. time spent on practice stuff to time on your projects/ assignments and exercises that helped the reference info sink in your brain better). And lastly... a big THANK YOU to all the contributing artists - this is all very much appreciated.

eto80 said...

first, thanks you all master (in the yoda way) for sharing that knowledge. I would like some advices about color, I am a graphic artist so I know the basic, but there is something about color that I still don´t cath

Tona Grasa said...

Hi guys, I really appreciate what you are doing with this site! It would be neat to have one the artists talking about their process on deciding the amount of detail they put into a drawing, meaning how much is too much or how much is not enough, for example I really enjoy Andrew Shek's animal drawings,but find myself very puzzled on how he decides to lay down his lines for wrinkles or to define certain muscles, or give texture. so how he finds that balance for knowing when to use more lines. Hope I am being clear enough