Hi guys basically asked a tattooist what he thought of my sketches basically he said don't pursue it! What's your thoughts I don't basically want to put time into something I have no art in.
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Last edited by Vyse; 03-22-2013 at 02:23. Reason: Merging.
They're not good, to be honest.
I would try and pursue it though, if you enjoy drawing. Start from learning the basics. Human anatomy, perspective etc.
I would also recommend drawing something new from time to time so you don't get bored. I haven't drawn anything in a couple years but, before then, was really into drawing giant monsters (kaiju).
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They look chibish. Yeah like Black said start with the basics. Every artist starts out crappy. They eventually learn from their mistakes and get better. Keep at it if you love drawing. Gets some references and in over time you'll be better! I used to draw a lot myself.
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Not terrible by any means!
Please keep at it if its something you enjoy, just make sure you constantly practice.
Draw every day, doesn't matter what it is, but it will slowly build up skills in one way or another.
I'll get some great links for you from my art teacher and post them in this thread soon
also, that tattooist is a $#@!ing asshole. No-one is naturally good at anything... it takes practice. Ask any artist
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- collection of human body refferences.
-Great to learn human anatomy in different poses and angles
You should try and practice how fast you can draw poses.
with the 30s sketch challenges.
-Bunch of photos you can use... idk
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Andrew Loomi's "Heads and Hands"
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as the other guys have said, if its something you love, keep practising.
watch this guy, he does amazing tutorials
Last edited by Fijiandoce; 03-22-2013 at 10:44.Sig courtesy of the_jim
Thanks for the refs guys!!!
Thanks for the refs guys always been into art so I think I'm going to stick with it.
Anyway you are right he just needs practice
His drawing aren't that bad, he has a eye on formation of what he is drawing which just needs improving, and thats something many people fail to have
And most tattoo artist can't draw anyway so just ignore them
But it depend on what level art ya after
Here one of my unfinished ones from last year
Looks different in angle actually lol
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That's crazy good mate, I think I'm
Just going to keep drawing simple things learning tips as I go as in shading etc. I think I have some ability.
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