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hey, how r u all?
ok. i was wonderimg if anyone could tell me or show me where i can learn to draw.
i have tried tons of times and i suck.
thanks for your time
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The dark impenitrable wood,
Each stepping where his comrade stood,
The instant that he fell.
A tribute to the brave First Company of Prince Khomtra, who perished on a sandy knoll protecting thier lord from Elvish raiders.
May Ptra have mercy on thier souls.</span>
Practise, practise and practise some more, or you could buy a book, but I find they don't work very well. :hmm:
Books teach you methods, you still have to have a degree of talent.Unless you were born with it,you have to practice.I don't claim to be talented,but I know my pictures don't suck as much as they used to,and that's only because I practiced.Eventualy you start to notice things,like how to judge how long or large something should be by looking the stuff drawn around it.There's no easy or short way to become a good artist unless you were born that way.
Well ... you know what helping a brother out means in lacross dont ya'. It means when your blocking one guy and another guy runs through the middle or something that nobodys on and has the ball, you go smash him...
BUT ANYWAYS, you can only get better.. i draw ALL THE TIME with my friends comics whatever it doesnt matter, but make sure your having fun and just do it alot. I didnt really need alot of classes to help because i just kinda picked off of people and just got better... But taking like summer camps and stuff never hurts.
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SlugEmpire has a point. It's not like it's possible for you to get worse, only better. Just try and find a style that suits you.
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there are many books out there to learn how to draw, but have you tried an art/drawing course. It would give you hands on experience with the drawing and get helpful tips. Other than that, practice... but make sure you do it semi-correctly, don't want to form a bad habit. Or so said my golf-trainer a long time ago.
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This is not true...I have gotten worse at times when I'm too busy with skool or work for a while.Originally posted by Tecko@Feb 17 2005, 18:58
SlugEmpire has a point. It's not like it's possible for you to get worse, only better. Just try and find a style that suits you.[snapback]332762[/snapback]
Also as mentioned above, if you are in skool you should take an art course, they are fun, easy and you get the credits for it...if your skool goes on the credit system that is :blink:
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