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    FantasyStrike is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Default Random Drawing.

    Yeah, I will upload some of my drawings here and there. Yea, I know some are not perfect and what not, so don't be a ass and say it sucks. Your just wasting your time basically for pointing out the obvious.


    ^I was in art class and I drew this on the back of a test.


    ^The first one I drew It took me some time and the others took about 20secs.

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    Wayfarerstrife is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Well, everyone has to start from somewhere, when I was 16, I was still drawing stick figures ... ( seriously ... )

    With lines guiding the eyes to right height of the face and facial features at the correct places, the basic idea is there, although you have to work more on it ...
    ( Try using the same guiding lines on the body as well, to make it appear less flat, a bit of shading after you get better would give it more dimension. )

    There is also some effort on perspective as well, from what I can see on the 2nd picture. Anyway, I will put up some tips on my next post.

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    Wayfarerstrife is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Anyway, here is some 'link' to something as well as a few tips to help you improve ...
    http://terrystrife.deviantart.com/ar...-code-65491221 ( made by ... my current, still pathetic self ... )

    A Japanese on Moe (Anime) Drawing
    http://www.moee.org/
    A few comics from the site with details on figure and clothing
    http://www.moee.org/comic2.html
    http://www.moee.org/comic3.html
    perspective
    http://www.moee.org/haikei.html
    shading
    http://www.moee.org/nuri.html
    http://www.moee.org/nuri1.html
    http://www.moee.org/nuri3.html
    http://www.moee.org/nuri4.html


    By Kaze Hime from DA for shading in Photoshop
    ( most basic )
    http://kaze-hime.deviantart.com/art/...yle-CG-9055179
    ( next most basic )
    http://kaze-hime.deviantart.com/art/...ft-CG-22487391


    Tips
    - Use cylinders, ovals and lines to guide the shape of your character's figure.
    - Practice on the face and hands a lot since these 2 points are what most beginners have problems in ... ( Even I can't do hands and feet that well ... )
    - Use shading to create a more dimensional look on your figure after you learnt more about lighting and shadows ...
    - See more works from others, including the artists that create manga and anime series ... and try to study and emulate some of their tricks and blend them to form your own style.

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    FantasyStrike is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Wowowow Thanks for the help.

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    Sorry for double posting. I did this on my art exam. 4 hours of doing nothing and this came up in my head.


 

 

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