MateusRoberts wrote:Welcome to Permanoobs! You're already on the right path with what you're studying, so just keep doing it.
ErnieTheMighty wrote:There he is! That little bugger! *pinches cheeks*
KidKong wrote:Hi and welcome! Good start, and cool to hear how you found your inspiration to draw again. Now do more of everything and keep it up, it's rocky at first but over time you'll see lots of improvement :)
Hatsby wrote:This looks promising keep it up. I like your animal characters, they're adorable :D
One question though! In the bedroom picture, there's light coming through the window that's the same color as the light from the hallway.
So.. does this room have a window into a another room of the same house? Or is this a window to the outside?
Nitpicky, I know. But I figured I'd just point it out.
Othrandir wrote:Hey! I think you're off to a very good start. I would recommend for you to continue with anatomy. On the side, still life studies would be very beneficial. Good luck! :)
AmmoBot-HB wrote:If anything I think a bit more use of black in the detail areas could benefit it but overall I enjoy it. Also with arms, yeah I struggle with those too I hate them shits yo but we all gotta learn em so keep at it!
milch wrote:your cartoony animals are cute :D it's a good thing you're focusing on fundamentals now, go and grind, it'll pay off so much and you'll see that also your cartoon stuff becomes better from that
Kikindaface wrote:Hey dude, nice for the college ! You have to rock there, i hope you'll draw your ass off, i think college will give you some basice, but it's up to you to draw when everybody else is asleep in order to become great ! Wanna see more updates from you ! for now on keep drawing a lot, study a lot, understand volume, perspective, colors, light, read, think practice !!!
caseylarae wrote:Heya, cool stuff so far! Congrats on the college admission as well :D If you're interested in picking up traditional painting early still I've got some tips for you! It's much easier to start in acrylics or watercolors than oils, because oils are very difficult to control for new painters and often involve the use of toxic solvents. I find acrylics to be a lot like digital painting by comparison to watercolors, may be a good place for you to start. Its also worth noting that stretched canvas is expensive and you can paint on paper or canvas-textured paper while you're learning. Canvas board is excellent as well, because it is a little cheaper than stretched canvases but has a similar feel when you're painting.
Here is an excellent resource for acrylic painting: http://willkempartschool.com/how-to-pai ... nt-videos/
This guy shows the basics for free, including underpainting, color mixing, blocking in shapes, and even a bit of detailing. Its great stuff. Hope you stick around and keep posting!
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