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Drawing References and ResourcesUpdated: Aug 13 2012
EVEN MOAR SKIN SWATCHES!
The best way to improve is to draw from real life. That's the best way to learn. If you don't know how to draw a certain angle of a hand or an arm, you shouldn't fudge it, you should always look it up and figure out how to draw it right. Hiding the hands behind the body is a no-no, people! The proof of bsing is easy to see: http://neofox.deviantart.com/journal/ART-knowledge-is-power-282518336
But often it's very hard to weed through the crap to find good stock to use as reference. So here I am, doing the work for you and naming some helpful resources.
I've been teaching my friend Kitteh how to draw, so I'm learning first hand just what steps to take to improve.
There's one very special thing you must do to improve. With this special thing you can go from amateur to pro. And that's PRACTICE. You can get all the references and tutorials you want, buy all the books, save all the tutorials and referenc
COMMISSIONS [closed]Hi, it's me again :> I'm poor archeology student and I need money for excavations : (
Please, read my Terms of Services first!
Terms of Services
♠ portrait 15 USD (only one character on the picture) ♠
♠ halfbody 20 USD (+10 USD for additional character) ♠
♠ fullbody 25 USD (+15 USD for additional character) ♠
♠ chibi 10 USD (+7 USD for additional character) ♠
COMMISSIONS (OPEN yay)600 or $6.00 for chibi headshot (example - )
850 or $8.50 for headshot (examples - )
950 or $9.50 for half body (examples - )
1000 or $10.00 for full body (example - )
pls tell me the mood, body position, facial expressions etc or just direct me to your character's ref sheet thanks ; v ;
comment below with ur character if u want a comm yo ^ v ^
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