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Dustin S. 27-10-2009 05:03 PM

Anybody Good at Drawing
 
Anybody good with the pencil that dont mind helping out others? lol

Well Im getting back into it and I still cant draw people worth a damn. If im staring at a picture of someone, or looking at something I can draw it perfectly. Almost to the point of it looking like a tracing. That just doesnt feel right to me though.

So I go and try to draw my comic on my own. (note i have actual artists working on it, i just wanted to try something to show them an idea) However i fail miserbly. Obviously its entirely original so i have nothing to look at to base it on, no picture of batman or something to stare at and copy.

I do the whole stick figure, then circles and squares, then fill it in, then do the details and I cant do it properly. Its mainly the face...Given enough time ill get the muscles and other parts of the body done correctly to an extent, then the face looks like crap.

Another issue I have is proportions. I dont know how to get differnt views, how to make arms bigger smaller etc...I dont know how to give things depth correctly. Note I saw Stan Lee and Steve Ditko do the whole "draw lines of depth and field of vision" then you follow the lines and it gives it the right depth etc...But I want to know how you just do it on a given note.

Practice practice practice...I know. Ive been drawing for months now, and i cant get faces down lol, i need help in some way.

Just say this now because Ive gotten extremely interested in the game industry again and im thinking of switching from film to game design. Note ill still be a writer for either one on any given day, but i want to learn 3d really bad. and it starts by learning this.

trediddy 27-10-2009 08:05 PM

i have the same problem i really like drawing and i can look at something and draw it but i can draw without actually have something to look at

Sauberbmw 28-10-2009 01:21 PM

i can draw, without having to look at it, and i am a pretty good drwer but i cant draw people worth my life

Dustin S. 28-10-2009 07:43 PM

Do you have any tips on how to draw things? Ive been practicing and im getting better, I can at least draw people without them looking like complete crap now. I still look at things though...I really badly want to get away from that. I just want to be able to pull out a peice of paper, think of something, then draw it.

trediddy 28-10-2009 09:22 PM

yea me to like sometimes im at school and i got nothin to do in class so i get paper but i cant draw nothin in my mind lol

Dustin S. 30-10-2009 03:29 AM

Haha ive done that everyday this week

Nick 30-10-2009 03:14 PM

Yea, I'm not bad at drawing stuff, I can just think of nothing original to draw lol

Dustin S. 30-10-2009 09:48 PM

got anything in regards to tips? lol

trediddy 31-10-2009 01:01 AM

all i can say is practice makes perfect maybe u can check on deviantart but i dont know if they have forums but if they do there are some really good drawings there

Dustin S. 31-10-2009 01:14 AM

I read tutorials and such all the time, Im getting better at drawing but i cant draw on my own. For example to draw a person ill need to look up a pose that i need then draw it, change it into what i need etc...I couldnt even draw my own comic for a while haha.

gaf 31-10-2009 09:25 AM

i am more of a vehicle / environment sketcher....so can't really help you with people...maybe this dvd can help

http://www.thegnomonworkshop.com/sto...-Stephen-Platt

here's a rough sketch i did when i was bored...using perspective lines...done in pen

http://forums.thegnomonworkshop.com/...&pictureid=922

trediddy 31-10-2009 02:41 PM

nice!

gaf 31-10-2009 03:37 PM

i have a tip...maybe you could my an action figure, and the pose it in various poses and try to recreate any angles you are having difficulty with, then you will be able to see what it should look like....

also what you could to is take pictures of it from different perspectives and really study how it works...

for angled heads you should draw a cube and uild the head withing it....and place guidelines in areas of importance....and follow tem around the cube....eyeline, base of the nose and mouth line etc

Dustin S. 31-10-2009 05:49 PM

Now thats a really good tip, thank you! Im gonna try it here in a sec, ill post what I get out of it.

That drawing is brilliant, just wow haha. Are you gonna color it?

gaf 01-11-2009 09:01 AM

Nah, i tried colouring it once and it looked bad...so i just keep it plain...here's another...this is when i was testing out perspective drawings....(the one above was 2 point perspective).

this is 1-point perspective
http://forums.thegnomonworkshop.com/...&pictureid=969

and this is 3-point perspective
http://forums.thegnomonworkshop.com/...&pictureid=923

Dustin S. 01-11-2009 01:16 PM

Are you an architect? Those are really good.

gaf 01-11-2009 03:38 PM

not an architect...but i did learn car design in university....and got some tips from there....and using perspective lines make things better

Dustin S. 01-11-2009 03:46 PM

Do you use perspective lines for car design too? Ive been interested in that as well. I like watching guys like chip Foose do his drawings, its just awesome.

xEN7xASSASSINx 01-11-2009 08:00 PM

i used to love drawing! i always muck up on hands and sometimes feet though :( never get the finger placement right or the feet are never even lol

trediddy 01-11-2009 10:35 PM

anyone know of any art classes here in california


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