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I'm new to Loomis and I'm not sure if I'm getting this right. I'm not exactly sure about anatomy or anything, I'm still learning the base construction here. Did I do any of this right? Crits pls
Also I have some questions:
>I'm not exactly sure how wide to make the chin-line. Any ideas?
>There's that line from an end-point on the chin-line to the center of the side-plane. I think it's the cheek bone, but then again, I'm not sure. Did I draw that right?
>Things look "flat" in the face when I tilt it (or maybe even in the un-tilted drawings at the top). Is it supposed to look like that without the features? How should I fix that?
>What's a good rule of thumb for how extreme I should foreshorten the perfect thirds when I tilt the head? In the down-tilted head drawing, I didn't foreshorten at all.
Someone help please :C Adobe Photoshop CS5
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Hello 4chan, I know this isn't much work, but it isn't mostly about the drawing at this moment. As you may have seen, I have a problem with my brush at the moment. When I use 100% black, my brush stroke turns out to be light grey. I need to have several strokes over the first one to finally create a desirable black. Is there any way to fix this so that with one stroke, it is possible to achieve complete black? And if you have any advice on my rendition of Darksouls' two hardest bosses, I'd be very glad to hear them. Thanks!
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I always have phases where I'm really enthusiastic about improving my drawings, and art in general, but that only lasts for a week or two, and then i just can't even seem to find a reason to go back to art, and this happens several times a year.
Art isn't a big passion in my life although it was when i was a kid, i don't ever plan on making money from it, it's just fun to me sometimes.
But i feel like if i should even want to get good at this whole thing then shouldn't i be more compelled to do so? If i never drew anything again i wouldn't be extremely sad or anything, I have other things I am interested in.
I do want to continue doing art, but half of the time I don't. I don't know /ic/..
Should I just find another hobby?
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