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Hey /ic/, been lurking for about 2 months and I'm finally ready to post my work. Sorry for starting my own thread for this but I have a bunch of my "best" stuff that I've picked out to post here, and i've noticed that people often get ignored in draw threads.
Critique much appreciated, please point out what i'm doing wrong because my family and friends all think i'm "the shit", but I think i'm just shit and think they're just saying that to make me feel better. Either way, I can't get any real crit out of them so I come to you.
Really let me have it though, you won't hurt my feelings if you red line the living fuck out of something.
P.S. Sorry about the quality, I don't have access to a scanner so i just stood on a ladder and took pictures of these.
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Hey /ic/ i realize you get a lot of "i'm new at drawing how do the art" threads so i'll be brief, I just have a few questions.
as someone who drew all their life (not much at all of recent years) and has sort of 'unlearned' everything (bad habits as well as good ones) i thought it might be a good opportunity to learn things correctly. I have a Pdf of 'fun with a pencil', 'figure drawing for all it's worth', 'successful drawing' and 'figure drawing: design and invention' by Hampton. I was wondering what order i should work through the books, and if there is anything i should supplement the course with. also, how long should i take on each book, and if possible could someone help me layout a general plan of action (15 minutes of this excercise, do this for an hour this many times a week ect.)
I have a little talent, and i'd like to use it correctly. Think you guys can help? I could draw something for you now, but like i said i've decided to scrap all my previous 'knowledge' and start fresh, so i don't know if that would have any point.