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  1. TheDL6Incident

    TheDL6Incident Creator of Buki

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    Hi, guys (girls?)
    I've decided to try my hand at drawing, finally.
    Take note that I'm an absolute beginner before you say anything. I've only been drawing for about a week and a half.

    Tell me what you think.
    Here's a few of my doodles. I personally like the Ken Sugimori style, but I kind of want to come up with my own style eventually.
    So far, I'm only into drawing front views (heads, neck area.)
    If you'd like me to draw one of your characters for practice, go for it. I probably won't have it done for a while since I normally scrap my drawings due to my lack of confidence in my abilities.

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  2. doston8

    doston8 Well-Known Member

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    nice faktz.
     
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  3. Maomi

    Maomi Clean Up Crew

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    Your drawings look decent despite being a beginner, keep going!
     
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  4. HumoLoco

    HumoLoco Clean Up Crew

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    Good for your warm up da artist skills af.

    Keep going on, get better and better everytime you draw more.
     
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  5. TheDL6Incident

    TheDL6Incident Creator of Buki

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    New addition 26.12.2018
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  6. TheDL6Incident

    TheDL6Incident Creator of Buki

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    Update 28.12.2018
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  7. HumoLoco

    HumoLoco Clean Up Crew

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    my suggestion. My reference for you af. ;>

    Do light pressures when you are making a line, because it will make your life easier to erase them completely. because i can see the fade right there.
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    You can see the different? Light pressure and heavy pressures.

    try do line once instead of multi lines each you make a line. because it will benefit to you how the scanner really work in later time.
    This should be not.
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    But I am really super recommend you practice like this on top one. because it is easy for you to choose the line before you erase them to make a perfect line. That's what i would do top like this into to bottom one to make a perfect shape.
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    For the shade. My reference for you. No word on here tho cuz you will understand the picture af.

    You dont need to fear to mess up. But practice on the shade like this.
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    Once you like the shade, then with your finger rub on them really soft like you can do it to puss af.
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    Now you are to make reality 2d anime a bit more.
     
  8. rfSexy

    rfSexy Art Potato & Clean Up Crew

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    If you're just sketching and practicing don't waste time erasing. Continue and finish or start over. Erasing should be for more final pieces.

    It looks like you're heavily referencing other drawings, which isn't bad because it's purely for learning. You should do more free hand drawing whenever you can or real life studies.
    If you are referencing i suggest you do it from pictures of real life images and people. It will help with anatomy and proportions better than copying from cartoons and anime.

    As for that finger shading thing.. that's entirely optional. You could even use a tissue over a finger or pen/pencil whatever utensil. That all depends on what kind of shading you want. You can achieve good enough results with pressure control.
     
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