Any recommendations for a good tutorial set on how to draw 3D correctly w/ perspective and all that? Everything of mine turns out symbolly even though I attempt to draw in 3D.
I've got Drawabox.com and I know of Proko (but god his jokes are cringey).
Loomis and Vilppu are meh.
I'm willing to put the time and effort in. But when my attempted 3D art looks symbol-like, it's irritating.
I've got a scanner/drawing tablet so that should be a major help.
I believe the planes/perspective are my main problem.
I made a diff thread but it was a shitshow as I thought I was truly NOT drawing in symbols, because I would draw 3D but it still came out looking like shit. And the whole thread turned to shit. Idk where to really start, because I'd prefer not having to do a million cubes. But eh
Loomis and Vilppu are for figure drawing
Drawing in 3d is the first step far before figure drawing
Do this kind of stuff freehand and try to get a feel for the 3d space you're drawing in
Now I understand drawing boxes in perspective is boring but don't worry unless you're mentally retarded you'll only have to do a small amount of this and if you're feeling confident in your skills you can draw other stuff in perspective
Whenever something is drawing in 3d it's constructed out of the basic 3d shapes of cubes, cylinders, spheres and cones.
The idea is that if you can draw them in 3d space with ease than by combining them all together you can draw anything imaginable
Once you get a slight grasp of drawing 3d you can then apply that knowledge to whatever you want to draw. you can improve by drawing your own things in 3d
The way people's bodies look did not change that much since loomis lived. Nor did the way boxes look. Nor did perspective. It's not outdated. You are just fucking retarded.