Why is learning to draw so confusing? I don't know what to learn, because everything is supplementary with each other and I can't tell if I should learn to draw heads or bodies or whatever.
Sure there are basics like getting rid of chicken scratch but that's something you get over quickly.
Anyone have tips for avoiding eye strain when using a light pad? I want to use mine for Inktober, but the last time i tried it my eyes felt messed up for a few days.
It seems like on all the obvious pages like Deviantart or Instagram, your success depends on MOSTLY how much exposure you get by commenting or following other people, rather than how good you really are. This seems fair at first but then you see that people will follow you just so they get a follow back etc. I understand that, but for me it is pretty hard to follow people who have shitty art just for the sake of exposure.
I don't know a place that judges purely based on quality rather than having to follow ppl around to get noticed.
What kind of drawing hardware does /ic/ use? Thinking of making the leap from pencil and paper to tablet/pad/ whatever, so I'm interested to know what other anons use or recommend.
Ideally, pines. I need help with mine
I've been having trouble hosting rooms in Drawpile. I set up the port forwarding for the program but every time I send out the room code my friends say the invite expired.
I was wondering if there was something I'm missing?
Has anyone here tried the Oatley Academy? Are the paid courses worth it?
anybody know of any good art or illustration blogs to follow on tumblr?
no self promotion thanks
shit job shading the mouth area and it's only pen, I put a lot of detail into this but it doesn't seem right, suggestions?
Can any one of you anatomy experts care to redline this?