I am 28 and I started drawing 2 weeks ago. I have a sketch pad and a tablet. I have been learning now to draw heads using techniques from Andrew Loomis. I also have been emulating Jim Lee.
What is the best way to build an understanding of human anatomy? Should I just focus on drawing heads right now until I master that? Or should I be trying to draw the entire body and refining it with every piece I do?
you have no business on a tablet at this point, it'll only hinder
stick to pencil and paper for now, read the sticky and keys to drawing, and make sure your observational skills are always the best they can be and keep working on it (by doing still lives and such)
if you can't correctly analyze and reproduce something as simple as a vase and fruit, how can you do that with the human form? if you do studies of body parts with incorrect measurements that means you're internalizing the "wrong" thing and then you end up like those shitty kids on dA who have been drawing for years with nothing substantial to show. you're only two weeks in so good luck and embrace the grind!
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