Post by Clash Is Not A Meter Maid #BLM on Jun 28, 2019 7:37:11 GMT -5
There are tutorials for specific skills everywhere online, but the best advice I ever received was when an art teacher told me years ago there’ll be many days when you feel like your art sucks.
But in reality you’re still learning, gradually training your eyes to identify forms from real life and putting them on paper. I keep a scrapbook nearby often to get certain ideas out or practice in a specific area (perspectives, anatomy, shading , etc.)
Also, making master-copy studies of artists you admire helps, it’s a great way to build up your art style through influences. But do this for multiple artists so that you’re not just apeing one style, and always acknowledge/credit who you studied from if you want to show the mastercopy in public.