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Drawing Tips & Tutorials! Let's Share Tips on Drawing!, Please post the links for good drawing tutorials also! :)
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post Jan 25 2007, 08:00 AM
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Hello =3.
Please post your drawing tips here, or if you have links to good drawing tutorials, please post and share!! biggrin.gif

Note: This thread is for tips and tutorials for actual drawing.
If you have tips and tutorial for photoshopping technicals, please post that on Photoshopping Tech Hints, Tutorials, and Help thread. smile.gif

Von Hohenheim has kindly agreed to share some of the secrets to his amazing drawings in these tutorials! ^^
Von Hohenheim's Drawing Tutorial: Global Lighting Tutorial
Von Hohenheim's Drawing Tutorial: Projective Geometry and Perspectives Tutorial

Some other tutorials around the Web:
How to Draw Manga Eyes: Male Vs. Female
How To Draw a "Realistic" Manga Face: Anger

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post Feb 26 2007, 02:52 PM
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I have to agree with you Tian-Ai, putting music on is great. I always put my FMA or Pokemon CD on. I'm always so surprised how fast they seem to end. (both of them take more then 70 minutes XD) It's wierd to think that there's so much time passed since you started drawing.

Thanks for the tip about doing something else when you get a drawingblock. I get that often lately. What's also frustrating is that I know what I'm going to draw, but not the poses of the characters. It's killing me. x.X

The last thing you said sure is right, drawing is more than putting lines on a paper, it's an expression of what's going on inside of you.

Okay, one of the things that I experienced:
When you're final pencil sketch is done, surround it with a black pencil. It makes it come out better. But be carefull, you can't whipe out wrong lines.
Also, when colouring with colour pencils, rub it with a tissue after finishing a colour.
Don't be afraid to rub out of the lines, you can easily erase it. The colours will be a lot smoother, and you won't have those disturbing lines.


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