Poof, you've now become the last picture you remember drawing. What are you?

I'm a little boy dressed in light blue bunny pajamas.Let me explain why I'm a little boy dressed in light blue bunny pajamas. The picture I drew was for a math project on translations. And I love being extra creative, though I'll admit

How to improve my art

Here is my answer:1: DRAW, DRAW, DRAWthen look at whatever you have drawn, and analyze it. Ask questions. What happened when i did X? Why did i do Y? Take a good hard look at it. Ask questions and be deliberate in your practise.Rinse and repeat.2: study the fundementals, the core principles. Basic structure, composition, color theory.

How to improve my art

Here is my answer:1: DRAW, DRAW, DRAWthen look at whatever you have drawn, and analyze it. Ask questions. What happened when i did X? Why did i do Y? Take a good hard look at it. Ask questions and be deliberate in your practise.Rinse and repeat.2: study the fundementals, the core principles. Basic structure, composition, color theory.

What is the best way to come up with illustration ideas?

Brainstorm. Be willing to come up with many ideas, pouring out variations without worrying. Play with ideas like you did as a kid. You can critique or revise them later.That's a big principle of creativity: diverge before you converge.If you want something more specific, the best teacher

How to improve my art

Here is my answer:1: DRAW, DRAW, DRAWthen look at whatever you have drawn, and analyze it. Ask questions. What happened when i did X? Why did i do Y? Take a good hard look at it. Ask questions and be deliberate in your practise.Rinse and repeat.2: study the fundementals, the core principles. Basic structure, composition, color theory.

What is the best drawing that you have seen, and where you have seen that picture?

The first day of college started with introductions as:

What are some steps to help find my art style and build upon it?

Paint (or whatever ;choose the appropriate verb) what you really want to paint. Don't allow thoughts about what others may think of it. Instead, ask yourself what YOU think of it. This doesn't mean that you should indulge yourself, because that road leads to bad art. Remember that art is communication, and keep in mind that

Do I need to be good in drawing if I wanted to be a 3D modeler?

My portfolio: CrowcageI tell you a little secret, I can't draw sh*t. It sure helps but it is far from mandatory. Sculpting is much important and I can sculp somewhat ok. I find it much easier than Drawing.3D is much more mechanical, with right

Is it easier to draw anime or comic book characters?

Either can be easy - but only if you already know how to draw more realistic proportions.Anime and Comic Book both encompass a huge variety in stylization - Tezuka's work is different from Tanemura and Urasawa, Young is different from Phillips and Kurtz,

Do I need to be good in drawing if I wanted to be a 3D modeler?

My portfolio: CrowcageI tell you a little secret, I can't draw sh*t. It sure helps but it is far from mandatory. Sculpting is much important and I can sculp somewhat ok. I find it much easier than Drawing.3D is much more mechanical, with right

Is it easier to draw anime or comic book characters?

Either can be easy - but only if you already know how to draw more realistic proportions.Anime and Comic Book both encompass a huge variety in stylization - Tezuka's work is different from Tanemura and Urasawa, Young is different from Phillips and Kurtz,

What are the biggest myths about artists?

All Art requires talent and skill and Years of study to create. I see this one all the time. It is very prevalent among artists who want to maintain an elite status or they just never paid attention in art history class. They ignore the fact that there are major art

Where do you draw inspiration from?

From everything. Video games, movies, tv-series, museums, other artwork, people walking down the street, nature, dreams, ...If you're out of inspiration you should go and do something. By looking at things you'll gain inspiration, ideas, parts of something. Also trying out a new medium or artstyle can

How old were you when you started drawing?

Drawing is one of my earliest memories.I was already drawing by age 3. At age 4, I was drawing my favorite cartoon characters. By age 7, I was taking

How do artists draw 3D drawings?

Every object that exists can effectively be broken down into a combination of simpler forms. Simple forms include your basic geometric forms (boxes, spheres, cylinders, as well as pyramids and cones), organic forms (simple sausage-like forms) and ribbon-like forms (think flower petals, leaves - basically something that effectively has very little relevant thickness, and flows fluidly through 3D space).It

How do artists draw from their head?

If you want to draw something representationally (what non -artists generally call realistically) you need plenty of references and plenty of practice.Part of the challenge of any type of drawing is building mastery og drawing itself. Once an artist has command of their drawing skills and thd ability to accurately observe, what they want to

What inspires an artist to draw?

I will answer for non-abstract drawing, I am not a specialist of abstraction.Well, what inspire artists is often what surrounds them: the landscape or city they walk in, the vegetables they got at the market, the dead beast the hunters has taken back, the flowers in a jar, men

Is it okay to copy someone else's drawing and then sell it?

No. Whether you make one or more photocopies or redraw the picture yourself, you would be in violation of the copyright law. As soon as an image or writing is created, it is automatically protected. The artist, photographer or author has the right to

At what point does 'drawing inspiration' become stealing?

Simply when you copy someone else's work to full detail and then claim it's your own. If you do give credit to the artist, then it's not really stealing. Taking inspiration means that certain parts of a drawing is implemented into your own work. Or that you toke someone elses work and added some of your own  or

Can an artist draw a straight line?

It's hard but it can be done with practice. I do good lines, not perfect ones, but my wife thought I did them with a ruler. If you come closer, you will see they are not that good but close enough, and I don't practice that much. A teacher of mine who did them frequently

Can drawing artists work out?

One of my best friends successfully splits his time between drawing practice and going to the gym.Both of these activities can be seen in a similar way and the two are certainly not mutually exclusive!Training your body to become fitter is very similar to honing your artistic skills. The more you

How to learn to draw like this artist

I wanted to find out how to draw for a lot of years, but did not have the confidence in doing it... I was worried regarding the outcoming benefits, about how will other people accept my drawings and so on.After a lot of

How to differentiate between drawing inspiration and outright copying

Drawings inspiration is drawing something you want to draw with the use of your mind as the reference.While copying is making use of a visual reference.Inspiration drawing will help you improve your imagination, however, I will not assure you that this will help you

How much time on average do you spend drawing a day?

Recently, I think I might go so far as to say an hour or two. Sometimes three hours, if I'm working on something specific.Note: this isn't including the 2 hours of art class I have at school.In previous years, I could

When do artists use math for drawing? I can naturally draw well.

If you are trying to organize a complex subject in a traditional manner you may make use of perspective which actually comes from a branch of mathematics called projective geometry. Even in such cases, it's really a question of what looks natural to the viewer, even if the rules

When painting portrait in oils how do we keep the drawings details traced?

Thank you for the A2a. As Kathleen and Michelle has already told you, you don´t, those lines are just a guide to start the work. There are two ways of painting portraits (I haven´t done it but I have seen many

At what point does 'drawing inspiration' become stealing?

Simply when you copy someone else's work to full detail and then claim it's your own. If you do give credit to the artist, then it's not really stealing. Taking inspiration means that certain parts of a drawing is implemented into your own work. Or that you toke someone elses work and added some of your own  or

Can an artist draw a straight line?

It's hard but it can be done with practice. I do good lines, not perfect ones, but my wife thought I did them with a ruler. If you come closer, you will see they are not that good but close enough, and I don't practice that much. A teacher of mine who did them frequently

Can drawing artists work out?

One of my best friends successfully splits his time between drawing practice and going to the gym.Both of these activities can be seen in a similar way and the two are certainly not mutually exclusive!Training your body to become fitter is very similar to honing your artistic skills. The more you

How to learn to draw like this artist

I wanted to find out how to draw for a lot of years, but did not have the confidence in doing it... I was worried regarding the outcoming benefits, about how will other people accept my drawings and so on.After a lot of

How to differentiate between drawing inspiration and outright copying

Drawings inspiration is drawing something you want to draw with the use of your mind as the reference.While copying is making use of a visual reference.Inspiration drawing will help you improve your imagination, however, I will not assure you that this will help you

How much time on average do you spend drawing a day?

Recently, I think I might go so far as to say an hour or two. Sometimes three hours, if I'm working on something specific.Note: this isn't including the 2 hours of art class I have at school.In previous years, I could

When do artists use math for drawing? I can naturally draw well.

If you are trying to organize a complex subject in a traditional manner you may make use of perspective which actually comes from a branch of mathematics called projective geometry. Even in such cases, it's really a question of what looks natural to the viewer, even if the rules

When painting portrait in oils how do we keep the drawings details traced?

Thank you for the A2a. As Kathleen and Michelle has already told you, you don´t, those lines are just a guide to start the work. There are two ways of painting portraits (I haven´t done it but I have seen many

Do most artists work without any reference?

In a nutshell: it depends on the artist and what they're drawing.If they're working with realism and would like to make their drawing look as real as humanly possible, chances are that they are going to need a reference or two, even if they

How to improve my anime drawings

Step 1: PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE. You're not going to get better by not drawing. So just keep drawing, as often as you can, and you'll get better as time goes on.Step 2: Study anatomy. Yes, it's anime, but studying real-life proportions has a huge benefit nontheless. Read anatomy books, and learn how to

What are different anime shading techniques?

It depends on the style of anime you're drawing. For a more realistic style, you'll want to shade it like you would a realistic drawing, with realistic shadows and soft edges. You might want to brush up on realism drawing.

Is there a good website to learn how to draw comics or anime characters?

You do not need as such much in the way of a website, just find characters you like and copy them, it is not all that difficult.The difficulty is having that character be drawn from a different perspective.That is why learning to draw properly first is best. Then it is no particular trick drawing anime

It's hard to draw an anime character body. How can I draw it?

Drawing the human body can be incredibly difficult.What I have learned from my teachers is that you must repeat the parts that you can not do right away. Choose a photo and try to replicate it using the technique of sticks

How to be good at sketching

Sketching, like anything else takes time to get better at it. The key in my opinion is to keep doing it and to learn the basics so that you can develop your own style.There are tons of tutorials on Youtube that you can check and try copying other sketchings.Good luck and please

How long does it take to draw an anime character?

It depends on how fast one is and how much

How to improve my character drawing for animation

I don't hear the sound of your animation. Your style is okay for animation. The most important thing is to tell your story, the animation will follow. If animation was only allowed using perfect Pixar or Disney styles, then it

How would I go about purchasing top grade drawing paper for drawing an anime character on?

Strathmore or Canson papers are available in many places and online. For an anime drawing you may want marker paper or Bristol board. Papers with tooth would probably be less satisfactory.

How many years does it take to become a drawing artist?

It takes my friends around 2 years training from zero to art school admission. Usually the training is 3h a day during weekdays and 8–10 hour during weekends.Admissions could be hard, especially when your work is among thousands of others, they will have to spot yours to be admitted.If you train 4 years like this and still nothing, then

Is it easier to draw anime or comic book characters?

Either can be easy - but only if you already know how to draw more realistic proportions.Anime and Comic Book both encompass a huge variety in stylization - Tezuka's work is different from Tanemura and Urasawa, Young is different from Phillips and Kurtz, and so