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Discussion in 'GBAtemp Art Studio' started by jt_1258, Jan 22, 2018.
kinda like that? I still may need to adjust the eye brows though
It feels real lumpy, dispreportinet, squished, and incosistent but I think I'm somewhat at a stoping point with this...not that I'm done with it but more so cause I have no idea how to go about going further than this :/
Nah dude this is real bad.
If you want to learn how to draw art, I highly recommend starting at drawing simple objects like cubes and spheres, then start with cylinders, pyramids and so on.
Drawing anatomically correct eastern asian cartoon figures might look easy at first, but it needs a lot of hard work and dedication until you can draw correctly without being a stereotypical deviantart user.
This tutorial, although not specifically made for taiwanese animation, is good enough to cover the basics https://hubpages.com/art/how-to-draw-learn
mouses are easy to use, and make for the best art, what are you talking about?!
That's why all professional artists that draw animated characters use a Tablet and Touch Pen, right?
Mice are not good for precision drawing. You can use a Tablet and Touch Pen like if you were drawing with a pencil and paper.
The Anime artists also use a Tablet and Touch Pen. And the Japanese Anime artists are the best when it comes to tv and movie animation.
I call bs, they obviously don't use expensive tablets, that's laughable. They use the perfect pair of a mouse and ms paint... idiot