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does anyone know any sites that could help a beginner learn to draw better? (paper)
tips, tutorials.. that sort of thing.
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING TO DRAW? TYPOGRAPHY? ABSTRACT PICTURES OF KITTENS FRESHLY SHAVEN AND MEWING? REALISTIC PORTRAIT OF YOUR MOM WITH SIS?
I JUST NEED SOMETHING FOR GENERAL DRAWING TECHNIQUES. HUMAN FIGURE WOULD BE GREAT. ANYTHING FOR BEGINNERS REALLY.
sorry, got caught up in the moment.
great. thank you very much.
the coz will show you the way
new trends in graphic design clearly demonstrate that you do not need to know how to draw to make a killing out of it...
yep all you really need is an idea, a crayon, and a blindfold.
(Apr 3 06, 14:10)
or you could draw the pirate instead
i think i'm famous, but i'm afraid to take off the blindfold.
or put down my crayon.
the idea is fun but the reality would suck.
unless you got to bang college girls because of it
the best thing you could possibly do is to sign up for some life drawing. if you're in a city, there should be a place near you that offers it, and probably for very cheap. community college, gallery, adult ed, anything. there's usually someone that leads these things and they're usually more than happy to give you some tips. imo it's much better to learn by watching others/doing than by doing some dumbass exercises in a book with no feedback.