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beautiful drawings, i’m looking forward to The Arrival.
Can’t wait! Really excited about this – it’s going to be AWESOME!!!
I already know about the “take 10-30 minutes a day to doodle/sketch stuff until you get better,” but is there an even better way? That method seems like it’d take a long amount of time to yield great improvements. Taking art classes isn’t possible in my case.
Is there another way to accelerate improvements in drawing skills besides the grind grind grind method? Or is art just one of those things where it’s impossible to force it and you’ll just have to take lots of time and patience to truly blossom?
This is only my own personal view based on my own experiences, I’m sure there are better ways of doing things, but in my case, it’s work work work. Work some more. Then work a lil bit extra.
Maybe for someone supremely talented, things will just fall to place without any kind of effort, but for the rest of us, it’s just a question of drawing and practicing!
I find it especially helpful to practice drawing from life and using references. The main thing is to have FUN and not being afraid of failing. For every successful drawing I have, I’ll have about 4 in the bin. 😛 Don’t see drawing as grind grind grind. Try as much as you can to enjoy it. I’ve saved the sketches I did when I was 16 and I still look at them sometimes when I need a chuckle (and a confidence boost).
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May I preordained one of these wonderful books. Many thanks and best regards.
Hi Mark, thanks for the message. We’ve only just finished our online shop at Comicsy – http://bit.ly/29yN3IH
Best, and thanks for your support.
Hello, I am part of a Steampunk enterprise in Miami Florida.We put on multi-disciplinary events in the genre and just had a day-long event-RAIL- on April 8, 2017 at the Gold Coast Railroad Museum. We are planning another live event for April 14,2018 at the same great location. How can we be involved in your project? It sounds fascinating ! Cheers- Sheri
Hi Sheri, great to connect and thanks for your message. Yomi (creator of Clockwork Watch), will contact you via email. Best.
Absolutely astonishing graphics, drawings, unseen font creation, good character development, intriging storyline that asks for more!
You have a new fan here Mr Ayeni!