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  • #15137
     inkster 
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    https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=D720903CFA4F7C2C!991&authkey=!ADWj9qgEMErbqS8

    I hope to get started on some practice skins soon say about 2-3 weeks as I am waiting on a new power supply comeing as my other one was faulty so watch out for more. Also remember I have only been drawing for a short time I am no picasso if thats what you want to see go to an art gallery or something

  • #22381
     nytemareh 
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    ok. well not one person expects picasso, or rembrandt. however, you need to work on your drawing more. I am sure you see that, but don’t make excuses for yourself like if you expect this then go look at this. your drawings have a raw skill set that can get better. focus, study, and become a better artist. look at ways to add more depth to your drawings. study shading. make that fucker pop. that is so important to set yourself apart from an average artist. if you understand it on paper you understand it on skin. the better way to approach this would have been to ask what can i do to get better with my drawing. people on this forum like to help others, and like to see success. take advice, and learn from it. the if you don’t like it fuck you attitude won’t work in this industry. if i took your statement wrong i am sorry, but that is how it sounds. hope i can be of help to you. have a great day

  • #22382
     ic3qu33n 
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    what you got so far shows you at least have some kind of drawing skill, it really just takes repeative drawing over and over to hone in on everything. but what you have is definitely there just keep drawing! any qyestions, ask!

  • #22383
     FrancoLewis 
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    https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=D720903CFA4F7C2C!991&authkey=!ADWj9qgEMErbqS8

    The jive to draw is a good start. The drawings are looking nice but I believe you can do more in time.

  • #22379
     inkster 
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    @nytemareh wrote:

    ok. well not one person expects picasso, or rembrandt. however, you need to work on your drawing more. I am sure you see that, but don’t make excuses for yourself like if you expect this then go look at this. your drawings have a raw skill set that can get better. focus, study, and become a better artist. look at ways to add more depth to your drawings. study shading. make that fucker pop. that is so important to set yourself apart from an average artist. if you understand it on paper you understand it on skin. the better way to approach this would have been to ask what can i do to get better with my drawing. people on this forum like to help others, and like to see success. take advice, and learn from it. the if you don’t like it fuck you attitude won’t work in this industry. if i took your statement wrong i am sorry, but that is how it sounds. hope i can be of help to you. have a great day

    no m8 not at all. Thats not what I ment. I really thought my drawings were going to get slated. cos I know I can do better I just get so frustrated I know what I want and sometimes I cant get it to happen on paper. This worries me as on skin mistakes wont be so forgiving as you cant rub them out u can try cover them but not erase them. I have said I will only tattoo myself untill I am 100% that I can make a decent job of it. And thanks I will deffo keep trying to better my artwork who knows I might just drop something that is really good in six months or so.

  • #22380
     nytemareh 
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    join the flash challenges in the art section. even if you think you can’t meet that standard. it will push you. draw everyday. start searching for your style. check out this link.

    http://www.drawinghowtodraw.com/drawing-lessons/mediums/pencils-shading-shades-techniques.html
    start learning shading, and using different pencils. this will transfer over to tattooing and grey washes.

    check out these books. especially drawing from the right side of the brain
    http://www.4shared.com/dir/K2Bp_uVh/_online.html

  • #22384
     inkster 
    Member

    @nytemareh wrote:

    join the flash challenges in the art section. even if you think you can’t meet that standard. it will push you. draw everyday. start searching for your style. check out this link.

    http://www.drawinghowtodraw.com/drawing-lessons/mediums/pencils-shading-shades-techniques.html
    start learning shading, and using different pencils. this will transfer over to tattooing and grey washes.

    check out these books. especially drawing from the right side of the brain
    http://www.4shared.com/dir/K2Bp_uVh/_online.html

    thanks have bookmarked those links and I will have a good look at them later on thanks man I have a good link too regarding learning to draw it looks similar to your first link http://www.learn-to-draw.com/drawing-basics/07-drawing-pencil.shtml

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