Discussion in 'Random Topic Center' started by B_B_C, Nov 4, 2007.
Tips that will help me get better at drawing?
Find two things: A good reference picture, and a style you think you can imitate very well. Combine the two at least until you're good enough to draw that one subject without the reference, and continue doing that until you're good enough to make variations on it and eventually develop something resembling your own style. I say "something resembling" because getting good at drawing requires either natural talent (which not everyone has) or a lot of practice, so by the time you've gotten good at it, your early work will look pretty bad by comparison. All else fails, you could take an art class, but I'm assuming you don't have the time/money for that.
For the record, I'm not that great, myself, but what I wrote above has helped me to this point, so maybe it'll help you.
You need passion and believe that u will draw well.
Practice makes perfect! Do more and you'll be better and better.
Indeed. Brian if you want to get better you need to practice also, there are classes you can take to improve your paintings, what do you think Caleb is doing now?
Lots of practice. Just take 15 minutes out of your day trying to sketch something. Anything, something lying around your room for instance.
Don't be discouraged if it still doesn't come out right. I'm very rarely satisfied with my drawings, but this is my favorite drawing of mine at the moment.
Here's a tip for your topic title: it's spelled "cries".
I support you Brian, Practice makes perfect!:thumb:
You're far, far better than I am, to be certain.
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