投稿：ちやほん 23/05/29 22:25 0pt. 期限切れ
Hi, nice to meet you. You absolutely can. You can learn to draw illustrations at a number of websites that teach drawing from basic to complex. You can register for a key. http://eggycar.co
返信： ちやほん 2023-05-31 20:34:21
Hi, nice to meet you.
There are probably two approaches to making your work more attractive.
One of them is a negative aspect, that is, an improvement method in the sense of overcoming the elements that impair the impression.
The other is a positive aspect, that is, an improvement method in the sense of actively exploring and acquiring elements that create a positive impression.
Regarding the former, it is possible to ask others to point out problems that have not been noticed in a process called DAME-DASHI.
It's easy to try, such as writing tags that welcome and solicit comments, but I don't recommend it. Because this act
Even things that I don't care about at the moment are listed as shortcomings, hurting my self-esteem more than necessary,
This is because there is a danger that sometimes even the energy to draw is taken away.
(It may be safer to keep the problem awareness you already have in mind when searching for negative elements.)
As for the latter, I think there are few elements that can be expected from others, as it is also related to the artist.
I think that you have no choice but to search for something beautiful, something excellent, and a style that you yourself want to ratify with your own sense.
Well, good practice, perhaps, is key to proper challenge and reflection.
To that end, instead of simply accumulating numbers aimlessly, what kind of problem awareness should we tackle?
“First, verbalize themes, issues, etc.” A simple sentence or even a few words will suffice.
And (if the original or reference masterpiece is already known and can be referenced, the next step is unnecessary)
I think that the process of "setting a time limit (setting a smartphone timer, etc.) and searching for materials that match the task" is also important.
If you have perfect creativity, it's fine, but many of the clumsiness of the expression is due to lack of analysis.
There is a high risk of wasting time even if output is repeated blindly while neglecting analysis and input.
It's fine if it's finished in a work that you can be satisfied with after going through them,
and if you have a problem awareness If you end up with an incomplete and unsatisfactory work,
I suggest that you express your awareness of the problem when presenting your work at TINAMI,
along with your comments, and clearly state that your opinions and advice are welcome.
I believe that this place, where there are many like-minded people, will function effectively.
You absolutely can.
From basic to complex, you can learn to draw illustrations on this website that loves expressive activities.
I look forward to your success.
返信： ちやほん 2023-06-02 21:50:33
thank you for your advice!!!
返信： ちやほん 2023-06-09 06:58:58