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Old 2004-04-17, 13:41   Link #1
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2 questions

is there a place that teach how to shade

and

how do you draw shoes on a person...
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Old 2004-04-18, 01:22   Link #2
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why no one answer my questions...
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Old 2004-04-18, 01:58   Link #3
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Yes www.polykarbon.com has some good tutorials
And www.bakaneko.com is quite good as well.

And learning how to shade comes mostly from experience.
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Old 2004-04-18, 02:39   Link #4
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best to draw from life when drawing people in footwear...

and also it come sin handy when u need to know where shadow falls on peoples faces
and other objects...

basically... draw from life...

it's the best teacher.. tho at time she can be a well... cr4ppy
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Old 2004-04-18, 14:47   Link #5
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practice practice practice
references references references

those two are all you need.

my bro keeps asking me how to draw... i just say... practice practice. there's no easy way to draw than practice. so keep at it. and good luck.

One more thing....
Hardwork beats geniuses anyday! (learned it from Rock Lee - character from naruto)
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Old 2004-04-18, 16:58   Link #6
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Practice and reference, as told by others ^_^

The best thing you can do is to buy a good Anime reference book.

the " How to draw anime" series have some really good ones.
the "free" stuff has been linked already.

Other things you can do is copy art from the "better" artists.
Copying artists who make a lot of mistakes in their art is not going to help you

But practice is always the best feature. learn yourself how to draw. and eventually you'll find yourself in a great way of improvement.
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