*se atraganta* oH DIOS pero qué—- xDDDDDDDDD HFDHHSHDH
y todo porque quería a Kuroo y al resto de Nekoma como Susanos mientras atendía el cel #bye2
Hello! Not anymore, sorry
Thank you very much for the compliment.
I think improvement is always proportional to practice, dedication and the ability to move out of your comfort zone. That’s why my improvement is and always was so damn slow hah;;;
I only started feeling some kind of improvement after getting my first job as a jr. artist, which was on the same year I started studying an artistic career too. Both my job and my studies helped me a lot to move out of my comfort zone and to try different things that I’d never would have given a chance otherwise, and also to practice every day. Working with more experienced artists helped me a lot in terms of technique and small tricks in digital art. After that moment I started taking art more seriously and I even got more enthusiastic about learning.
I still try to keep practicing different things whenever I can, but I’ve been really bad at managing my own time lately and being my own boss isn’t helping either hehe ;;; Uuu
Thank you very much!
I have a lot of difficulty with backgrounds too, even with the simple ones x_x. But if I had to give any tips, I’d say:
2. Composition is important and it helps you save a lot of time. You don’t have to be an expert, but try to find and read a few tutorials with the basics at least.
and 3. Don’t settle for the first good result. Many options can work on every picture, but each of them will give a different mood to your drawing at the end (personally this is the stage where I usually get stuck the longest OTL)