I screwed up a lot on the initial assignment images for the pecs because I was having trouble finding the insertion point for the pec major, so I went and got some more screengrabs to practice. Do you guys have any tips on how to find it, or have I done a serviceable job here? I assume it will get easier once I've done the bones of the arm lesson later on and get more familiar with the movement of it all. Any feedback would be appreciated, thanks.
Hey Marco, ever since I was little I was scared of using colours. I hated painting and getting messy lol. Also, I wouldn't want to "mess up" the drawing by introducing the chaos that colour creates and would always opt for just a pencil drawing or at most a cel-shaded drawing like pokemon artwork. Today at the age of 24, I would like to start painting but still have that fear of colour in the back of my head. What steps should I take to get over my fear of colour and start painting?
Hi Irshad! For years I have told myself I am "not ready" to start applying for art jobs and that I want to keep training before I attempt to enter the industry in a real way, despite friends/fellow peers having told me that I am good enough. I truly do feel unprepared in many areas of drawing and expect after a couple more years of training I will indeed feel ready. But felt like I have stumbled into producing a couple portfolio-worthy pieces that make it seem like I know what I'm doing lol. Was there a point when you felt, "Okay, I feel I have enough skill/knowledge in this particular field that I am ready to apply for positions," or is the "I am not ready" mentality holding me back? Thanks!