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The other one started to sage Main Book Links: Beginner's essential books: Andrew Loomis's Books Burne Hogarth's Books 'The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain' by Betty Edwards 'Keys to Drawing' by Bert Dodson 'Drawing Lessons from the Great Masters' by Robert Beverly Hale 'How to Draw' by Scott Robertson (HIGH quality scan) 'Alla Prima: Everything I know about Painting' by Richard Schmid 'Color and Light - A Guide for the Realist Painter' by James Gurney (HIGH quality scan) 'Perspective Made Easy' by Ernest R. Norling 'The Animator's Survival Kit' by Richard Williams 'Anatomy for Sculptors' by Uldis Zarins if anyone has the schoolism storyboarding videos i'd greatly appreciate em! Happy learning guys.
Merry Christmas to you and everyone as well! I do have a physical copy of it. Honestly I'm surprised no one saw my previous posts about it. Try checking this one spoiler:lit/spoiler:lit My personal recommendations (well VERY few because I haven't read many stuff about anatomy) Classic Human Anatomy: The Artist's Guide to Form, Function, and Movement by Valerie Winslow Human Anatomy for Artists: The Elements of Form by Elliot Goldfinger ^ Bit textbook-ish. Michael Hampton Figure Drawing Or just check anatomy books available online and skim through them because we all have different preferences.
Some like technical shit while others like simplified shit. Different tastes. Well whatever suits your style in taking notes. There are different ways to do, bro.
A.) Write down what you understand from what you read then draw. Then go back to read it then draw, interact w/ it. B.) Skim through the book, then reread the book thoroughly then read the book for 3rd time then that's when you do some exercises. Though take your time in understanding, remember that you memorize something doesn't mean you immediately get the hang of it. It takes time to understand it fully so always interact with the books. C.) Or mix those styles up so do experiment to find your style! Don't stick to the rules too much or what I said.
Like others said, don't be afraid to experiment. Download cheat trainer battle realms winter of the wolf. Remember, learning is much more fun than doing. It's like doing research except you gotta do practical shit to understand shit.
One more tip: Don't hoard too much artbooks. PDFs online are for checking purposes to see if it's worth buying. If it becomes your fav shit, then you buy the physical copy so it's much easier to look up.
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Or if bigass physical shit ain't your style, then its cool cos you have diff preference.