Very cool! I love the idea Can you tell me about the technique you used, please?? Like, was it just pencil on paper? What kind of paper do you usually use? And, does it have some digital edition, in photoshop, or something? I'm very interested in this kind of stuff XD
You're welcome. I do have a few questions for you though if you don't mind: How long did it take for you to get as good as you are now? Is there another way to submit art here without a scanner? How do you prevent people from stealing your work?
I don't know, I think that 2-3 years would be enough for being much better than me. I don't have any drawing education, just drawn since I was 4 or 5 years old, now I'm 32 I could be better if I wasn't so lazy.
Yes, you can use a camera for making photos. Or another way of transformation pictures in files.
Well... I can say that pictures in my gallery have quite low resolution, and they don't fit for any serious purposes. I think it's one of the way to prevent stealing too.
Thank you. You don't have to have an education to draw good, yes it helps, but there are people who can just draw whatever with no practice or whatever. I have an uncle who draws amazingly out of the box good, he has never had any artistic training, or drawing education...some people are just good, granted, not many it's very rare....but your art is not something a 2-3 year old or even a middle school or dare I say high school student could do with out a lot of intense practice. I know it took me from 3rd grade to now to even be where I am at and that to me personally isn't good enough...like you I am lazy as hell...but I could improve. I think you should give yourself a little more credit for at least two reasons: number one being that you can in fact draw, it is a gift not many people can do that, number two it is something you enjoy doing (at least I assume it's something you enjoy, lol, it would be pretty weird if you didn't). Thanks for replying, I hope you decide to be better whatever you consider better to be and thanks for letting me know about the picture thing...I can finally start actually trying to put stuff on here...not that it's that great or anything...but I wouldn't feel so bad for having nothing to show on an art site with no art.
This drawing always leave me speechless with every glance, and with every glance it lingers. I would marry your art if I could. I love this because for one, it is a skeleton well made and the position of its body. Those arms, the hands holding up that way as if they're typing and the feet are bandaged.