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Fuzzy Drawthread! Anonymous 09/19/2019 (Thu) 06:28:06 No. 453
Post and discuss your fuzzy art you've made!
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I didn't think I'd post here again, but I think I'm whiskey'd enough to have one last go with some ooold unfinished scribbles, lol.
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>>570
I don't draw much. It's awful, but that's it.
>>572
what
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doodls
>>831

These doodls warm my heart oodles
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>>831
those are some very nice doodls!
>>926
is that a raptor femanon?
they're some nice doodles, keep it up
>>570
>>570

Keep drawing I see potential.
Don't die on me, /fdt/.
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>>1681
Here's my sad attempt. Ill practice more.
>>1684
CUTE!
>>1685
Thanks anon! Maybe I'll post more in the future.
>>1688
You should! I have no artistic ability what so ever and its one of the few things I get jealous about. If you have some natural ability: I.E. if you just have the inclination to draw, do it. If you doodle everyday you'll get better and better. Then at some point you'll 'evolve' in a sense. Not because you think "I'm getting better, so now I must upgrade" like you're in an RPG. But because you're bored and want to do something different, like use colored gel pens or even those watercolor pens.

Just draw something, every day.
>>1689
Thanks that's honestly one of nicest things a stranger has ever told me. Ill keep up with doodling but I need to invest in some lessons and proper drawing tutorials. And of course tons of practice. Maybe I'll even post more of my doodles here... At least the presentable ones anyway...
>>1711
Cute but dangerous
>>1712
Imagine a woman whose thighs are plush, downy feather pillows, and whose smile is to die for. Also, finally had some free time to try coloring.
>>1713
Nice colors anon
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>>1716
It looks pretty good so far. Nice job anon.
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I would like to get my art to this level. I really like the rough sketchy look of these pics. I know a few artists who sort of do this like fk and plague of gripes. Any tips or ideas?
>>1720
I need to practice more with drawing really... Thanks for the tips anon! Good luck to you.
>>1722
Man, this joint is depressingly dead. Anyway, I've got a new shitpost doodle I'll post when I get to use it elsewhere first.
>>1722
>>1723
Oh, and same to you, dude.
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>>1723
Don't focus on the negatives, anon. In time we will become a more active board. Here is a doodle from a quest thread where, if I remember correctly, anon wakes up in the countryside and finds an abandoned farm. He meets a vixen who lives there and the two work together to bring the farm back to working order.
>>1727
Nice drawings, dude. The farmer sketch is not mine, someone else made it. The only doodle I posted is that deformed fox head a few posts up lol.

I had a few more doodles in mind that I never got around to drawing and even a few story ideas that Ill post about in the write feedback thread.
>>1728
Thanks, I really appreciate that. Try doodling more, especially subjects related to your stories. It's cathartic, and it really helps move the process along. Having visual references for your characters on hand, especially your own drawings, helps make them feel much more tangible. I'd certainly like to see your story ideas - I'm sure many would agree.
>>1729
Thanks anon. I posted my ideas in the write feedback thread if youre interested. Ill try to post more doodles as time goes on
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Anon who made >>1684 here. Here is another drawing attempt. Does anyone have suggestions on how I can improve my drawing skills? Resources, links, practice tips etc would be appreciated.
>>1903
It's been awhile; nice progress. :) I like your style, but first and foremost, you'll need to acquaint yourself with a stabilization feature, and try to work on steadying your lines. You should benefit from some simple shape studies (drawing from life is helpful, but you can start observing the way environmental effects interact with the way you see an apple or grape bunch, for example), too. That said, remember to only study b e t w e e n whatever subjects fancy your muse, so as to avoid the trap of prioritizing what someone else (*cough*/ic/'sretarded*cough*) perceives as "progress" over what you truly love about drawing. You're making progress, so you're already on the right track!

I don't have much by way of resources to offer, because I've only ever drawn by intuition, and used photos of myself for physical reference. I would recommendwwatching some media specifically on how to s t a r t sketching; there's nothing wrong with your sketches at all, but there are techniques to starting sketches and fun learning exercises that are SUPER simple (look for drawing with s-curves). I also haven't drawn in a while. I'm just drifting right now. Sorry.
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>>1904
Thank you, friend! I've been trying out tips/excerises that I've heard from plagueofgripes. This sketch is part traced part drawn by me as an excerise to develop motor control and brush techniques. I feel that sketching is more difficult on the tablet than with paper and pencil because it's new and my hand is shaky. My unsteady hand is what I wish I could correct.

I'm definitely going to look into a shape studies, S-curve drawing, and stabilization features. Thanks again for your tips, anon! I appreciate it a lot! :)
>>1905
Tracing is great practice and studying for just that, and it'll with picking up the basics and essential "feeling" for the forms you work with. There was a an exercise (from I think Proko) that entailed leaving one's pen (preferably a pen) on paper, and making continuous circles and curlicues without lifting your pen or arm away from the paper. If done for somewhere between fifteen to thirty minutes at a time, and practiced consistently, it was touted to aid with motor control and stroke confidence.

If you ever start up a Twitter art account, please feel free to chat me up any time in DMs; it's always super energizing to talk with others starting art. I'm not much more experienced, and anything helps with the climate as heavy as is these days.

Already feeling pretty jazzed now - thanks for dropping in again. Keep up the good work, you'll have a lot of fun with freehand drawing or just sketching when the itch comes on to try that out. I've never attempted to finish anything with polish (which I desperately need to change), but I've learned to belt these doodles out in very short time frames (five to fifteen minutes each). Helps with processing story content, characters, scenes, and such. And it's fun :)
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>>1906
Ooh, GlacierClear dropped some great breakdown basics. Some of these tips exemplify what I mentioned above. I love breaking down anatomy and form this way.
>>1906
I had a twitter over a year ago but I deleted it. I have a discord I mainly use for keeping in touch with my friends. I guess I could talk to you there if you dont mind posting a throw away name or something.
>>1911
Heya - sure, no problemo. We can chat anytime. Also a bunch of random sketches I dropped and a timeline I've failed to improve in any meaningful way just yet.
ArtifactedImmij#9345
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>>2241
Also, uh... lemme know if you do send a friend req.; this account is somewhat front-facing and I like to vet senders I'm unfamiliar with. Nothing troublesome, just lemme know if I should expect to hear from ya' so I know it's anon and not, "ey babeh send feet pix pls I rport u"
>>2246
I sent you a friend request a few days ago my dude
>>2246
>>2248
if it helps my name starts with an O and ends with emojis... my

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