>>3650693>I don't get why you're asking for feedback from us.
You know what I am? I'm a dog chasing cars. I wouldn't know what to do with one if I caught it! I just do things.>There are tons of tutorials on this shit everywhere.
I know but this series is about 4chan and (you).>the anatomy is all over the place
like we talking about specific face muscles and tendons and stuff or what?>Do studies from life.
yeah I used to a bunch when I went to art school. I have started drawing from life again this year though. Mostly just pictures of Bogie though. >Do a proper drawing under your image and don't start painting until you have everything right.
I doo do this. >>3650598>Start working from a single, muted hue and build your stuff up slowly from there.>Think about every stroke.
I do this until I don't tbphwyf. >He's not just blasting everything right from the start.
I mean I'm not either. >He's taking his time and really looking at his work to make it look appealing.
I mean I'm taking 10 years on these. I stared at a lot of them for a year ruminating about what to do next before I made another pass. Literally none of these are "finished" until the race is over, they are all currently in production.>Practice working on a limited palette. I really like Zorn's palette. It makes you stop and think about what you're doing and it's a great thing to study for a beginner.
I'll look up Zorn. >It's usually a good idea to build your painting in such a way that there's more paint on the areas with the most light. It's okay to show your underpainting and even a little bit of canvas on the shadow parts and use really thick/blobby paint on the highlights. Building up an image in this way takes a lot of patience.
gotchu senpai>Make a LOT of quick studies but spend a LOT of time on your final work. Spend a hundred hours on a painting.
yeah that's kind of the thing that I think most people don't really appreciate at most this shit. It's all a matter of labor in time.