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What is the right way to approach shading for abstract/fantastic drawings of non existent things, so that it looks more realistic?
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Is 20 too late?

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I have spent 15-20 being addicted to video games, eating badly, and being a hedonistic and motivation-less loser.

I'm turning my life around academically (putting my effort into my engineering degree), working out a couple times a week, and I'm moving to start back up and draw.

The animation that inspired me to think about drawing again was some of those new funky animes like mushoku tensei and wonder egg priority.

But is age 20, going on 21 this december, too late to start up? I know I'll never be a miyazaki or animator at some japanese studio.

But I don't even know where to take a first step.

Does anyone have some advice or tips for a recovering doomer who wants to make something out of their life before they die?
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what u think

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I want to draw comics but I quickly realized I'm slow as shit + not that good in general and you need more than just half decent knowledge of drawing people to do it
so in order to practice and hopefully improve I'll try a kind of choose your own adventure comic here where I ask for commands and make it up as I go, and I would be really thankful if you'd play along. Criticism is encouraged, especially on composition cause I have no idea what I'm doing there
If you want to do a command just type >>[text] like
>>take a shit on the bed
There's no way I'll do every command, especially if they're retarded like the one above. I'll be more likely to choose ones that progress the story or ones I find more interesting.

I'll try to keep it going, here goes

You feel like your head is going to split open. If brains could give birth, you're certain that yours is experiencing what labor probably feels like... Probably. Only now you notice that you're in the process of waking up... and drenched in sweat, wetting what you're almost sure is the recognizable -only mildly soft- hotel bed fabric that you feel under your fingertips.
You have no idea how you ended up in what checks out to be a hotel room, or why you're in a suit, and concentrating to recall on absent memories isn't doing wonders for your migraine. The beaming light that's probably not actually as bright as it feels right now isn't helping either, but at least the otherwise uncomforting silence is helping to keep you from sensory overload.
You start to notice the sound of blood pumping through your ears. What will you do?
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Digital Painting Roll Thread

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Let's level up together bros and see some new ideas

1) Roll and look at the digits
2) Draw what is written
3) Post result here

Post only stuff that you worked on for more than 20 minutes
good luck
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When are tangents ok?

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How do you accept your own irrelevancy?

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I imagine most people who go balls deep into art (or any project for that matter) expect to eventually not only be successful, but be so enough to be praised or remembered. But imagining those big projects, there's obviously gotta be the people who make the meat and bones of those projects, that put in details and help the main guy finish the job. I can't imagine a single person (for example) animating all 120 hours of spongebob, nor the single guy making all the frames in evangelion. The point is; Is it really so much a single genius making the masterpiece? Is it the work of a select number of professionals? Or are the raw numbers of workers that make a good project? If so, how do i get into those projects? How do i find a place to make my little contribution to a larger something?
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Nicolas Uribe thread
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Why aren't you drawing your own webcomic?
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