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    yeah since u said that this forum is inferior, sum ppl are trying to improve on the conditions. So as u can see whether the tiger eats grass or eats manure that's besides the point. The point is that someone are trying to help the newbies get a bit more adjusted to drawing. Sometimes one doesnt have to be really professional to teach others... but then again, professionalism isnt realli easily judged... well from looking at this forum mayhaps u can.... hahah and more hahah

    peaceful days...

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    if u r trying to help, help ask them to draw more or direct them to some (correct tutorials) if u still cant make a correct one... but i think ask them to draw and post and comments is better,,,yah u may not need to be professional to teach..but atleast u wont teach people wrong. if not dun ask people to follow u wrong together. newbie sometimes really dun know anything an just though that is the right thing if someone post thing as a name tutorial or tips..you see this thread is pined you u can know that .beginner or people who dun do drawing will really think in this way.

    still fing many people is willing to share here. which is a good thing..

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    Off topic...
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    btw u ord liao??
    Will be in Oct 11 2004! Woohoo!!!


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    this incident tell everyone
    not to copy blindly
    Always ask when you dont understand something,
    but try not to ask brief question like how I draw this and that...
    becos my answer will be i use my hand to draw


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    hi,

    i think ppl are starting to misinterpret this as an anatomy tutorial thread. but in fact it's not. if i'm teaching how to draw hands, then i must say the example is i give, is not correct in terms of anatomy at all and i'm not confident enuff to give one. after all, block forms, is... block forms... even if proportional, it's still all spheres, cylinders and rectangular blocks... no muscle studies or wat so ever.

    the point i want to point out is simply:

    all object have 3D forms. even if on flat piece of paper. a drawing should give illusion of form and not flat.

    sorry for any misunderstanding. i guess it might be better if i had used still life as example.


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    Originally posted by KU-j0-@28 Aug 2004, 10:22 AM
    !!!!!!!! oh ya i'm in lame class!!! wats ur french name hahah
    sebastien.... always in front, sitting next with rene... haha...

    btw, how to pronounce "lame" in french?? and i hope the meaning is not same as english. (i think the rest wouln't noe wat we talkin bout.)


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    Originally posted by fireman@28 Aug 2004, 02:09 PM
    Off topic...
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    btw u ord liao??
    Will be in Oct 11 2004! Woohoo!!!
    ha... really off topic...

    anyway...

    hahah... congrats! so u will be [mr] fireman soon! no longer [insert rank] fireman. but still got reservist...


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    i totaly understand this is not a anatomy tutorial... can see really clear about that.

    what i m talking in my post is talking about those simple objects...spheres, cylinders and rectangular blocks

    do u know people will really follow it as a beginner.. and they will really think if they can draw a deformed cube as a cub or out of perspective clinder as clinder to create a hand..and they will draw the hand out of perspective.. or deformed.

    just do it with more effort even a simple objects exspeically this is a tutorial. spend more time on simple objects and beginner will understand that when draw a simple cube it have to really look like a cub to create the correct 3d feeling for a real hand..then only people will get it what is give illusion of form and not flat.

    but this thread's name is "try imagine these r basic forms in this tutorial and try understand from it " then i wont say anything about it.
    but ur post 's name is (UNDERSTANDING BASIC FORMS) and i only saw many out of perspective or deformed cube ,spheres, cylinders and rectangular blocks.. abit wierd..u know?

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    Good effort making tutorials

    Best way is still to find a good teacher. From classes or etc
    and get some proper reference books on drawings

    (But sometimes hard to say, some ppl jus can't draw. Last time, guy from army ask me to teach him draw, so i took some time n taught him abt forms n anatomy, but then he listen but dun understands one, always ask me how to draw the guy in the picture more handsome.....*pengz. He cannot even draw straight lines....i dun noe how to teach him, waste my saliva.)
    sorry, off topic


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    Originally posted by kingston@29 Aug 2004, 01:37 AM
    i totaly understand this is not a anatomy tutorial... can see really clear about that.

    what i m talking in my post is talking about those simple objects...spheres, cylinders and rectangular blocks

    do u know people will really follow it as a beginner.. and they will really think if they can draw a deformed cube as a cub or out of perspective clinder as clinder to create a hand..and they will draw the hand out of perspective.. or deformed.

    just do it with more effort even a simple objects exspeically this is a tutorial. spend more time on simple objects and beginner will understand that when draw a simple cube it have to really look like a cub to create the correct 3d feeling for a real hand..then only people will get it what is give illusion of form and not flat.

    but this thread's name is "try imagine these r basic forms in this tutorial and try understand from it " then i wont say anything about it.
    but ur post 's name is (UNDERSTANDING BASIC FORMS) and i only saw many out of perspective or deformed cube ,spheres, cylinders and rectangular blocks.. abit wierd..u know?
    i see. sorry bout that. i will try to post a improved one.


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    yah i know u able to make a better one, and thats the reason why i keep saying put effort on whatever u do.. if you can do it, why choose not to do it.right?

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    ooohh sebastian....i know who liao i think...it's pronounced as 'lum'...but neway he's a nice guy so hehe.


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    Co2 that pic was helpful for proportions ^^ thanks


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    hi guys...i would like to recommend a helpful site for newbies...its really some neat stuff,pls check it out
    Howtodrawmanga


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    i understand that the basic steps of drawing a character is

    1. the skeletons,
    2. basic forms/shapes
    3. details like eyes, nose, blah blah blah..
    4. clothings

    How do u guys progress through the stages? like do u rub off the skeletons to draw the basic shapes, then rub again for the skin, rub again for features then clothings??


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