Greetings, right so all over the internet, new weebs, new otakus, new artists or aliens or really anything are inspired by good digital paintings or traditional paintings/drawings of Japanese Animation.
On YouTube you will find a lot of "specific" drawing tutorial and I will bet you there are most on anime / manga eyes.
Anyhow I made this thread due I didn't find one that was more "open" I guess? What I am saying is that we should share our knowledge in different tools such as good playlists or videos on how to get better at drawing or even drawing a specific part.
I myself begun drawing from 4 months if I might be correct, I can't remember, somewhere around there. ( Your thoughts; He is new. Rip)
Yes, drawing takes a shit ton of time considering skill set of precision and accuracy and the list basically goes on but then again be an optimist and say " What doesn't ! ". You will get demotivated or even slightly sad when you are a bit new to drawing if you find your mistakes and you feel that it is bad but then you just gotta take time and get back to it.
If I would suggest some good drawing videos or artists on YouTube I would suggest -.
https://www.youtube.com/user/markcrilley Have a look on his playlists!
https://www.youtube.com/user/mikeymegamega/playlists Mikeymegamega's drawing playlists are useful! He explains everything on anatomy if it comes to it such as oppai's, legs, eyes and much more he makes a lot of the anatomy easier for people to understand.
Do not try and force yourself to draw. That is a problem I struggle with a lot.
If you think drawing digitally is easier than traditionally then you are kind of right because you can "cheat" more in digital using bending tools and curve tools but I personally suggest you get a bit used to traditionally before you start digitally.
Well, this is a bit of the knowledge I have I guess, I will maybe try to post one of my own pictures out here soon. Who knows I am not an skilled drawer at all. Lmao.
Thank you for reading.