really? i find it easier to do my lines close and work my way out. For really long lines ill start fully reached and pull towards my body. Everyones different though
practice all the time...whenever you have a piece of paper practice drawing, over time your hand will become steadier
Hold your painting arm with your other arm and get a homeless guy to hold your arm with his arm and his other arm holding that arm.
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i can confirm this works ^^^
practice practice practice.
then once you've practiced enough, practice some more.
I sever heads, just to sharpen my skills
stop coking vargrants
I just realized, this should either be in the toy forum, or the tips and tricks.
this should do it
Last edited by Cider; 05-03-2012 at 08:25 AM.
Ayy your prob just going too slow and being so stiff you need to relax and be looser and go alittle quicker... Always keep your hand free flowing and practice practice practice.... Always write when I sit down in my living room, kitchen, on the phone, by a newspaper anything I'm consistently writing and doodling.... Just remember theirs no right or wrong you have your own unique style....
Basically stay free flowingg and loose just let your hand move and don't think too much about it...
Plus takes time but.once you get it you got it for good its like riding a bike
Stop thinking about it soo much just let your hand do its thing and eventually toils find what your lookong for no one is born good everyone on here no matter what they say started as a toy and took practice to get good its just the way it works