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are you kidding me!? this is just you re-uploading one of this guys videos! and he's not even good! well his art is a little bit good but he's one of these people that says ''ok'' like all the time, he's just like my teacher... he's just talking to his camera anyway, it's not like we can answer him! and just so he knows, (even though THIS ISN'T HIS CHANNEL!) it's not ok!!!!
I really appreciate this even if I had to watch it muted. For some reason the noise of the pens on the paper were like nails on a chalkboard to me haha. I do my art digitally in the same way you're drawing on paper. So this helped me a lot thank you.
You so cut this shorter because your oven was ready, XD haha just kidding, I love watching these cause it really does help, I love drawing unique images that I find interesting, not neccaserily comic ones, although my style tends to fall on realistic cartoon side. Anatomy drawings can be fun and frustrating. I subbed, btw your a good teacher.
I Literally just found TheBoxOfficeArtist like 10 minutes ago, which inspired me to want to draw again, making me come back here (Ive been a loyal draw with jazza viewer for a bit over a year by the way)
I saw the thumbnail and yeah, thought it was strange Jazza could be so similar to This guy's style xD (I keep forgetting his name). Now I know why, Jazza doesn't go about them inks XD but very nice! More teachings of TheBoxOfficeArtist, why not!
Your art ROCKS!!! The way you stretch your characters till it looks like their very last muscle fibers are about to split at the seams is amazing! I've been watching your vids and I'm trying to combine your style with this artist Yoji Shinkawa, the dude that does the metal gear solid art. His art is very fluid yet the muscles he draws have a little edge to them, like the lines are somehow more jagged but yet fluid. If I can get your dynamics with his edgier definition I will be super satisfied. Keep doing your thing man great stuff!!
I've been trying to create poses on my characters roughly like 5-6 hours because i don't want their bodies look stiff. While watching this video, i was dumbfounded that this method make it more easier to draw. Thank you box office artist, I will subscribe at your channel.
This was my introduction to James Raiz and I have been subscribed ever since. Thanks Jazza. It means A lot that you helped share and introduce other artist on your YouTube channel. This was a collaboration where James always references and credits you for helping to build his community and the Community James has created insist when are we going to see James Collaborate with you in some sort of project. Thanks so much.
Great video, the focus was a little annoying but the tutorial was absolutely fantastic. This video was exactly the type of video that I was looking for. I'm glad you featured this guy because I love his art style. Subbed to him
You have to be pretty familiar with anatomy from the skeleton on to the muscles and finer details in order to take this process through to the finish. Always be working on your life drawing skills (figure drawing). The best advice I've been given throughout my college career is to move from general concepts of what you are drawing/painting to specific. Your knowledge of the subject can carry you through it afterwards.
The only time I use skeletons is when i'm testing out poses but when i'm actually drawing out the character I completely skip that step and go straight to drawing out the body. For me personally that's always been the easiest way for me to do things since I started drawing. Someone gave me shit for skipping that step saying I needed to start with the basics until I became more experienced but if you find a way to draw that's easier for you then do it and the results will look better the more you practice.
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