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Leopard 10-23-2006 03:08 PM

i have returned
 
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Hi friends, i have returned with some new pics, hope you like it, hehe
blade-master and male-warden

Syntic_Arrow 10-23-2006 07:59 PM

Hey, Leopard!

Your work is nice, you got talent! :emote_thumbup2:

But if you allow me to give you some tips :emote_grin:

1. Make the hands a little bigger and more detailed since the size of the hands don't totally fit with the size of the model :emote_wink:

2. Work a little on the face of the blademaster, his ears are a little strange and his head is not corresponding with his body, you forgot his neck!

Overall your work is great with just some small improvements to make on the art, I hope you have a nice day and have fun making more talented work like these ones!

Have a nice day! :emote_thumbup2:

TDR 10-23-2006 09:18 PM

you misters/misses should stop using the word "talent" like this, because it is something very hard to define from a first look and it is relative. "Skill" would have been a better word, but with all respect I say that these drawings are not very skilled (this is not an insult, sir). You still have a lot to observe and to learn, sir. Remember: a drawing a day keeps gonorrhea away.

And I never heard of you nor do I remember you, kind sir. I'm telling this due to your "I am back" thread title and calling us "friends", when we didn't get to know you better. Post more of your work, we always wellcome new drawing folk.

Syntic_Arrow 10-23-2006 09:31 PM

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Originally Posted by TDR
you misters/misses should stop using the word "talent" like this, because it is something very hard to define from a first look and it is relative. "Skill" would have been a better word, but with all respect I say that these drawings are not very skilled (this is not an insult, sir). You still have a lot to observe and to learn, sir. Remember: a drawing a day keeps gonorrhea away.

And I never heard of you nor do I remember you, kind sir. I'm telling this due to your "I am back" thread title and calling us "friends", when we didn't get to know you better. Post more of your work, we always wellcome new drawing folk.


Well, to talk about what talent is :emote_grin:

There is a difference between people who can draw, who can't draw and people who think they can draw but they can't. :emote_wink:

And I think this person is a person who can draw or atleast is, in my view, capable of making talented work! :emote_wink:

Skilled, talented, it mostly has to do with each other (especially in the world of drawing!!) :emote_wink:

besides, have you ever seen someone bad at drawing making skilled work ? :emote_grin:

Thanks :emote_thumbup2:

TDR 10-23-2006 10:00 PM

oh my, my eyes are bleeding due to the abuse of smilies.
Aniway, talent is not the only thing that makes you draw. If one with no "talent" practices a lot, then he will eventualy become very, very good. I met cases like that. And if one with "talent" dosen't practice, then it's useless. Talent + practice => awsome. Talent => meh/awsome (in huge ammounts). Skill => meh. Practice => meh/awsome (in huge ammounts).

"besides, have you ever seen someone bad at drawing making skilled work ?"
^that, sir, makes no sense and proves no point.

I would respectfully wish that we do not continue this discussion here and like this, for it is not the place for it.

bless you

erwtenpeller 10-23-2006 10:24 PM

I do remember him. Even the avatar is the same.

Interesting works, your style seems to have stayed the same all together. Hands are still too small :)

falcoknight 10-24-2006 03:51 PM

Man I've asked everyone in the world.. ive always wanted to know what Gonnorhea is!!!! UGGGG!!!!

Anyway, about the drawing: I would say you have talent, talent is with you when your born and no one can take it away from you, but talent only shines with practice. Think of talent as a pearl, its covered in a clam or whatever the hell holds those things, whenever you practice it opens a bit, until after years and years of practice it opens fully and shines. Da vinci found his pearl :)

TDR 10-24-2006 05:55 PM

Sir falcoknight, all you need to know about gonorrhea is to stay away from it

Syntic_Arrow 10-24-2006 08:22 PM

lol, who is this gonorrhea you talk about, I get curious :P

erwtenpeller 10-24-2006 09:59 PM

www.google.com
www.wikipedia.com

Leopard 10-25-2006 01:58 AM

I wish i could be a professional artist like TDR or erwtenpeller. I personel think practice is actually important to ones like them, but a person who cant draw will never can draw, sir, i mean about the art ability though he practises years by years but all he need is The Ability, I dont mean i am a good artist or talented person, i just like draw, like warcraft and like the world i am imaging in my mind, that's all ^^.

TDR 10-25-2006 07:27 AM

1. You sir, are a fool to call us professionals. If you want professionals, go at conceptart.org and check out Andrew Lee, Noxizmad, Prometheus, Sparth, Matt Dixon, etc. We are just wannabes for now, we (me, at least) have a LOT more to learn and to study. I'm not even close to be called a pro, so please don't you ever use that term to describe me.
2. Never wish you were somebody else. You are just fine.
3. It is good that you like to draw, especialy things that you're imagining, put please leave warcraft behind, for the sake of originality. And you just keep practicing every day and you'll see. I told you, I had a classmate who was drawing horrible, I doubt she had talent, but after 2-3 years of intense preparations she became god-like. Never lose your hope.

MaD[Lion] 10-25-2006 11:15 AM

cmon TDR; he draws wat he likes, for some people it's not easy to imagine stuff u know, they need an inspiration or idea from another.


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