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How to draw manga, figures, animals & cartoonsFri, 22 Aug 2014 02:10:24 +0000hourly1https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.3Comment on What Influences Your Drawing Style? by cynthia54
Fri, 22 Aug 2014 02:10:24 +0000http://chrishartbooks.com/?p=1999#comment-60I drew pictures and wrote stories when I was growing up. I loved to draw animals and landscapes. Since I was in my twenties, I’ve had a love affair with fantasy art. And I’ve always loved dragons and dinosaurs, I think I drew so many dinosaurs when I was young. My parents didn’t believe artists could make a living, and insisted I take business training in high school, and no art. I got away from drawing for years, but now that my children are grown and I’m a grandma, I’ve started drawing again and teaching myself to draw and paint. Your books and tutorials are very helpful and encouraging.
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Fri, 22 Aug 2014 02:04:37 +0000http://christopherhartbooks.com/?p=2380#comment-59sometimes I get discouraged. I seem to want to draw detail first, it’s hard for me to simplify. I discovered your tutorials tonight on artistsnetworktv.com, and I find them really useful. I’ve also purchased several of your books and intend to focus on them to help me improve. My biggest problem is that when I sit down to draw, I freeze. It’s hard for me to put together a still life, I always think it has to be perfect. When I try to draw fantasy art, I feel like my imagination has vanished. Any suggestions?
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Sun, 15 Jun 2014 03:56:07 +0000http://christopherhartbooks.com/?p=2380#comment-31I think that “talent” (n., a special natural ability or aptitude; a capacity for achievement or success) is more of a mindset than a trait (I am not very good at explaining XD). If you have the motivation to draw, then you are more likely to succeed. However, it is quite possible for people to be more artistically inclined than others- I’m trying not to say ‘Born with it’, but I guess that’s what it is- for an example, in the second grade I was good at drawing compared to my age group- other 8-year-olds weren’t as good as me. But I wasn’t at all ‘Good’. To be “good” you have to WORK for it, and sometimes it’s hard. But that work pays off. When people ask me how I got to where I am now, I simply tell them “practice.” Yes, some people have a little head start. But that headstart means nothing if you don’t practice- you could easily catch up to my headstart if you just practiced often. :3
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Fri, 25 Apr 2014 04:25:08 +0000http://chrishartbooks.com/?p=1720#comment-13you’re awesome!
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Sun, 20 Apr 2014 02:06:29 +0000http://chrishartbooks.com/?p=1720#comment-12good job Mr.Hart i love it i been practicing my animals and pets i think you should write a other one i love the style of the big hat and the hair.
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Mon, 07 Apr 2014 00:06:06 +0000http://chrishartbooks.com/?p=1335#comment-8Hi.I’m a fantasy artist and painter.ive been drawing since I was 5 that was in the 70’s. I did spirograph. And light bright.I got two art books of yours anstoning fantasy worlds.and the other fairy world.where you hear s fairy in your sleep.I’m from. Southington Ct..
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Sat, 05 Apr 2014 14:07:24 +0000http://chrishartbooks.com/?p=1999#comment-30I was strongly influenced by movies and TV shows. Every time I watch a good movie, I always think, “What if my stories became movies?” That would be one of my big dreams come true. 🙂
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Sat, 05 Apr 2014 14:02:01 +0000http://chrishartbooks.com/?p=1996#comment-26It’s true! When I first started free-hand drawing, I drew Turtwig (a Pokemon). I completely shocked myself because I didn’t know that I could draw so well! Later on in the years, I drew my original characters you saw in my DeviantArt gallery.
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Thu, 20 Mar 2014 17:58:10 +0000http://chrishartbooks.com/?p=1509#comment-38Chris, I really didn’t like this because it is very stereotypical and who is gonna draw a “stupid king” ?????????
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Thu, 20 Mar 2014 17:55:52 +0000http://chrishartbooks.com/?p=1679#comment-47Man, this tutorial was very good! I actually learned how to draw better from this. Thank you so much Chris! 🙂