Take a moment to answer someone's question, or contribute to a discussion, if you have anything to offer.

  • Is it possible to get your art into professional level even if you're broke and can't go to art school


  • Draw a Box buddy


  • After 6 months of figure drawing (mostly)... I have probably became worse at figure drawing xd

    Selene Vera

  • Learn to draw, but with depression


  • How to help people who find DaB too boring or hard or irrelevant to what they want to do?


  • How can I get the previous lessons marked completed?


  • Should I wait for a feedback before moving on?


  • A question about reference


  • When is the time to get involved with lesson feedback (critiqueing)?


  • Need help remembering what warmups you can do? I made a spreadsheet!


  • What to draw when you still can't draw


  • Question about warm-ups


  • Submission of re-do homework?


  • how to draw for fun?!


  • Mixing Pivots


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Marshall Vandruff's Linear Perspective Videos

Marshall Vandruff's Linear Perspective Videos

Despite their age, Marshall Vandruff's videos on Linear Perspective are some of the best lectures on all the ins and outs of perspective, and as an instructor, he is highly respected across the board. He goes into a lot of the intricacies that I don't touch on in much depth (at least, not if I can help it).

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