nitinchaturvedi

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  • Sharing the Knowledge
    12:57 PM, Thursday October 7th 2021

    okk, so im a beginner, so, according to you what is better official paid critique or official unpaid one??

    i was thinking of doing that.

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    4:43 AM, Wednesday September 22nd 2021

    hey man, im in a similar position too but we can do 10 things at one time so, we do on thing at a time and then move on to next one.

    so i would say do figure drawing for as long as you can without adding contour lines, checkout proko's figure drawing on youtube, love life drawing on youtube and https://www.proko.com/course/figure-drawing-fundamentals/overview,

    stan is a good master at what he does, his courses are pricey but worthful.

    so, try it out if u want, some stuff is free, some paid.

    4:36 AM, Wednesday September 22nd 2021

    thanks man i will try that and share my work, i am also thinking of starting homework submissions here.

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