thanks a lot, and I think I could, but my conscience convicts me. Something about not marking your body in the OT? Even though I myself have ink, ha. Just don't wanna be tattooing someone's asscrack at 1am with a cig in my mouth, ha go #IDF
haha funny )) well, I had such thoughts at start too...but then got into it
the only bad thing in this field (for me at least), is that you should "Draw/(Tattoo)" what the customer asks you for only, and that isn't always that fun (or even maybe boring as hell) haha .
But once you make very high recognition in that field (Tattooing), then customers will come to because of your name & reputation , then you have full freedom to show your real art , with "brain diggings" , now my "boss" will kill me for this comment if he see it haha
it's hard journey from the "mental side", for me at least. maybe for you things will be way smoother.
anyway, if you get in, I would be very happy to see your work.
good luck , hope to see you in the tattooing field too cheers
thanks man, you're a good dude!I always go with my heart, which I allowed to be led by the Lord, and I promised him I would not use his gift for evil lol, we will see, but I understand the reputation end of the business
You're welcome Can you tell me how do you get so good results in proportions and measurements in the face? (Do you use some techniques or is it just much drawing?) I have often problems with this, because i always guess the distances, i draw/paint only by watching the reference photo on notbook..
I trained myself by using rulers, grid paper and carbon imprints. Here is an artist on here that does what I taught a class to do. [link] It is just an OUTLINE that either a 2 yr old can scribble on, or an artist can bring to life. It will train your brain to learn perspectives. Just print out you ref photo, turn it over and tape to a window. Then tape tracing paper over that. Use 2B soft to mark key distances. Then turn tracing paper right side up again and tape to paper. Go over again with harder H pencil and u will have your key measurements
Okay, thank you for the answer.. This technique is maybe good for learning what you wrote, but not for using in every single drawing, i think an artist should give to his works as he sees it, even it is a portrait and not constantly use something like grid paper or rulers.. Sorry for my english..