I like to draw digitally and would like to follow along in procreate. For this specific course and classes in general can I stick to drawing on my iPad Pro?
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I have two different styles one in black and white and another in color. I used to have black and white subject surrounded by a colored background but it felt similar to my other style.
Black and white previous
The mix between the two was interesting but didn’t want the two to be identified. I wanted the black and white elements to be emphasized. I am trying other things but am still confused.
I am not the best at drawing background in other styles so what should I do?
Critiquing and Advice
Awhile ago I did a drawing and it was probably my best work. However due to that spike progress, I felt intimidated to continue progressing. I managed to start drawing In that style again but I want to continue drawing without the frustration. What should I do.
My best drawing
Give me a goddamn critique pretty please. 😆
I am experimenting with a new style and would please appreciate a critique. I am not sure what the direction will end up with but I like hearing tips. Check out my insta to see the progression of this style.
Link to drawing is here. Also I have a hard time loading photos on this forum.
Svs vs skillshare and udemy
I’ve had bad experiences on skillshare and Udemy. They aren’t very comprehensive, you get overwhelmed by the content, and the teachers promise a lot yet vary in quality. When I heard about svs, I was intrigued by the community and the collaboration. Hopefully it allows me to actually go through the classes rather then just be overwhelmed.
How different in quality are the services. Are the teachers great. I often struggle with tutorials when the voice drones on causing it to be hard to concentrate. This is a big commitment and I want it to be worth it. I have many skills I need to learn that I struggle to learn outside in an online setting. I really want to evolve. So should I get Svs?