@Braden-Hallett i think starting on week 1 is a good idea i will catch up to you guys eventually by the way i am using a kuretake zig brush pen and I noticed the bristle tip is already slightly bent due to wear and tear perhaps?. Do other brush pens have this issue as well?
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RE: How to ink group run through week 5
RE: Would this forum benefit from more personal sketchbook threads? 📚 POLL
@TessaW I love this idea pretty much because i love the sense of energy from sketches compared to final pieces. I will definitely go check out this section in the forum!
RE: Questions about portfolios
@Zachary-Drenski I recently listened to the 3point perspective podcast about building a strong portfolio and here is Will Terry’s list (i just copied from the show notes). Hope this helps!:
100+ Things you need to include in your children’s book portfolio.
Formats and sizes: spot illustrations, vignettes, full page, spreads, room for text, covers
Color schemes: full color, black and white, monochrome
Ages: adults, teens, children, baby
Gender: girls, boys, men, women Race: asian, Indian, Hispanic, Caucasian, African
Groups Activities: families, friends, classmates, co-workers
Character Consistency: animals, humans, creatures
Animals: anthropomorphised: amphibians, mammals, fish, reptiles, insects, birds
Creatures: robots, dragons, monsters, aliens, ghosts
Vehicles: cars, trucks, busses, boats, planes, construction equipment, submarines, space ships Props: household items, garage, kitchen, farm, office, food, bathroom, attic, school, games, toys
Environments: interiors, exteriors, modern, vintage, ancient, houses, apartments, land, sea, earth, outer space, dessert, forest, tropical, arctic
Seasons and weather: winter, spring, summer, fall, rain, lightning, wind, snow, fog, cold, hot Lighting: morning, noon, evening, night, spotlight, fire, ambient, on camera, on camera hidden, off camera
Surfaces: shiny, matte, textured, furry, translucent, rough
Action: falling, breaking, sliding, moving fast, running, jumping, flying, rolling, skidding
Emotion: anger, excitement, happiness, sadness, fear, confidence, curiosity, love, sleeping, pain
Scale: huge objects, tiny objects
Camera Angles: establishing, close ups, medium, distant, high angle, low angle, profile, dynamic, POV.
Complex Images: multiple figures, multiple objects
RE: Transitioning to a Career in Art
@Jake-Parker I just saw this post and i will listen to the new episode right away. I am in this same point right now where I am very fortunate to have a day job that provides for my family and fund my art at the same time. Also very fortunate to have a supportive wife who already agreed to start this transition haha!