This is How I Learned to Draw ANYTHING!

This is How I Learned to Draw ANYTHING!

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37 Replies to “This is How I Learned to Draw ANYTHING!”

  1. fun fact “panthers” aren’t actually animals! it’s just a term for black big cats. they’re either black jaguars or black leopards 🙂

  2. Watching this was an enjoyable experience. Inspiring and fun. I would love to be able to do hyper-realistic portraits like these. You're a very talented young man. Blessings.

  3. Love the commentary about getting over that ‘artist block’ and completing the project anyway even though your not loving it in the moment. I struggle with this. It’s so important to just continue. Needed to hear that today. Thx Slew

  4. Dude waht do u mean you haven't arrived?…lol!…ive been drawing since 3yo and im not even close to your level…I know we are our worst critics but come on bro your skills are up there with da Vinci

  5. I love to draw, but I fall victum to getting discouraged and stop drawing for awhile. Only to return to the same point and the cycle repeats. I guess my question is, when drawing a potrait for example, are there fundamental techniuques one should know? Like, measurement so propotions are accurate or perspective etc.If so, do you have any resources that can

  6. Hello Slew! You are truly gifted! I’m not there yet but close! I have a question for you.
    For intermediate artist that are trying to get the proportions right, do you approve of using a graph over your desired image and using graph art paper to do portraits ? I will check everyday for ur response! Love love ur techniques! BRAVO!

  7. as a disciplined intermediate artist whos been practicing for a while, I have to disagree with the notion that there are "no secrets" to drawing, I've been doing art since I was 17 and I'm 22 now, but it's only been in the the last two years that my art has blossomed, because that's the time it took me understand the fundamentals. The only advice I have for beginner artists is to learn the fundamentals and never stop learning them, and do lots of studies like you did in this video. I don't think trial and error is the most efficient way to learn.

    Loved the video otherwise though! You seem very chill so I subbed :3

  8. I haven't been the best at drawing from imagination but I can replicate an image by looking at it so I feel like if I practiced realism and understood how to do it I think I could be good at it

  9. Going through with your work and giving it your all even if you don't think it looks good is some wonderful advice that I'm gonna try to implement into my life.

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