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Make sure this shows in your art! This is very important to keep in mind, because it makes it all look more natural and believable. Try to cross your legs or stand up and sit down again for real-life examples!
They become less soft to the touch, too, and might show.
This is very helpful with your art. Many leg tutorials talk about legs without mentioning the behind. Remember that it comes in many different shapes, and this is just a super basic guide! Two circles overlapping, while following the line and flow of the legs.
Okay, so we got the basics of leg shapes figured out? What if you want o draw them in a certain pose, or with a certain silhouette, but perhaps do not have the reference for it?
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Or you want to blend your style into it? The key is to not shy away from doodling the form.
You can clean up the sketch later, always, and if you can, use a reference after you have drawn your pose, to correct your drawing. Remember that the hips do a lot to the pose of the legs! When working with a new client do your best to accommodate their needs and to be a pleasant person. Be thankful that someone is paying you to sit at home and draw pictures! I can think of plenty of cartoonists who are way more successful than me who, in my opinion, consistently produce dumb, boring, crappy comics.
It would only be self destructive. But be nice to the people and spam bots that do follow you. My best work, the work that I get most excited about and that other people seem to enjoy and respond to the most, is usually stuff that I draw purely for fun.
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Sketchbooks are where you get to draw whatever you want and where ideas are born. Set aside a little time every day to doodle and explore.
Did you ever sit on the floor and draw as a kid? Most kids do it. Do you remember how fun it was? It was really fun. It was just a fun thing to do.
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I remember drawing monsters and spooky castles with my brothers. It was one of our favorite things to do. We could sit and draw monsters and spooky castles for hours. We were drawing them because monsters and spooky castles interested us and because the act of drawing is super fun. Do forget about impressing anyone. Want to draw a graphic novel? Stop talking about it and do it.
As you get get older you will find yourself with less and less free time. And the only way to improve your skills is to draw a lot. Like, several graphic novels worth of drawings. So set some deadlines for yourself and draw a graphic novel. I sat down and figured out that if I draw three pictures every day the project will be done in about a month.
Being organized and tracking my progress is helping and actually makes being productive kind of like a fun game. I made a spreadsheet to map out my progress. I get to fill a little section in with color every time I complete a drawing or finish coloring a page.
Being able to visualize my progress is awesome and gets me excited about finishing a big project. Breaks help keep your mind and body fresh.
I like to take short breaks often. Draw for an hour and then walk around the block or have a quick snack or just sit and stare out the window for a few minutes. Reward yourself for working hard! We all have particular artists that we love and have been influenced by. But one of the worst things you can do is to get stuck on those artists or to try to imitate them. No one draws like James Kochalka better than James Kochalka. Why would anyone care about your work when they just go look at a James Kochalka book?
James Kochalka is an awesome cartoonist and you can learn a lot by studying his work BUT make sure you learn something from a lot of other artists too. Find inspiration in novels or nature documentaries or old videos of Etta James on Youtube or poetry or newspaper articles. Your comics will be much better if you do this. The world will feed you new ideas and new sources of inspiration.
If the only thing you are able to write about or joke about is video games then may the good comics lord have mercy on your soul. If you want people to respect your work, take you seriously, or pay you to draw things then do not trash talk your own work. Why would you expect someone else take your work seriously when even you, the person that created it, are openly talking about how much it sucks?