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Postby Jhaiden84 » Thu Oct 17, 2013 3:33 am

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Subject title: seeking mentor(s)

Hi I'm Ray,

I go by Jhaiden. have been drawing for about a year and a half now. Just when I think I'm making head way and doing great I start to feel like I have no idea what I'm doing. Throughout my research I find that a lot of current art professionals say art school isn't the best option because of the cost and if you can manage self training is the better way to go. I feel like I am on an epic quest for the master sword or something.

I'd really like to get involved in a community and hopefully find some structure to guide me a little better through progress.

feel free to contact me Via Skype or Google


I'll attach some of my work.


Postby Fedodika » Tue Oct 22, 2013 6:09 pm

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just message me if you need help


Postby Jhaiden84 » Tue Oct 22, 2013 6:12 pm

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My weak points are the fundementals. Anatomy, perspective, landscapes, and creating. I only seem to be able to copy. The comments I've gotten thus far have been great. I'm trying to study things for application rather than just copy them and not internalise any of the information. I'm hoping that will help. I'll try not to bug you, but I'll definitely take you up on that.




Postby Aangkat » Mon Nov 04, 2013 11:06 am

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Hi dude!
Do you really live in California?
I don't know if you have noticed, but California is one of the Golden spot in the world when it comes about art.
You have all the Disney studios and great masters that teaches really good.
You could easy go to Jeff watts, Glenn Vilppu, Sheldon academy to get hard core fundamentals with fun.
You can take monthly courses, just save money and go. THere are a lot of awesome workshops as well!
You should really take the opportunity of the location you are living in!
Just want to say that.


Postby Jhaiden84 » Wed Nov 06, 2013 3:07 am

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thanks! and yes I do live in California. The issue is money, and well time. Not to mention I just kind of emerged into this art world, and don't rightly know much of it.

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