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I’m very new to drawing and I can’t even draw stuff that look horrible, just to make you realize where I’m at.
Of course there is no magic trick, but there’s a start. I currently know how to draw distorted cubes. So, what Loomis book do you suggest that I read first?
Really nice updates, tough. I’ll read some of that colour theory stuff to begin with. Being a photographer I guess it can enchant some of my pictures a bit.