YAS MORE SAMEZUKA AND KAWAII ANIMALS I MEAN LOOK AT THAT WHALE SHARK I’M CRYING IT’S SO ADORABLE
Furudate’s doodles from the Haikyuu!! manga (volumes 1 to 10, not in order). These were on the back cover flap and they’re cute as heck (especially the kuroo and bokuto one tbh).
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DARN YOU, FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST, FOR GIVING ME IMPOSSIBLY HIGH EXPECTATIONS FOR ALL OTHER ANIMES I WANT TO WATCH
there are things i ship
why does blue kaworu keep giving onoda water bottles to return
To be honest, I think the first season will end with Karasuno match against Aobajousai? And a bit of the aftermath.
therefore no Yachi just yet.
SPOILERS FOR THE MANGA BELOW SO PLEASE DON’T READ IT.
I think it would make sense to finish the first season with some sort of hope for their future, and a new goal to achieve. Like, the moment when Takeda tells Hinata and Kageyama to get off their knees and move further because that’s what makes you strong. I think that’s how the season will end. And the second would start with a new arc, with new hope, and such.
God please let the anime have the second season that’s all I wish for.
I am really not sure there is some other way of getting better at drawing except for practicing? Sadly we can’t summon artistic demons to borrow us some skills.
We all want to be able to be good at a thing we love doing, but we have to remember to give it time. It never happens fast, and even if you don’t notice any progress, it’s THERE, even though it might be a small one.
It’s true that people are different, and they might be naturally granted with no equal amount of skills, so some happen to learn a bit faster than others, but it does not make your progress hopeless. Just look at the stuff you did a while while ago, it’s not the same.
Personally, for me it was a lot of practicing? I’m still on my way though…Like, at first when I started I had absolutely no idea what I was doing, I didn’t even know about such a guide as circles and lines and simplified figures. Later I did—> a little step further. The more steps you make, the better you become. It’s not possible to learn everything at once and become equally good at everything. With time going you just keep noticing some little things in the way body works, or in stuff that other people draw, like I noticed a few easy ones about feet, then just noticed that you can keep some stuff lighter than the other to keep composition balanced and stuff like that. and I HAD NO clue about it back then.
It’s going to be the same for you, just keep drawing and give it time. As frustrating as waiting is, there’s no other way to it.
I can say I was drawing from my mind almost all the time (whenever it came to the stuff I draw for myself and not for the uni), but the university and some figure sketches we did there gave a slightly better idea, though I’m still not too good with it, but I know I will keep noticing little details as time passes by. so it might help you to draw people doing random things, it doesn’t have to be finished, just simple fast sketches. (as fast as you can possibly make them, but we were tought not to spend more than barely a few minutes on stuff like that); it’s hard at first, but the more you do, the easier it becomes. and eventually it gives you the better idea of how stuff works whenever you want to draw something from your mind.
BUT, i’d also suggest you to try thinking about what you draw and HOW you’re doing it. If you NEVER change anything or try out something slightly different you might get stuck at one phase for a while and it might slower you from improving. For example if you draw one thing not quite correct, but do absolutely nothing to fix that and just keep drawing it incorrect it won’t exactly turn perfect.
aghh sorry it’s probably a lot of useless information but..keep drawing, really. I always say that, but there’s no quite other way to it.