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    MoonInk
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    @dekreel I highly suggest looking up a ton of pictures of people running from different angles and gesture drawing them. It will help you nail down some of the proportions and mechanics of people running and give you a feel for the angle you want.  Hope it helps 🙂

    Reader, Writer, Arter (oops, I mean artist)

    #87019
    MoonInk
    @moonink

    @i-david  Hmmm.  Yes, I’m an artist.  Apex Legends sounds familiar, but I don’t know much about it besides it being a video game.  If I did a ton of research on it, I’d love to try to help you.  I’ve not done much character concepts, but I do a lot of sketching, if it helps.  Again, I’m probably not the best person for the job, but I’d love to help if you want 🙂

    Reader, Writer, Arter (oops, I mean artist)

    #87018
    MoonInk
    @moonink

    @the-fledgling-artist   yeah, let me take a look…

    Reader, Writer, Arter (oops, I mean artist)

    #55226
    MoonInk
    @moonink

    OOOOhhhh! so cool!

    Reader, Writer, Arter (oops, I mean artist)

    #45343
    MoonInk
    @moonink

    OH MY WORD GUYS!!! All y’all’s art is amazing!

    @Idontrememberwho, “awe, shucks! I’m thspeachlesth” (– Goofy)

    like @slisby I too am bad a keeping up with forums 😛

    @ alsoidontrememberwho  I’ve been drawing for….. umm… I can’t remember… a really long time.

    Reader, Writer, Arter (oops, I mean artist)

    #43524
    MoonInk
    @moonink

    Hello Friends!

    My name is Rebekah.  I’m an introverted storyteller and artist.  I’ve been drawing and painting as long as I can remember.  I love drawing in pencil (though I do pen sometimes).  I primarily paint in watercolor, but I also enjoy acrylic and digital painting, as well as photography.  I took a graphic design class at a local tech center, which I really enjoyed.  I am pretty good at drawing realistic if I am looking at an object or picture, and I draw cartoon people and things decently, but I struggle with body proportions and clothing.  I’m really looking forward to getting to know you guys and growing in my art (and maybe helping you guys too).

    Reader, Writer, Arter (oops, I mean artist)

    #43198
    MoonInk
    @moonink

    @thewirelessblade  I too use wordpress as a blogging platform.  What I would suggest is going over to other wordpress blogs that have content that interest you and doing some research as to what kind of themes they use, what types of  posts and pages they make, then get creative and put together your own.  If you use a theme for a while then decide you don’t like it, there’s no rule that says you can’t change it.  If you are wondering what kind of content  or pages to put up,  most blogs have a page where you introduce yourself and explain what you plan on putting on your blog.  Some helpful advice I received on starting a blog is to write at least five posts before your blog goes “live”.  also don’t be afraid to follow blogs you like on wordpress.

    Reader, Writer, Arter (oops, I mean artist)

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