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Making a comic for ’The Lego Movie’ entitled: “Lost in Zero Gravity” This is only a couple of small parts from the comic so far, but its a work in progress.

The comic will be mostly be about Benny!

Benny gets kidnapped and the others need to save him before it’s to late! How did this happen? Why would they take Benny? Who’s behind all this? Why does Bad Cop love throwing chairs around??…..

Will post the next few pages for this comic during the coming days. Appreciate any ideas/comments that could be added to make this an awesome comic, but not all ideas will be used. Thanks however.

Repost so that everyone may know please.

Keep you up-dated for more!


(P.S. I don’t own Photoshop so please be kind)

anonymous asked:

How did you learn to draw? What steps did you take? I keep trying to change up my art, improve, make it more expressive, etc but it seems I don't know what artists mean when they say "practice"! Like, practice what?? Drawing shapes and people and stuff like that hasn't been working..

Ok Here it goes, there is a reason why they all say practice and that’s because that is what you have to do, but there are different ways of practicing

1. Draw a lot, especially skecthing!! That is what works best for me! Ive gotten this new habit of taking a big A3 paper and just Draw a bunch of different stuff on it, for a long time, i now try to make sure that i get between 3-4 hours of drawing per day! But you do not have to do that!
I found this guy(Sycra)which explains a good methode to just learn how to recognize the better drawing, and get it into your system, by drawing the same drawing again and again, and try to point out which drawings you like the most and why!

2. References!! Do not just try to guess what the thing you are drawing looks like, ive been saying this to pretty much every one who asks, USE REFS, U are blessed with a ton of places where you can find good references for anything, google, pinterest, even tumblr?? Unless you are drawing out of your imagination, try to figure out how a, house, car, snake, shark, chair looks like! Try sketching from different pictures and then try to draw them from how you remember it!

3. Get the heck outta that comfort zone! Ò0Ó)/ Force yourself out of that cozy little corner of your most secure art style! If you normally draw pretty things, try making them ugly, if they’re all young make them at least 50! if you draw mostly humans, try drawing cars,animals,buildings, plants,if you draw realistic try to draw tooney! Etc. Draw things you have never drawn before! Make 30 lizards or boats!

4. Then there’s all the classical stuff, like drawing a bunch of croquis! It really helps! Just a couple of hours a day! (I say hours because of personal experience, some days it just takes you really long to get into “The Mode” and for me it can take over an hour sometimes..) Or just sit in the park, and draw all the different people who passes you! Notice how unique and different they all are! It is hardest convert the pictures of a three dimensional world down into the 2 dimensional world on your paper, but the harder it is the better it will make you!
BUT If you can’t go outside, there’s a good Croquis YouTube channel, with a bunch of different models, and remeber, do not pause the video! even though you only have 1 minute to draw the whole figure, try to get the whole body down on the paper as quickly as possible! That way you will learn to get all of the body down on the paper quickly and then you go into details later!

Drawing is just as much about exploring, it’s scary to leave home for the first time! But you have to do this if you want to grow !

Do not give up if this is what you really want to do! i am rooting for YOU! O0O)/

(Woa i do not think i have ever had such a long rant in an ask before but i hope this somehow will give you an idea of the things you can do to improve)