Finding your Drawing Style + Style TheftHere's a little journal I racked up to help people with obtaining their own style.Finding your Drawing Style + Style Theft by usarei
A certain artist's drawing/colouring style can influence his/her popularity in the world of art. It distinguishes them from other people, making them special and noticeable from other artists. A few people have asked me how I obtained my style, but in my eyes, my style still needs to be worked on, and I will still be trying my best to improve it in any way I can :iconuhuhuhuplz:
I'm not an expert or even a very good artist, but I did do all these steps to eventually lead to my very own style:
Take an artist whom you really look up to and stalk them like a pedophile. Seriously.
I can't stress enough of this point because it does really help people IMMENSELY in finding their own style. When I first started to drawing 3 years ago, I looked up to Mark Crilley like he was some kind of god. I watched his tutorials almost everyday and tried to memorise what he taught, but I NEVER copie