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Posted 8/21/14
Seriously draw anything and everything. The more versatile/skilled you are in a variety of subjects, the better.
Don't just "specialize" in one thing right off the bat - that will limit what you can do/will be able to do.
References will be your best friend, but it also helps to take some classes and understand the basics of anatomy and overall structures, colors, etc. in art.

It takes time. You'll have good days and horrible ones. Just keep practicing.
No one can truly "teach" you to draw. It's all about your own style, hand-eye coordination skills, and perseverance.
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Posted 8/22/14

ShadowHaze639 wrote:

I need help, someone who is good at digital art. To color my pics and shade them.


Are you willing to pay them for their coloring service?
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Posted 8/25/14
Like Clamiku mentioned, there was a website called Samurai Manga Workshop that sold videos for three dollars. The videos were done by professional Japanese artists. However, they've disappeared. I think they've gone out of business, which stinks like crazy, but if you want, just keep checking up on them by typing their name in the Google search bar. That'll take you to their 'still updating' website. I don't know if they'll ever get back up, but hopefully they will. Good luck!
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Posted 9/13/14

Clyvelle wrote:

I'm a novice at best when it comes to art. What I want to know is if any of you more experienced individuals have come across people, pictures, tutorials, or anything that you feel might be worth looking at in order to improve my skills? Thanks for the help. :3


I started by tracing. Then copying. Then creating my own artwork. At least then you get the proportions on in line...
Try searching up references on Google- Pose references, eye references and hand references especially. Those help with the dynamics and perspectives.
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