And I'd really, really like any tips, I'm just, ugh horrible at it right now.
I'm really eager to learn, But I just have no idea where or how to start, I am below beginner, most people drew when they were young, I did not, I could not write even, in highschool I had to use a PC, because my ability to write were so bad.Can't help you improve if we don't know what the base level is.
For instance... if you want to draw cities, you will need to learn how to use perspective.
Want to draw faces, you need to learn where the eyes are and the nose.
Want to draw people in dynamic poses, you need to learn how to work with bodies that move and you need to use frames.
I try to do this but not enough! I shall double my efforts!Well, there's an old story I been told about how some famous artist back in the day drew over a thousand pictures of an egg as part of the training process. While you probably don't want to go that hardcore drawing simple objects is a good start...
oh yes, I'm well aware, but it's also not easy entirely lacking any creative outlet!I've been drawing things since middle school as a sort of hobby to help me release stress, and I've gotten in deep trouble with some of my teachers because of it. I've drawn crude starships, battle scenes, cruder vehicles... the list goes on. I never had the money to get them fancy tablets and software... so I'm stuck with grid-paper and what not.
Let me tell you, it isn't easy even as a hobby...