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Originally Posted by Karein
Thanks for stopping by Newman I understand what you mean, I just get such a block sometimes when I try to work from imagination, I always feel it's never going to work out. But, after going through your sketchbook, I was inspired to do a piece a little along the lines of your warhammer one lol. My inner nerd kicked in, and I had a go at drawing my character from Oblivion (Nerd, I know ) and I was a bit more comfortable with it because it was something I am rather familiar with, and I highly enjoyed doing. I suppose It's just a hurdle in my head I need to get over. I was also practicing my line quality a little with that one. Not too sure If I succeeded, but It was fun, none the less.
You did fine with it Honestly, the point of drawing from the imagination (IMO) is no really to create masterpieces but just to work out drawing from our mind. Because, just like we need practice in drawing from life, we need practice from drawing from our mind. Ive seen plenty of people that did nothing but draw what was in front of them and they could never be creative enough to do things from their head even if they wanted to.
So, keep at it and keep going You'll do great
Oh and arent we all nerds? C'mon, were artists The world would be much more boring without nerds!