Friendly reminder to us weebs that you have to know the rules to break them, make this your mantra or you'll get hit face-first with a bag of bricks when you poke your head out of the train window>>119195>what resources or lessons did you start off with when you were first drawing?
How-to-draw manga books but they were exceedingly terrible looking back>what resources do you often use now?https://quickposes.com/en/gestures/timed
For good gesture drawing training. Mangamaterials, hanari0716 and EtheringtonBros on twitter are all good too. /ic/ is okay sometimes>what subject do you often gravitate towards when looking for art help?
Rendering and anatomy are king in my opinion, so I'm always observing how my favorite artists render and draw the body. You can learn from everyone and everything so long as there is technical skill to be learned. When you see nice scenery, a pretty object or nice artwork, try to imagine yourself drawing it, making every stroke in your mind. It's a nice mental exercise.>How long have you been using these resources and how much has it contribute to your growth?
I have tutorials from god knows when back in early deviantart, I think they have certainly helped me to get inspired.>What resource or art help guide was waste of time?
I don't use the app at all but almost every single instagram tutorial I've seen was worthless to me. Just my personal experience though.