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# 1 01-10-2004 , 02:53 AM
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2 questions

Hello all!

I have 2 questions which don't have anything to do with each other, but i did,nt want to make 2 new posts.

1) I went to a college fair today in my area and there was not a lot there as far as graphics is concerned. One college in peticular caught my eye and that was Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) I was just wondering if anyone new any info on SCAD, is it a good school for 3d etc.


2) I love to do graphic art. From Adobe to Maya I love it. However, I want to create my own original characters in Maya, but my problem is a can't draw. I can sortof imagine what I want, but I just can't get it onto paper. For instance I noticed most of the artists here are Simply Maya can draw exceptionally well. I can't draw at all though. My question is can drawing be taught? I would love to learn. Any advice tips tricks would help.

Thanks

# 2 01-10-2004 , 03:37 AM
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I know a couple people from SCAD. It's definitely a good school, although very expensive.

Most art schools like SCAD also have more traditional art courses, so maybe that could help you out.

# 3 02-10-2004 , 08:27 PM
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Re: 2 questions

Originally posted by Der Kaiser
2) I love to do graphic art. From Adobe to Maya I love it. However, I want to create my own original characters in Maya, but my problem is a can't draw. I can sortof imagine what I want, but I just can't get it onto paper. For instance I noticed most of the artists here are Simply Maya can draw exceptionally well. I can't draw at all though. My question is can drawing be taught? I would love to learn. Any advice tips tricks would help.

Thanks

The simple answer... learn!

Some people naturally have a good eye when it comes to drawing, everyone else (inc. me) can learn.

Think of this: It takes 10,000 bad drawings before to get to the really good ones.


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