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(Kid's) Rough Drawing and Inking

  • 25 US dollars
  • YOROZU Main Location

Service Description

I make cookies, but I am also a professional animator and storyboard artist who has worked on a bunch of television shows and commercial animations! I am here to help you improve on your art skills. You can just watch, but drawing along with me would be more effective and recommended. Rough drawing is effective for a good-looking finished drawing. If your rough doesn't look good, your final result will not! Learn the effective way to create rough drawings that will help your final piece the way you want it to look. Recommended materials if you chose to draw along: Paper : smooth, sturdy paper is recommended. Copy paper would work, but smooth (vellum) bristol boards or "comic book paper" would work even better. Pencil : sharpened pencil or mechanical pencil. Softer, 2B~3B would be nice but if HB is all you have that is fine. Eraser : a good eraser. Those cute erasers would work just fine, but if you can get a hold of it, find a nice MONO or Steadler eraser. Pen : Your preference, this could go from a range of cheap GEL-INK pens or go for a set of fine liners with different thickness. Latter will work much better, but especially for younger kids just trying out, no need to go all out. Just no Bic-pen like ballpoint pens; while those I love using for sketches, the lines are too scratchy. Please feel free to ask me if you have any questions. A nicely lighted, sturdy surface for drawing would be helpful.

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  • YOROZU Main Location

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