Hi Tamplier. You're amazing! If you could take a quick second to answer this, you would honestly change my life: What do I physically need to do during practice, each day, to eventually be able to create art like you? How did you learn and become so amazing?!!
Can you please break down exactly what one extremely motivated beginner student would need to do, each & every day when he or she sits down to practice, in order to create these incredible photorealistic 2d digital drawing/paintings?
People just say 'Practice.' But I do not know 'exactly' what this entails.
Can you maybe make me, like, a list or something?!! So I can then go out and explore those topics? Or at least tell me what I need to physically be doing with my practice time so I can get as good as you?
If there's any books/DVDs/tutorials you can recommend that totally helped you get better, that would be so freakin' incredible!!!
Thanks for the help!
I know i'm not Tamplier and my ability is no where near his, but this is what I do and from what peoples been telling me, I have been getting better at a staggering pace (I havn't put many of my stuff on DA though)
But I like to look on the internet and find a picture I like, and I try to copy it trying to get as close to the original as possible. I don't even bother with Tampliers stuff because it's so realistic and i'm still new to digital art that it would probably be a waste of time for me to try. But I always put the original artist on what I do as to not attempt to 'steal' their work.
Doing this is taught me a few ways of getting certain looks I want that I been continueing to do and improving on. However I'm sure this isn't how other artists like Tamplier did it. If I was to recommend a artist to 'copy' I would probably go Shalinka. It's furry stuff if you don't mind that, but it's all high quality and looks fantastic but it's still doable imo to do a half ass job compared to the orginial. I hoped I helped, if not then good day and good luck