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Well, I’m looking for this style of drawing. I love it. Very cartoonish. Do you know any inspiration site, or something like that with this style of drawings?

Behind the link (I didn’t attach it because it very big): http://2.bp.blogspot.com/__CL3ZhLRAGk/TQIshiebq7I/AAAAAAAAAsI/yq0ttd_qjQc/s1600/Female_Cartoon_Faces_by_JoniGodoy.jpg

Thanks in advance.

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Sleightofhand said
Just a note for Stock Design Man, I would avoid reading Harry Potter. True it is a great series of books however Rowling’s writing style can prove tricky to read in parts! Grab yourself a copy of any roald dahl book instead ;)

Well, if I got you. I think HP is not hard, I read it on Spanish and I barely ate the books! LOL . I think her style of writing is preaty easy to understand, we will see…

Then about Roald Dahl, what book can you recommend me?

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WPHead said
The best way to truly learn a language is to be exposed to it on a daily basis, meaning spending time in the country where the language you are trying to learn is spoken. By being forced to communicate through the language on a daily basis you’ll be able to learn the language in no time ;)

That’s how I learned to speak 5 languages :) I learned English when I moved to the United States, I learned Spanish by spending time in Spain, I learned German by speaking German with my parents and spending time in Germany, etc…

Reading English books and watching English TV will teach you the basics, but being exposed to the language is really to only way you’ll learn it.

Good luck! :)

Woow!! That’s so cool! I know Spanish (native language) & English. And a bit of German. Well, I know the best way to learn a language is to go to the country of the language. But, it isn’t really cheap. And also I’m just 15 years old!

My sister went to USA with a program called “Au Pair”, and it consist on going to USA for 1 year to babysitting. And the program is really cheap, because the family you’re going to stay with, will pay everything (almost). Do you know any of those programs?

I have some questions for you. You said you know 5 languages, but you only mentioned English, German & Spanish. What is your other two languages? And what is your native language?

Danke! Gracias! Thanks! Merci! LOL

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Thanks guys for every response! I will try to answer every post.

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Hello awesome community,

So, I want to learn German one day. But first, I want to learn English as a native language. Well, right now I’m starting reading on English a cool book called “Rant” the same guy who wrote “Fight Club” (this book got on the big screen). This guy’s name is: Chuck Palahniuk. Then, I’m thinking of buying the collection of Harry Potter on English, because they’re pretty easy to read. I’m also watching movies with subtitles on English, and soon without subtitles.

So what do you think?

¬°Gracias! or in German: Danke!

Santiago Degetau.

P.S. Sorry for my bad English :D :D :D

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I would recommend you start with Cinema 4D.

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Besides the Cintiq Tablet, what other tablets do you recommend me for begginer? (cheap – $100 – $300 USD ).

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maxvarlson said
The “rule” is to practice hard. ;)

Yeah, haha. I’m doing that! I’m trying to do one daily paint.

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3alisha said
They don’t care for us, lol. They have bigger plans :D

I hope they have bigger plans. They most be huge, we have been waiting a lot of time and see nothing. :(

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thomas07 said
As Zeplix suggested, idealy you start diggin into Painter, Corel developed that software specifically for complex digital drawings and illustrations and is the ideal software for your needs to start digital painting. Also idealy you have one of the Cintiq family tablets of Wacom.

Thanks Thomas. I’m going to give a try to Painter. And, wow, a Cintiq Tablet is around $1,000 each! That’s a lot of money for a beginner!

Can you recommend me another tablet?

I have this one: http://www.google.com.mx/search?gcx=w&ix=c2&q=wacom+cte-440&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&hl=es&tab=wi&biw=1280&bih=702

Cheers!

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