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stevebluck says

I would love to learn techniques on how to draw cartoon style drawings, especially like SOSFactory!

Something basic/intermediate/advanced would be good. I think it would be popular too!

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stevebluck says

Yeah, I have read and watch all his tutorials, they are wicked!

But I want some DRAWING tutorials, SOSFactory is all about inking, colouring etc. Can’t do any of this until I can draw :)

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loungekat Envato team says

Ahhh, I understand now. Well, before something like this is available on the Marketplace (I’m sure someone will write a great tut on the subject soon) you can check out the Creative Session Tuts+ ran on Character Illustration – http://sessions.tutsplus.com/creative/category/character-illustration/ and a series Vectortuts+ had on Core Art Skills, http://vector.tutsplus.com/articles/theory/core-art-skills-part-5-traditional-media-techniques/ which covers the basics.

But I agree, it would be great to see some drawing tuts on the Marketplace :)

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SOSFactory says

Hi Steve,

in the tutorial linked you have some tips to draw cartoons, actually I explain the process from scratch.

There is 2 reason why I donĀ“t go in deep on this matter, the first one is because there is hundred of traditional drawing books where you can learn to draw (search for Andrew Loomis books, the very best); and the second one is because the core of the learning process is just practice.

I also have some exercises in my blog:

http://www.sosfactory.com/blog/exercises/improve-your-drawing-skills-spending-just-30-minutes-a-day-week-2/

http://www.sosfactory.com/blog/exercises/improve-drawing-skills/

I hope it helps :) Sergio

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