What are the quick poses? It is a small introduction about me and what I’m drawing and future planning. Also, I have to apologize for the poor voice quality and will try to do better voice recording next round. Besides, after the recording of the podcast, I learned that the background made it hard to hear me speak. Therefore, I plan to use Adobe Audition to separate the music and the voice. I decided to record the podcast because time is against me, and I wanted to tell somebody about it. In doing so, I was able to relieve the pressure and start a dairy.
Quick Poses Episode
Throughout the podcast, I get my inspiration using a tool called quick poses. You’re going to love it if you’re a striving artist like me? Why? For example, the mechanism throws 60-second poses at you, and your challenge is to draw them with as much accuracy as you can muster up. Similar, I love to get drawing prompts to challenge myself and explore the unknown. Earlier, I wrote about my sketchbook, describing my experience of drawing from life and getting inspiration from 7th Dragon 3 Code: VFO game fan art. Though drawing from quick poses will get me closer to the human’s proportions. Also, it will prevent me from making up impossible poses like in the following article.
Thank you for listening!
Again sorry for the poor audio quality of quick poses recording, and I hope that maybe the summary did a better job explaining my experience. I want to include the text version of the podcast, but I don’t want to spend time writing it. On the other hand, does anybody know of excellent transcribing service for my podcast? Finally, if you’re interested in offering your service, let me know in the comments below or use my contact page.
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