I've always wanted to learn how to draw and I've tried to get into it several times but I end up getting frustrated because I'm so shit at it. :poly118:
Do you guys think it would be beneficial to learn how to draw vs just doing more portfolio stuff?
I'm doing plenty of 3d art at work, but none of it is next gen hard surface.
I know I'd benefit a lot from being able to create my own designs. I think my lack of creativity is holding me back right now.I usually just use a lot of references and try random shit until I find something that works. Is creativity a skill that can be learned or improved through practice though? Or is it more of a natural talent? Probably a mix of both I suppose.
Has anyone here started drawing after doing 3d art? What would the carry over be like compared to just focusing on 3d?
I'm struggling to get much personal art done at the moment. So focusing on something else for a while might be nice.