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I know some methods of study are more efficient than others.

Does anyone know the FZD course syllabus/assignments?

What's the most efficient method of gitting gud? I know DRAW A LOT, but beyond that. what's better for understanding components of parts and being able to draw from imagination and all that?

I have artist milestones, as in, I want to be as good as X artist is today in Y amount of years.
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From what I've read from student blog posts, there's no secret at FZD. It's lots of studying fundamentals and getting feedback on your workflow from pros. Having the guidance of someone good will obviously speed you up, otherwise you need to be researching styles and drawing from life to improve your visual library. Watch feng's video on it. Otherwise it's fundamentals grind and learning a good workflow.




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