In part one of our interview with Brynn Metheney, we talked about her childhood in the desert, how her father’s job as an engineer helped her understand creature design, and how she makes her animals feel so real…
In part two, Brynn shares some nitty gritty drawing tips and practical ways to improve when your artistic growth seems slow.
She traces her path from obsessive animal doodler, to official creature teacher and talks about the benefits of specialization.
Ejiwa Ebenebe – now a producer on The ArtCast – joins me as co-host.
Listen To Part 2 Of Our Interview With Brynn Metheney:
Theme Music by Storybook Steve
Recurring Musical Segments by Kangaralien
Outro Music by The Years
How Do You Keep Your Art Lively?
Brynn talked about how we often start a drawing with too much detail.
…and the result can be lifeless.
Have you ever encountered this problem? If so, how did you solve it?
Please share your thoughts in the comments below!