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CherryInTheSun Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
fantastyczna galeria!
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IgorWolski Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2015  Professional General Artist
dzięki wielkie :)
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hexameryx Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm in love with your style asdfhgjsgdjfhsgdljfhg
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IgorWolski Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2015  Professional General Artist
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Ben-Keen Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015   Digital Artist
Great work, man!
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IgorWolski Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2015  Professional General Artist
thanks!
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Jounzey Featured By Owner Edited Feb 10, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hi! Could you tell me where you learned to draw or how you learned. Was it just talent from the beginning or did you force yourself through it. I'm really trying to learn how to draw and this is exactly the kind of style that I love and would love to learn. Tell me your secret senpai w00t! 
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IgorWolski Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2015  Professional General Artist
Hi! Well, the secret is fairy dust and a goat offering. But seriously, I just draw a lot :) Last five years I could say I draw almost all day every day. I didn't go to an art school or anything like that. The best advice I can give is to look at a lot of art, collect and seek works that you really like and build your skills on that. And draw a lot, that's a must :)

I hope you'll succeed man! If you'd have any more specific questions, feel free to send me a note.
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Jounzey Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
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Well a "few" questions would be:

Whose works did you get the inspiration to your original works?

What was the first drawing you did 5 years ago? i'm a bit interested on where you started everything :D

How did you learn to paint? For me painting and coloring with any means is impossible. Everytime I try something it just doesn't seem logical or the values are way off.

How much time do you spend in one painting if you do it all the way through? Like for example the dragonball fanart vegeta vs. goku

Is it easy for you to pull things out from your imagination? I always lack the imagination so I usually refer. But how do you get ideas do you have some special ritual to get more creative? :D

Can you give me a recommendation on where to get started when I'm still a beginner? Like drawing figures, hands, shading... etc. 
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IgorWolski Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2015  Professional General Artist
Okedoke:

1. My first inspirations ever were Jim Davis (Garfield) and Bill Watterson (Calvin and Hobbes). Then there was this guy Vinnie Veritas and later an awesome artist Pat Boutin (you can find him on dA). Now I try not to linger too much over one artist's stuff and get inspiration from as many sources as possible.

2. Well, you can find in my gallery here stuff from up to 2006. Five years ago I started drawing professionally, but I started drawing much earlier :)

3. I don't really know. I definitely don't know how to paint and my coloring just slowly progressed in the past 10 years. I'm still learning a lot in that field each year, mostly from trying new stuff or while working with other people.

4. It depends, but the bigger ones take about 40-60 hours from sketch to finished colors.

5. I wish on a ladybug during a full moon. I dunno man, ideas just happen in the shower or while doing the dishes.

6. Draw what you like most and draw it a lot. Do it for a couple of years until you feel comfortable and more confident in your drawing skills. Then start learning all the basics - anatomy, composition, perspective. I think that a lot of would be artists stop drawing early, because they try to learn before having fun with it.
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