Poor trigger discipline in Pulp Fiction: [link] The Mozambique Drill in Collateral/why you should keep your distance: [link] Modern Technique of the Pistol: [link] Another reason why you should keep your distance: [link]
Very useful. Hopefully should help create more accurate comics, I know I'll be referencing this a lot. D'you think there's a way you could make one for knife throwing- I've been having trouble finding the accurate methods.
You know I hate almost every single "tutorial" because they never actually say anything useful despite hundreds of paragraphs of text. Or they start throwing in obscure mathematical or sociological shit in there to describe "The eyes are too small". Sometimes it isn't a tutorial as so much a bunch of doodles with an eventual finished piece with a "THERE YOU GO MAYBE YOU CAN DRAW LIKE ME SOMEDAY!"
However, this tutorial taught me how to hold a gun, truly the most important skill I need to ever know.
Every other gun tutorial sucks. Most of them are just handgun tutorials but they label em as "gun tutorial" anyway. And all they have are "draw this shape, then draw this shape...THEN DRAW THIS AND YOU'RE DONE HUHUHUHU DERPETTY DERP."
There are so much more to know and so many kinds of guns, which is why I have several tutorials of guns.
An Im not sure yet, still have to save up funds for it(Recent events ate up all my savings for my handgun, so yeah.... All I have right now is my .22 an a crapload of airsoft.)
Probably either going to go with a reliable 1911, or even a Glock. Also depends on what deals I can get. Though my step-dad is REALLY good at getting great deals on guns! He once got a Spas 12 for $400! Guy just really needed cash, an he happened to have the cash on hand!
Dude, how would I know that? Youve never posted your age, nor told me... An you dont look 21(Just sayin, just sayin...) Then again, some people have thought I looked older(When I had my beard) so blarg?