Probably not the right forum to post this but this is where all the artfags hang around. I have a friend who wants to work on game design (it's about to change major) and wants to learn how to draw. I have had no problem helping people with this because when they normally say "I want to learn how to draw" they actually mean "I want to learn to draw properly" because they already has some conception of art, and/or they have some experience (even if that experience is only retarded doodles on your notebook, it still works). The problem is that this friend doesn't fall on that category. I was hoping that at least he knows how to observe so then everything else would be eating cake... NOPE, the other day we where all loling at drawings with horrible anatomy and trying to find anatomy mistakes and such and he was like "I don't see anything wrong". I subtly told him "This is going to fail miserably" as "Why don't you team up with an artist? A lot of game designers do that example: Tajiri x Sugimori" but he said that it would be way easier if he can do it himself, which is true... Except the part in which he learns how to draw it first. Did I mention he is +20? I showed him some good tutorials and books, like Loomis. Said he will check them later. So anyway, do you know about a good book (online or not) with really REALLY basic tips for drawing newbies? Or is he completely hopeless?