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We are starting a new 100 days challenge, please join us! It is a great way to really push yourself to draw every day by adding a dash of competitiveness. If you miss a day, you're disqualified!
If you feel like you could stand to improve on human anatomy or clothing, this will be a great way to do it. If you study and draw for 100 days, I guarantee you will be better than when you started.
All skill levels and mediums are welcome!
So many things have happened since I was here last time. I applied to one little local animation school (or local little? my English seems not to be improved, I am terribly sorry). It was a reckless step cause 1 - I cannot draw, 2 - it demands a lot of time, no - it demands all your free time, 3 - I am really too old for animation - especially for traditional one, so I have no future in it. So I feel like artistic kamikaze heheheh heheheheheh. The first week was like: "mimimi, let it go, let
I am the queen of making lofty goals and then letting them fall flat. I have become very aware of this recently and have been taking steps to establish better habits in my life that will lend to the fulfillment of my goals.
For example, I have made a "10,000 hours goal" for drawing, because I desperately want to improve. I have been slowly working towards this, but at the rate I am going it will take me my entire LIFE. The fact I am actually going through with it is a testament
In joined CA.org because I see a great community that truly encourages artistic growth. I am happy to take part and learn as much as possible while I improve my skills.
I joined Level-Up as a way to keep myself committed towards my improvement. Having assignments (even self-paced ones) really works for me as a motivator. I am currently going through Composition 1.1.
Below are a few recent images that show my current skill level. Why? Because I want to be able to look back onto
Not really been able to update as I was working mostly on the Composition 1.2 for Level Up, which takes a long time to complete.
Here is a random image I have painted. Nothing much in terms of story, just a guy in the mountains. I wanted to explore values and also at the end I wanted to see how photographs may be implemented to tell the story and to speed up the process. Some work still needs to be made to not make the photographs obvious.
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