Ok, first of all I'm new here to the forums, I have had no training, or courses in the subject, so I'm a little dry when it comes to the depth of visual arts.
Here is my problem, while I am drawing, I see the model, I draw the model, a lot of my peers think I'm doing a okay-to-well-job on the majority of them, but something is lacking. (Disclamer here, I haven't been able to start a sketchbook on the forums here yet because of scanner problems...alltough I'm really want to.)
While I am drawing I notice that I'm not comeing to a full understanding of what it is that I'm takeing note of. Sure, here is bone, here is cartilige, here is a rige that helpes define the shape of the eye, but I'm not takeing what I am drawing into full view for what it is, and its purpose inside of the paper.
This is actually really starting to annoy me because I'm not really getting anywere when I try to break myself of this because whenever I draw I always snap back into that "look at it, draw it" mode...
So, does anyone know anything to help this?
Anything would be great,
and thanks for reading my thread!