Congratulations on graduating! Good to have you back. Nice variety of projects in this latest update. The close-ups for the fairy tales are rather interesting approach to them I can still identify the stories, though, so you've done a good job with the essence of each story. Good work overall.
So I got the job! Which means no time for studies.
Which means I am sucking really bad 8DDDDDD.
I'm also working on a comic at the moment, so I don't have much to show except morning warm ups/loosen ups.
I have legitimately forgotten how to draw half the things I knew before. Shameful. Gotta get back into.
I also hear the values comment a lot, and I do know that I go from extreme darks to light. I am a fan of the film noir esque shadows. I guess I just gotta find the way the make that convincing in everything? I also just simply love flat blacks on top of rendering. GUESS THAT MAKES ME A SINNER OF AN ARTIST BUT I DON'T REALLY CARE.
Anyway, these are all portraits of characters from my comic.
NEXT POST WILL HAVE STUDIES. THAT"S A FACT NOT A PROMISE.
"Be either full-assed or no-assed. There is no half assed."
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Great sketchbook. You've really developed your style along the way. Congrats on the job. What type of job did you get?
Regarding your values, I would suggest going back and painting basic shapes like the sphere, square, rectangle, cone and pyramid. Also, you can buy a mini wooden mannequin too. Start painting them from one light source and go from there. Walk around the objects to get a better understanding of how light is hitting the form. Doing this will really help you. So far it's been helping me.