Learning and growing. Help me out with your crits, don't spare my feelings.
Just got my Wacom last Friday. The spider thing is the first thing I did with it. It's for the DSG (#1519). I was supposed to create 5 walking robots. I spent so much time on this one (mostly playing and learning the tablet) that I never finished. But I already learned so much that I can't wait to start the next one.
The second one is another one for the DSG. Can't quite remember what the topic was. It was done before I had the tablet (which I call my digi for some reason).
It's Prismacolor pencil in a sketchbook, pic sucks cause it was taken with a cell phone. Things are getting better though.
The third one is old as hell. It's from a DSG back when I had a different user name and it was done in Photoshop with a mouse. I like the idea, but it's kind of a piece of crap.
Don't mean to sound like one of those "all my work sucks, I suck" kind of artists, it's optimistic whining. LOL.
I'm really looking forward to improving. I've been reading about the "sketch, block in color, blend, reform details" technique on Bumskee's still life Photoshop painting thread. Learning tons. I'll be trying to work that way from now on.
If anyone has a link to some knowledge or suggestion on where I can look to find information you consider particularly useful I'd greatly appreciate it.
OK, too much talking. Sorry.
Hope to update often.