My name is Justin. I'm a 21 year old sophomore at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia. I'm majoring in Graphic design and just recently declared my minor as illustration. I never really drew as a kid (I always wanted to learn, but always became frustrated) and my first real artistic experience came in my early teens with Photoshop. I became really proficient with Photoshop, but never really grasped traditional techniques like form, value and perspective, so I felt my work sort of suffered.
Seeing the works of old masters like Caravaggio, Ruebens, and Durer really inspired me to learn to draw. So, just recently I've taken a hiatus from digital work to hone my drawing ability. I'm hoping that this will improve my design and prepare me for starting a minor in unfamiliar territory.
I'm really interested in improving myself, and extremely eager to hear any hints more seasoned artists may have. So please, critique away.