Getting a head start on my new years resolution to keep this updated, even if it's just so I have something to look back at.
Quick digital studies from reference:
I really, really struggle with getting soft transitions between brushstrokes working digitally. Either everything looks really chunky or I have to use super small brushes to try to fill in the transition areas to get a smooth transition from one value to the next, and that looks awful too. If anyone has any advice for making things look smooth digitally I could really use the help
I have had to spend about 6 hours every day grading students' tests for a week now, so my hand is in a lot of pain I haven't been able to do any drawing where I sit down for a long time, but I'm trying to do little bits here and there.
more people in pen. I am hoping doing some studies like this in pen will help me when I go out and draw people outside and don't have time to get things right:
Thanks for dropping by my sketchbook
You seem to be getting better and better at grasping anatomy with your studies. My recommendation would be to do some muscle studies to really understand the anatomy of each limb and section of the body. The gestures are turning out great, but studying muscles/bone might help when you get down to the details of rendering, and understanding why there might be a bump or lump on certain spots of the body