A warm Hello to you all. I'd like to half-cowardly share some of my sketches,and i've become rather attached to the community here. Im a Welshman who always draws passively but never when I was younger did I put in the time nor focus to improve. Im now 23,and although im realising a few things arguably late ive been drawing a lot more this last 6 months or so,very dilligently the last month and a half.
I have a lot more time coming up soon spare to expand and become a lot better with drawing,but for now I hope I don't get too bashed for sharing my first few steps into clarity.
karmiclychee: hey man. Thanks for the kind words (and the push), I figure that if you spot a good heart in a box fulla souls you should encourage it for all it's worth. Ill keep badgering you
TopSecret: thankyou top ^^ ive never been told that before :d it sure is an uncertain and long path,but sure is fun finding the way :3
TacoMeat: appreciate the link taco,im familiar with loomis and I try and at least study some plates for an hour or so a day,one of my main focusses at the mo is planes among other things..when i was younger my scribbles tended to be chaotic whirls of lines and I seemed more content in capturing the emotion in the essence rather than spending too much time on the anatomical correctness. Now,i appreciate the importance of it more! :3 Thankyou for the encouraging words and stopping by,it means a lot \o/
Hey, you have improved a lot from the day you have joined i guess. Your doing well mate just keep up the good work. Try to learn more about human anatomy as well as little more about lighting and shadows. Try to get a copy of Andrew "Loomis - Successful Drawing". i guess itll help you a lot.
Anyways keep working hard and practice everyday. itll payoff nicely. Good luck mate.