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Sooo, this year I've decided to start taking art seriously. After I complete my B.A. in Japanese, I'm planning to head to SCAD for Sequential Art. I can't afford to take any drawing courses at the moment, so I'm just essentially making up the sketchbook as I go.
Anyway, critiques are greatly appreciated and suggestions for what I should narrow my focus on would be LOVED. My mind keeps jumping everywhere when it comes to what I should settle down and work on...
I'm currently an extremely shy artist, so these are my 'babysteps' towards being more confident with my work.
Just about everything I've posted is from May to August of this year.
More anatomy. Experimenting with crosshatching. End of my summer work.
Here are some bad quality pics of drawings I did in the spring from the Drawing I course I took.
Here's work from about September up until November. I drift back to anatomy and I'm still trying to grasp crosshatching.
Admittedly, I really need to work on quality with capturing the images.
Expressions and more crosshatching experimentation.
Working out of Christopher Hart's anatomy for comics book.
Side projects that I started and posted with horrible quality! =D Tried my hand at Classicism.
I decided to take up a challenge in November to draw 250 hands by December--only got to 95. Not sure if I'll make it to 250 by the end of the year, but I'll try.
More hands and other drawings mixed in.
I'm loving the hand challenge. It's a great idea. Keep up the good work!
Here's my sketchbook!
Thanks! A student at Academy of Art University does these kinds of challenges and I decided to join him.
I feel like this was a huge dump of stuff, but I'm done for now. Slacked off in the art department for a week, but I'm picking up the pace again.
I like your Dragon Ball drawings! Nice. Why hasn't this been updated in almost a year? Let's see the recent stuff!