Great sketchbook you have going man! theres some nice progression here
I'd advice studying up on some Loomis and Bridgeman there are some free PDF book you can find on the net.
have a good one and keep it up
Hello! Welcome to the forums
I see you're studying as well as doing imaginative work so I don't really have much to say.
Obviously there's problems to point out but I can see that you're already attacking the problems.
So it's all good! Just keep studying a lot every day. Make it a habit and you won't mind it at all.
I'd like to thank you all for the encouraging comments, greatly appreciated .
Here are some illustrations I've made a while ago (had uploaded them to WIP section), I know there is quite a few things to be pointed out and plenty of stuff to correct, but I just thought I'd post them to compare for progress later on. I am actually quite new to coloring and painting. These were my first (done digitally), and no painting done traditionally so far. Waiting on my courses to begin for that, don't wanna mess up the materials .
Also, I prefer working on new pieces instead of always going back to correct at this point, not only because it's more fun, but also because there will always be stuff to correct at my current level.
The one with the girl was actually a photo that I redrew (changed it a bit) and painted.
I've been having really bad back problems every time I sit to draw which gave me no choice but to take a 2 day break without drawing anything. Thing is, when I draw on the easel my back hurts (Somewhere around my right trapezius) and when I draw on the tablet my neck hurts. I've recenlty come up with a solution which is to take a 5 minute break every 30-40 minutes and do a bit of stretching, but still.. If anyone has any advice on that, it'd be awesome .
Anyway, here are my newest studies. The latter one is charcoal (which I took up recently and am trying to learn). I think I'm not doing a bad job with it so far. Gonna try pastel soon.