And yes, I've been so busy trying to juggle college and high school classes at the same time, so it's a little exhausting and by the time I get home I don't feel like drawing... I just want to pass out. ^^; I'm getting used to it though, so I'm starting to get back to my usual pace.
hey :] loving the drawings of the guy on your newest post, the side profile looks really beautiful, it's charcoal? keep it up, please post more drawings
 also wow, your digital paintings are amazing! curse me for not checking out your first page first lol
Last edited by plaid; October 22nd, 2011 at 02:28 PM.
Some pics from my sculpture class. I never really had any interest in sculpture up until last year, so I've never tried anything with it before. I feel kind of awkward trying to do this, but I think I'm getting along okay. It's my favorite class, to be sure.
Also, a WIP of Loki. Sort of movie-verse, sort of comic-verse.
nice work so far, your doing all the right things as far as i can tell lol. and your taking things seriously in school which is something most artists seem to underestimate the importance of. just keep drawing and studying everything that moves around you (and everything that doesn't) and remember that its all about understanding how light interacts, not about subject matter.
if your not fantastic by the time your 18 than i'll eat my hat
Hi guys. Wow, it's been a while, huh? I've gotten a job as a copywriter since the last time I was on and I've also been working on a novel, but I still find time to draw sometimes. I should start posting here more often...
Nice work and exremely impressive. If I may offer a word of advice....Dont take the advice given from this forum to seriously. Yes, anatomy studies is a must for any artist who aspires to give their work more power and a more dynamic look. Other than that...any and all other advice given from this forum should be taken with a grain of salt, or not taken at all. (I prefer the later)
To take everything too seriously, you risk no longer having your work reflect who you are as the artist because of all the advice given that you've taken to heart. And although theres no doubt that the advice is well given, you do yourself a favor to selectively choose which ones you feel is appropriate for you and what will best improve your own personal style of drawing.
Other than that, keep doing what youre doing. Im exremely floored by your level of skill at the age you are (17?) Keep it up!
Not at all satisfied, but this was never meant to take more than a day or two anyway, so... meh.
I have no idea why the quality for this particular drawing is so bad when I upload it anywhere... I'm at a loss for how to fix it.