worked nite shift last nite had to wait four hours for the train home just woke up two hours before i gotta go work again
But when you don't draw for a few days and then suddenly you do again that
feeling you get of pure awe and happiness like yeah this is what I'm meant to
do all things in this life don't seem that bad any more
Getting face colour tone variation is hard, maybe next time i'll work grey
scale all the way first then paint over that. Studies off:
1.George Owen Wynne Apperley Peacock Shawl 1927 Attachment 1370343
2.Joseph-Désiré Court Rigolette Seeks to Distract Herself 1844 Attachment 1370344
Hey Adrian, thanks for stopping by my sketchbook and leaving such a nice comment, although you shouldn't 'feel like sh*t' when you see what other people do. Even though you may not feel it, you are progressing every time you draw, so keep at it. Don't mystify what other people do, however cool it may seem from your present level. Ask for palettes, brushes and whatever tip you may need, anyone who won't share their knowledge is an infatuated ass who won't get far in life.
Hey man, I have been following your work for a while,
and I see that you are consistent, beside your tough job
and nightshifts. Making all these studies mixed with your imagination
will surely do good. As for an advice, I would like you to do graphite
pencil drawings, and value studies. Going back to basics could skyrocket
Do basic stuff first, then go to advanced mode as digital and coloring.
But you just keep on going like this and be persistent.
LtPlissken: Thank you for the kind words, I love drawing with pencil
i don't do it as often as i should, I love using a mechanical pencil tho.
I will do some pencil drawings after work tonite since i gotta wait ages for the first