Alright I got some decent sketches to show you.
They are from oldest to newest enjoy
Oh and Ive been in hiding for some time now...so I dont upload as often, but I do want to be more active in the forums. This place is actually nice.
Hey, Thank you all for your input.
Ive managed to aquire a personal computer (a very very personal computer) so I want to dive more into digital work, since im struggling with coloring and finishing projects.
I was going to get lazy and post 1 thing, but since I do DO work, ill post some notable works from these last 2 weeks.
Werewolf is in pastel (UBER HARD)
Old man study in straight ball point pen
That ugly critter is in sharpie and pen.
The newest one (hands) Ive done tonight. SO enjoy
Black spot...you seem to have the oddest timing... I was going to post something today o.o
Hers a pencil sketch of my dad (hes 50)
and my cat
They both took about 20 minutes and the photo quality is not superb.
I want to get better at my pencils studies though. It would be nice to dive into colored pencils for a change and work on my colors for a bit. Any advice to that would help
Yea digital seems to be hard, but I just have to remember to warm up every so often, because I have been making progress with it (however slow and tedious it is)
I want to join a teen challenge before I turn 20 >.<
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Your traditional is definately stronger than your digital right now, but maybe thinking traditionally when you're working digitally will help. Ever try working reductively? Toning a surface, drawing over it then picking out the lights with an eraser? Try doing that in photoshop (put a mid tone on the above layer then erase out your values). It might help