I'm 24 year old IT student very much leaning towards game development and such, but I have noticed that while programming is okay I have no real drive to better myself at it on my own time. Which is something I feel that I personally really need in order to truly enjoy what I'm doing.
I never got into drawing much when growing up. Mostly simply because I was bad and thus it was not fun not being able to get your thought on the paper properly and so on.
However, lately thanks to stuff like FZD videos I have come to realise that drawing much like other things in life is a skill that one can get good at by investing time to properly study it.
So I have reached the point where I pretty much decided I would regret it if I didn't give a shot at it and try to get into designing stuff (mostly games and consept art in general).
I have no previous experience and I started quite literally few months ago so the stuff I do now is really not that great. I also feel that I am starting quite late and don't really have time to take things as slow as I would like to.
I started by looking at anatomy and figure drawing but also jumping between topics.
Because I do not have much experience yet it's easy to see many things I need to get better at but I do appreciate any comments you might have for me considering the things I post and / or general tips for learning.
Please, be brutally honest with your comments