Hello! I am a 13 year old (EDIT: I'm 15 now.) from the USA who wishes to improve his drawing and increase the time spent doing it. Don't be afraid to tell me your honest opinion, I'd rather get a helpful critique rather than a useless compliment. Thanks anyway for your time, and I hope you enjoy my sketchbook!
Here are some contour drawings (not blind contour) that I did for Ctrl+Paint's Drawing Shape: Contour video. Next are some three point perspective assignments from the Crimson Daggers From a Cube to a Cathedral class I am working through.
After watching the Ctrl+Paint video on crosshatching, I practiced using the technique. All the objects were either from life or from photos, except for the sphere at the very end, which was from imagination.
More basic form manipulation doodles, further 2 point perspective stair drawing practice (this time in Gimp), and a simple linear still life like the one that Matt Kohr advises to do at the end of Ctrl+Paint Unplugged. If you noticed the number in the top-left corner, that's there because I plan to do 100 of these eventually. Only 99 more to go!