Started drawing as a hobby in 2007, but I only started taking it seriously in 2012. Only in 2013 did I look towards art as a profession, albeit in a comic book direction. It all started from fan art of my favorite cartoons, and because I was in a music program, I was not able to take any art classes. I wish that I had started learning art from a painter's perspective instead of as a drawer. With comics, I know that there is more creative freedom than realism and still-life, but I have a craving to squeeze the most out of graphic storytelling, to capture the facets of life as vibrantly and confidently as possible.
What now depresses me from my goal is my doubts with digital drawing, I feel as if I'm approaching the apparatus all wrong:
Thank you for your time.