Will come up with a more creative title later on, but for now this will be my sketchbook. I've been self-studying art for a while. As a matter of fact, last year was my first year of college, and my first year having a formal art education. However, as i'm still on second foundation level classes in school, I'm still doing alot of learning other stuff myself outside the lessons.
I've been looking for an effective way of self-study, and have thus far been sort of unsuccessful. It's not as much a matter of me not being willing to do it (because have before and will again), but rather a matter of not knowing where to start. I'm hoping my posting in this sketchbook will prompt others to guide me in the right direction, aswell as critique me.
And when I say critique, i want to be critiqued as hard as possible.
There's always going to be something wrong with what i post though, so I'm not too worried about people not being able to find anything.
I also have a tumblr, which served as a record of my artistic journey, but it's hard doing it alone. While i'm not follower-less, I still don't receive any sort of feedback, which is why im here.
My goal is to be able to draw whatever I want with ease, as I have alot of ideas in my head that I just can't get out coherently without some sort of anatomy being off, or perspective or me not knowing how to draw landscapes or seascapes. In that sense I also want to broaden my horizons (taking risks is something I have a hard time doing, as i've noticed lately). I don't want to just draw humans, I want to be able to design objects and clothes and creatures, etc in paint, digitally, rendering with pencil/ink etc
I wouldn't consider myself horrible, but i've still got a LONG way to go
So i'm going to start by reposting the scans from a sketchbook I did back in june on here
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