hey, fellow Australian
thanks for posting in my sb
Firstly work on some proper paper, like a sketchbook, most of it looks like cheap paper.
Next study some anatomy, loomis is good, but his books are hard to come by
try this http://www.fineart.sk/index.php?s=16&cat=14
btw what state are you from?
hey man! All I can say is to draw from life as much as you can, imagination and life go hand in hand! draw lots of people around school or anywhere, and tonnes of SPs! do some longer stilllifes and fell your eyes sharpen
This one is awesome by the way, looking forward to seeing it as a painting! http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i3...e_hh/mount.jpg
I like how you are doing anatomy studies, but do slow down a bit and check your porportions and placement on them, they get alittle out of whack. You got some interesting character sketches. Keep up the good work.
hey man! good stuff from life, I like the dude from class
make sure you really pay atention to those anatomy studies, im not sure if "dynamic anatomy" has anatomy plates (like these for example http://www.bartleby.com/107/illus414.html) but if it dosn't, then you defiently need to get a book that does, As I recommended earlier "Anatomy for the Artist" by Sarah Simblet is a really good book with excellent plates like that. Anyway, pay attention to, and write down where the muscles connect, their names, shape and function.
Keep it up man