Let's see, I guess I've always wanted to learn how to draw but it wasn't until about 2 months ago when I was hanging out with some friends from an art college that I really got interested, looking for tutorials, getting some pencils and copying the pictures here at home and trying to do the things my 15 year old younger brother who draws does. A lot of threads here in conceptart have really inspired me, especially mindcandy man's sketchbook. Anyway, I suck at this a lot but I'm hoping to improve as time goes on. I hope to have daily updates here, or at least to continue drawing daily and just scan and upload works every couple of days.
These images are just some exercises I did recently, one has a bunch of heads from a hogarth's book and a copy of a leonardo drawing, the other is a wip of me trying to copy caravaggio's amor victorious which I first saw in the open figure drawing workshop thread. Ooof, not so good, I know, and I guess I also have to learn how to scan better and do those post-scanning adjustment thingies. I guess smoother paper works for me, too, as when I scan something the grain of the paper really shows through. Much more with my earlier drawings. Some other things I should do more of in the coming days include drawing from life and learning perspective and making sp's and stuff. Feel free to criticize and comment on me drawings, I'll need them. Anyways, thanks guys and back to drawing. :-)