Hi Everybody. I was lurking around here for two years or so, mostly browsing the sketchbooks. I am 26. About 6 months ago i started my first sketchbook (not online) and finally got it all filled up (yay!). But i feel my drawing skills are still rather lacking. So i will post the better ones from my book here and keep updating. Hopefully you will able to see that "from zero to hero" progression one day
So far i got through "The structure of man" by Riven Phoenix halfway, and Recently i joined a regular life drawing session. And i just ordered the book "The new drawing with the right side of the brain". Heared mixed opinions about it.
What i do alot is doing very quick sketches of poses from photos. I am wondering if it is better for a beginner to do long and detailed drawings. Or the other way around: if i keep doing the quick and rough ones, will it hurt my development?
I normally use A4 for drawing. Is it better to use big sheets of paper, so you can put in more detail? They told me this at the life drawing session, but i felt it was actually more difficult on bigger sheets.
That's it for now. Big ups to all the great artists and my fellow beginners here