Hello everyone. I'm not new to these forums it's just that I haven't been active at all in a very long time. I've been drawing here and there my entire life but never got to the point where I wanna give it all I got and really get good at it.
In the fall of 2006, I attended a graphics-school (or what to call it) and now I work professionally as a level designer/environment artist. It's great to have regular working hours instead of the 24/7 I used to do at school. This has left me with something called "spare time" and now I know what to do with it!
I want to learn drawing environments. I'm not new to this though, I've been doing it a lot but it feels like now when I really want to focus on it, I don't know where to start. I would love if some of you guys here could help me with this, setting up realistic goals and so on. I can't say I'm any good at it though, but I'm dead serious in getting there!
Any advice would be great! (and yes, I'm totally into the draw, draw, draw and then draw-theory ) I really love this stuff so the more, the merrier! but something to get me started would be great. Currently I'm working on perspective and I've started to get a good grip of it.