Hello CA o/
I just started drawing, following the advice of an artist/teacher who live around here. I wanted to paint, but she said "Who can't draw, can't paint. You may paint, but you'll feel like something is missing in the future." She told me to draw everyday...
So, here I am!
I was reading Betty Edward's DOTRSOTB, but a week ago I stopped, and didn't draw anything else until now. I think that keeping an sketchbook here is a good idea to don't lose my resolve again
As I don't have acess to a scanner (I intend to buy one sometime later), I took pictures with my cam (none Nikon, nor Canon, but still...) and I would like to know if its worth, or if I really need better quality images.
That is the first drawing I did, after I was told to draw. It's a copy from someone's avatar, along some silly sketches, in charcoal
The drawings Edwards ask to do.
Drawing a person from memory (err... five years old?)
Self-portrait (doesn't look anything like me, and the eyes are way off)
A chair (is just me or some parts are missing?)
My left hand
Drawing with the image upside down (I got lost in the proportion =/)
Another drawing upside down. (The horse came out diferent of the original, but I really liked it. The knight came out strange, his helmet is out of proportion too)
Modified blind contour exercise.
That is it for now I will do some negative spaces exercises next.
What do you think, guys?