I've decided I need to really buckle down and start working on my art if I'm serious about pursuing a future in scientific/medical illustration. It'll be a haul but I believe I can get there as long as I keep working. Biggest things to work on are color and anatomy in both digital and traditional mediums. I'm not going to attempt traditional painting as of yet (college student = limited funds) but digital wouldn't hurt me to learn.
My goal is to post something everyday, even if it's small. I'm in college so I've got things I gotta do, but if art's important to me than I'll just have to make time for it. I'm hoping this thread/forum will help me keep on track as far as my resolutions go.
Anyways to start off here's some work from 2012:
The last is a reductive linoleum relief that I did for the 2nd to last project of 2-D Design last semester. References used for most of the work with the exception of the two standing wolves or the relief though. Sorry for the fuzziness on the shaded sabre skull. My camera doesn't take the best pictures sometimes.
2013 work'll start with the next post.