'Bout time I posted a sketchbook here. I'm aspiring to become a professional one day, and I hope you guys can help me achieve that goal. Unfortunately early on in my art education, I wasn't taught/didn't practice the basics enough, so I'm pretty much starting from the ground up. I'm hoping this will help improve my art at a faster rate.
First is a speed painting of a landscape. Reffed from a photo.
The second is a still life of my tablet pen along with some gesture drawings of my overexcited cat (note: overexcited cats do not make good life subjects, especially if they are trying to lick the drawing). I didn't use guides for the pen, which is why the bottom is wibbly. Slipped my mind I guess.
The third is drawing my iPod over and over again in the same position. The goal was to just get basic proportions, position, and shape down, so I didn't bother with the details. Guides really do help. Also I think I need to draw in a better position. My sketchbook was slanting downward while I was sketching without me realizing it.
Let me know what you think!