Amazing - a second DD (for The Druidess)! I feel particularly honoured by this, as there are far more productive artists out there. Thankyou so much for the kind words everyone - I'll do my best to keep up the creative pace once I've finished my current crop of graphic design stuff.
I'm currently drawing...a sheep. Well, a Ram actually. It's for a poster advertising a Rock, Alternative and Metal night - I'm sure you can see where I'm going with that. It'll be a fairly sharp, graphic piece, which I really ought to be producing in nice, clean vectors using Illustrator. However, in my own inimitable way I've decided to overcomplicate matters by using Photoshop. Another great victory for Team 'Forward-Planning' then.
Anyhow, it's nice to be creatively busy for a change - even though it's in a graphic design context, rather than painting. I do have a ton of (hopefully) great ideas on the back burner though, so if you're read
Thank you for putting together such an awesome mega brush set. I'm just learning digital art so your brush set was awesome to come by, and for honestly such a steal. Thank you for all the effort and time you put into the brush set!
Thankyou so much! I guess it's mostly down to practice (although work and life often get in the way and I don't do nearly as much art as I'd like). I studied illustration at university too.
It's also worth REALLY exploring the options your chosen art software gives you. I don't think Sketchbook gets the love it deserves as a painting and concept art tool, the brush engine is actually really good - not as advanced as some, but you can still get pretty amazing results once you get to grips with the brush settings. Autodesk have said they're working to have the same features across all versions of Sketchbook, so hopefully it won't be long before you can use custom brushes on mobile too!