Not much to say, I draw by hobby, in my free time, or when that inspiration comes, things like that ... but I want to change, I want to raise the level and not be an occasional artist, I want to improve and become a professional artist.
And I know it will be difficult because I study and work in the world of computer science and programming as my current profession.
But ... And what? In life you have to set goals and challenges, and that is my challenge, to draw a lot, improve and be able to create together with a friend a comic-manga that delivers the best of me as an artist.
No mucho que decir, yo dibujo por hobby, en mis tiempos libres, o cuando llega esa inspiracion, cosas así...pero quiero cambiar, quiero subir el nivel y no ser un artista ocasional, quiero mejorar y llegar a ser un artista profesional.
Y sé que será difícil porque estudio y ejerzo la programación como mi profesión actual.
Pero... ¿y qué? En la vida hay que ponerse metas y retos, y ese es mi reto, lograr dibujar un montón, mejorar y poder crear junto con un amigo un comic-manga que entregue lo mejor de mí como artista.
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Greetings people! , sorry for my long absence, I had a very complicated month in my job, I'm delivering an important project for the company where I work, and that translates into less free time .
However, I had some time to prepare all the last work I have done this month, as you already noticed, I posted a request a couple of minutes ago, the number 19 that I had pending for a long time, I finished it last Sunday but I didn't have time to publish it, as well as a couple of additional things.
The status of the requests would be as follows:
It really has been difficult for me, however in the difficulties we must draw strength, I have been practicing since last week a quick drawing exercise in a simple notebook that I own, my sketchbook, in which I'm trying to make a daily challenge, in which it consists of drawing anything without using references, and drawing it as quickly as possible, thus seeking to use your own memory as a drawing tool.
I still consider myself a novice artist, and I want to continue learning, practicing and experimenting with styles, however something that I got used to was to draw constantly with references, the references are very important, but when you are so dependent on them it can become negative, this It happened to me recently.
That's why I'm trying an exercise-challenge in which is to draw anything without references as quickly as possible.
The rules are simple, the important thing is to draw as quickly as possible, it doesn't matter if it is bad, if the drawing is ugly not to worry because it is a practice sketch, we will not draw perfection in a sketch.
The idea is to draw as much as possible according to what your memory allows you, for example to draw a character in a position, if you don't remember how the legs or arms are drawn in that position, that part is not drawn, but the rest is drawn, and so with the whole sketch.
I'll also practice body drawing, that is, I'll use my own body as a reference to draw my arms, my hands, among other things, using my own body as a reference is allowed.
The other important point is to measure time, so you can learn to manage the time we spend drawing a sketch, knowing that you take so long to draw a sketch is essential to know how long it will take me to complete a drawing, since a sketch It's just a couple of steps before finishing a drawing.
What I love about this practice is that it allows me to really know my limits, it allows me to know that it is easy for me to draw, and also that it is complicated for me, all without a reference of help, in this way I can identify what I need to learn, and practice more.
From the sketches I draw, I'll take some and complete them as a separate drawing, using the same sketch or the key lines of the sketch.
Because I don't have much time I'll try to make rounds of 10 separate drawings, each round with 1 daily drawing followed, that is to say for 10 days in a row I'll draw a sketch per day, then I'll evaluate how I went with these sketches, I'll study and practice what I don't dominate well and draw those sketches that I liked more, then start another round of 10 days with another 10 sketches and repeat the cycle.2 days ago I finished the sketch number 10, so I'll publish all the sketches that I have made these last 10 days, I hope to learn a lot from this exercise-challenge.