I feel like a total dork in social media in general, so at this time I'd just like to add a big thank you to everyone for watching, it means a lot to me!
As a little update on what's up, I'm continuing my personal project of which
is the first completed piece. 4 more pieces in the same vein should follow during January. I'm super happy to be trying out something totally new and diving into traditional media, I was starting feel really stuck in my work for some reason. I've been blogging a lot about the progress I'm making, so head over there for any progress shots and musings!
In the game frontier Sproggiwood is making steady, if slow prog
I started a series of posts about art books I like over at my blog. As the first installment I'm listing all the art books I loved or wished I had when starting out.
Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain by Betty Edwards
Drawn to life by Walt Stanchfield vol 1 and 2
The Weatherly Guide to Drawing Animals by Joe Weatherly
The Practice and Science of Drawing by Harold Speed
Drawing Lessons from the Great Masters by Robert Beverly Hale
See the post for individual run down of the books, and why I think they are great.
So lately I have been dipping my toe into tutorial making, by doing a few very straightforward pieces, one on Photoshop vectors and layers (apple tutorial) and the other for making cool journal buttons (aren't they cool?!).
Here's where you come in! I'd like to write some more tutorials, but obviously it's a lot more rewarding to write about stuff people actually want to know. So what do you want to learn from me? I won't promise instant delivery, but I'll take all suggestions under consideration!
Also, any feedback on the clarity and pacing etc of the current tutorials is welcome, help me improve!
Oh no, now I've missed it. Sorry for being late, but still Happy Birthday from Hungary again and hope this'll make you smile as well. Hope to see those new art one day, but until then I just wish you and your boy all the best IRL.
I just logged in for the first time in ages, and your comment made me smile! I have a year old baby boy now who's been keeping me super busy and I'm really looking to define a more personal style artwise, and posting progress on deviantart seems a bit pointless, as mostly it's just sketches or stuff I'm not quite happy with. One day though! New art!