Added a few new sketches to my gallery that i've worked on in the last couple of months. Every once in a while I get in the mood to doodle, and ever so rarely one of my doodles starts to look like something decent and so I decide to finish it until the end. I just wish that I could find myself in these "moods" more often, because I know that without practice, my skill won't ever improve.
Other than that, I just thought i'd give a couple of updates that have me veeeeery excited.
First of all, i'm moving to San Francisco! I'm moving down there to live with my fiance Felipe, who i've known for 5 years. The planned moving date is August 22nd, w
Been taking a break from drawing... which, I half expected. I have a tendency to sketch here and there, and then i'll have one sketch turn into something I'm actually satisfied with enough that i'll post.
Unfortunately though, I can not post the most recent picture I have done... YET. Its a gift for someone, and just in case, I don't want the surprise ruined. So i'll have that posted later this month.
Aside from that, I knida lost the motivation to play around with my water colour pencil crayons. They're fun... but, I need to first come up with a drawing that looks decent enough and that has been a bit of a struggle.
While I take a
A little overdue, but figured i'd give an update.
I've managed to get myself a new sketchbook, and a brand new set of prism pencil crayons. I have decided to start practicing my traditional art (sketching, pencil crayons etc) to brush up on my skills. I've become way too rusty for my liking, and as time has gone by i've only found myself to be discouraged because it seems that i've gone into reverse as far as my artistic progression.
So i've added my first practice drawing, which I was really happy with. I was able to try out the inking a little, and plan to put that into more practice. I've seen a lot of anime artists of late use some pret