As I sat here in the tech lab in school. I realized I don't draw at the frequency I have years ago, it was at least a couple of drawings every day, and a million sketches like every hour. Currently I top out at maybe a few doodles a week, and about a handful of finished pieces every month.
I wanna get back to that mode of practice I had way back in the old days (like 4 years ago lol). But I know there are people here too that are in my same position. So here's my proposition.
Post a drawing here every day, simple as that.
A sketch, a doodle, a draft, a piece of crap, whatever, but draw something and post it here. Something every day, or whenever you get a chance. Try some new things while you're at it, doesn't hurt.
I want to get myself back in the flow of things, and I want to help other people who are falling behind in progressing too.
So. Let's make this a group effort and get drawing some shite, eh.
To kick things off. Some silhouettes.
Cool. I like the idea behind the thread. I'll see if I can start tomorrow. C:
I've gotta do this. Like, every day. I used to be consistent, and now I'm just . . . I have no idea.
i'll join here,, although not right now,
:3 If you haven't seen it already:
Photo this was inspired from here.
Damn Rio, that looks awesome. Lol...I like the person way in the back, the expression.
So here's a quicky I just did. Inspired by Jama on Conceptart.org Check him out. Freaking amazing.
Cmon people, pick up the pace and start tossing in. GET THOSE LEGS MOVING......or something like that.
Rio, you've been improving lately!
And GunZet I've noticed artsits who practice general blocking like you seem to improove a lot faster. What kind of class do you take?
ive gotta start this, great inspiration to draw more often
Well, I don't know about that. I think I draw the same as usual! xD
Here's my contribution for the day, inspired by Hayashida's art in the Pimp My Art thread:
I'll try to continue this but I'll be drawing for the SaiMoe and the MT 100 TC next sooooo... we'll see.
i dont how it turned out to be... 10 mins drawing in photoshop