So, I decided on a whim that I want to actually start learning how to draw properly. Most of the stuff I know to do is from just common sense when drawing or just picked up along high school, so I have plenty of gaps in knowledge about art (Art major, but a certain bad school didn't teach me anything). Also, I have not much practice either, there may be signs of that. I really want to know how to develop an ability to draw, and learn where I want to or can take it. So here goes:
tifa.jpg(Referenced) Fanart from highschool. Just goes to show how little i've changed my drawing style.
posemaniac.jpgBrowsing the forums, came across posemaniac, decided to try it last night, with the timer on 90s.
ship.jpgA spaceship from what little imagination I have. I have trouble doing stuff like that, from the imagination, I mean.
practice.jpgOld drawing of me trying to figure out how to draw basic stuff in proportion. It feels broken, I don't know why.
4up.jpg(Referenced) Now this one I did like a couple days ago, I don't know the real way to draw anime, and I feel like i missed a couple of steps drawing this in the middle. I'm still really unfamiliar with digital painting. Also, the figure's messed up, I feel like it's something with the torso and arms. Wait, that's like half the picture...Colors don't look good either.
I embrace harsh critiques, I know there's a long way I have to go and that's the fastest route there. I can't judge my own things very well. I also appreciate red marks on top of the drawing to show me where to fix something.