It’s a late post, but here are the February daily draws. Continue reading “Daily Drawing: February 2018”
Happy (belated) New Year!
There hasn’t been that much update from me, but hopefully this new project will change that.
For 2018, I decided to take on a 365 day challenge by drawing daily for the entire year. Initially, I was apprehensive about my ability to complete such a challenge due to the required time commitment, but I am finding it’s becoming easier to draw and remain consistent as time goes on. I have, admittedly, had days where I’ve skipped and then drew double the following day. Still, it’s overall do-able for me. Plus I’m enjoying the challenge.
Here’s the 1st month’s progress so far!
Inktober has already begun. I’m doing daily drawings, practicing art styles this time by using different tools each week or so. I’m posting some of the results, mostly via Instagram and Twitter, but trying not to be too spammy with unpolished art.
But the start of Inktober reminds me that I never shared the culmination of last year’s Inktober. 🙂
These were all scanned in from my sketchbook. I forget what my theme was. Males? I dunno.
Back in January 2017, I started a skill improvement exercise of digitally painting human portraits, something I was struggling with a bit. With the goal of completing 10 paintings, I could then compare and see if the exercise helped improve my skill over time. I’ve been hesitating to share because looking back, I’m almost embarrassed by the 1st attempts, but… learn from the past right?
Here are the results! Continue reading “Portrait Painting Progress”
Decided to revive my old blog/sketchblog and dig up some art to share.
I’ve been playing around with ProCreate most recently on the iPad Pro. It’s pretty nice, once you get used to it, though the coloring is more akin to coloring in Photoshop than it is to coloring in Paint Tool Sai or Manga Studio/Clip Studio Paint. I miss the blending that Clip Studio can achieve, but for an inexpensive app that runs on an iPad Pro? This is really nice.