Flash progress. I’m getting medieval.
I’m constantly uploading to Instagram, I think it’s mostly because ‘it’s there’ and a little more instantaneous when it comes to knowing if people actually care to take a look at things. Tumblr seems to just disappoint me when it comes to interaction, and it’s the interaction that I want mostly.
It would be nice to be able to take some challenges by people that happen to like my work. I’m always open to making someone’s idea into a reality — on paper.
Here’s one for you shark-lovers. I dig sharks too much.
Here is a (literal) quick look at how I shade.
how to improve your art:
- every single day, as much as you possibly can, practice
- experiment a lot
- be inspired
- keep drawing
- use references
- just keep drawing
- don’t be afraid to use rulers and grids and guidelines for practice
- study from…
I’m often without inspiration to draw. I find myself drawing the same things in different variations on a near-constant basis, and I can’t help but believe that it’s one of the most maddening occurrences.
Hopefully, some time away from my normal surroundings will help me rekindle my creativity.
Life outside of a studio environment is cruel. Don’t ever let go of the energy that it gives you.