A typical experience:
I'm sitting down to draw.
I turned up, but now what? What am I going to draw today?
If you draw regularly, sooner or later this feeling will hit you.
So let's say I manage to get started, choosing something pretty much at random, and draw aimlessly for a while. But I have this nagging feeling that I might be wasting my time, that there's no structure to my practice.
Worse: I'm putting in effort but not getting better.
Does this sound familiar to you?
An extract from Paul Foxton's blog I was reading recently; www.learning-to-see.co.uk/effe… « It's definitely worth a read.
So to those interested, I've set myself a mini syllabus for my fundamentals, core skills to be improved - one at a time:
I N T R O
I'm Mik, others mainly call me 'James'~ I enjoy Japanese cultured material such as anime, manga, drama, arts, music and same goes with Korean dramas and songs (k-pop). But when coming to music, I'm an all rounder, I enjoy everything, I collect everything; especially soundtracks <3. Gaming wise, add me on Steam! or EN (PSN - PS3) so we can kick some online butt together or if you're just up for a chat, that's cool!
R E Q U E S T S
Nothing Offensive | No Rude/Explicit Items | Waiting Period of 3-15 Days
S H O U T O U T S
For being there for me and helping me become part of the digital artist I am now! He's an amazing tutor. I suggest, if you are willing to give digital painting a shot, he's da' man to go to!
For being the friend that not only introduced and getting me interested in anime, but being my first anime tutor! Also for completing and graduating secondary high this year with me. Congratz!
For being a wonderful friend! Not only inspiring me, but motivating me to do better~
For being an epic friend encouraging me throughout the times!
A very, generous, kind and amazingly supportively cool brony! Thanks for your very kind donations!
W E B C A M // D E R P S