It's been a year since I last posted, and two years since I first started this thread. Newest stuff on the latest page, here's a couple of newer things to whet your appetite.
Because as I was learning to sculpt, I forgot how to draw. :poly136:
I'm frustrated. I feel like I'm stuck with my 2D, and it's super demotivating. I don't know where to go after sketching something out and I haven't done any finished pieces in months, all my concept work for myself has been rough sketches and nothing more.
The plan is to pick up some recent sketches and try to take them through to a stage where I feel they're kind of "finished", instead of sitting in unpolished limbo. I always get stuck making an attempt to work through the anguish and hate for the piece when I look at it and it's not where I feel it should be.
Crits would be incredible. I'd seriously appreciate anyone taking some time out of their day to tell me what's up. Suggestions on how to get past the feeling that there's no point working on a piece because it will never be good enough would be appreciated too.
Blah blah blah, I talk too much, here's art.
For reference, I started from this sketch I've been pushing myself to do something with for a few weeks:http://i.imgbox.com/W7NYy2dr.pnghttp://i.imgbox.com/EKkuWQhS.png
(Side note, not going to be able to dedicate a huge
chunk of my time on this until after Petrol/Blood, but at the point when that's finished I'm going to schedule my work out so it's about half/half portfolio pieces to furthering skills, and working my 2D back up to scratch is the first thing on the "skills" list.)