Hello :) I am very, very nervous about posting here but I figured if I'm going to be an artist, I ought to put my work out there for all to see. Hopefully you all like it.
To introduce myself, my name is Logan Day, and I'm 15 years old. I've been digitally painting since I was 10, and I love it more than anything else. I have a fascination with the sky and clouds which you'll see come out in my work.
Anyway, here are some of my favorites in my portfolio:
And a couple done in oekaki:
Thank you for viewing; I'm anxious to see what the amazing and inspirational artists of ConceptArt.org think!
Good potential, but you should work on your anatomy and lighting. :) By what you've shown, sometimes you manage to fake it rather convincingly, but the lack of solid foundation still shows - that's what you should focus on. :)
The site fineart.sk has textbooks by Andrew Loomis. At your level and in your situation, they would be near-perfect for you. Especially "Figure Drawing" and "Creative Illustration" - a bit dated, but it has a lot of relevant material, including color. But look at others too.
The top picture is very nice... If you get a lack of response here don't get disheartened. I wish I had been able to start digitally painting at age 10!
Another site you might want to take a look at is wetcanvas.com; this is a very good site to learn ALL kinds of art and everyone is very friendly. As arenhaus noted above a good foundation in colour theory, perspective, figure study, etc, etc, is of great benefit to ALL artists, digital or not.