This is the thread of my Scetchbook.
I am a 20 years old boy who is looking after a school to study gamedesign, mediadesign or communication design (something like that^^).
I started a scetchbook to draw as much as I can and improve my skills ind drawing, painting and one of the importenst things : Seeing and understanding. Up to now I draw nearly every day (thumps up^^).
So please give me very hard constructive critics.
( it is ok when you write that you like it^^)
I would suggest to study perspective start with cubes 1,2,3 points.
Do them several times with a ruler trying to grasp the principle.
Then go freehand (annoying I know but it is a good practice),
and also try drawing cubes without any VPs and lines just to try your eye,
after you think it is correct u can check it with construction.
Perspective is a big thing so start early it will help later on :p
Good start, man. I remember when i was there. The best move i made was getting my hands on book by Stan Lee called Draw Comics the Marvel Way, it's very simple, but the information is invaluable, showing the breakdowns of the human figure, allowing you to get the fundamentals straight before getting into detail. Detail can be a killer if you get into them too soon, trust me!