I've drawn this wolf using an internet manual in order to train photoshop skill (this is my first all-photoshop drawing).
Last edited by HochSpannung; November 12th, 2013 at 11:20 AM.
Very Nice, Now get to more sketchbooking my good man! surely you have done something in the last 7 months.
"I spent my childhood dreaming about who I would be as an adult, now I am an adult I spend my life dreaming of who I was as a child"
"I play Guitar because I like music, I draw because I have to."
A try on a sci-fi-ish scene (an illustration to a literary piece):
While drawing this I've finally made up my mind that I won't do any good without actually learning color theory. But that turns out that there are a lot of books on this and I really don't know which one would be the best to choose. Though just like in science there are probably such books on color theory that are considered the most fundamental and must-read. Could you please recommend such a book? Thanks in advance.
Small cast iron bull figurine pencil sketch:
Look what I did! Vep's sketchbook
Thanks for the recommendation! Though I've figured it out by now.I don't know if you are still looking for a book? I can recommend Color and Light: A Guide for the Realist Painter by James Gurney.
Another sketch. An old high-voltage insulator left over after transmission line maintenance: