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Hi everyone. I'm 30 year old and I'm starting to make my first steps in getting degree in Fine Art in Game Design. I'm not going to bore you with the story why it took me so long to start it. My goal is to start my career in Video Game Industry as a Concept Artist and I hope this Great Community will help me reach it with the advises and encouragement. I understand that before I move somewhere I need to master drawing and I can say that I almost absolute beginner in it. There are tones of information about drawing I am so confused where to start. What should I do first and where to move after that. Any advice on this issue will help me! Any words of encouragement will help me! I hope I will become an example of the person who started his career late and succeeded, but I will not need help of this Community to walk through this path. Ok, now I'm going to shut up and post some of my images. Advises and critique are very welcome.
Last edited by piligrimius82; January 13th, 2013 at 11:15 AM.
Starting from today I will try to draw every day no matter if it will be 3 hours or 15 minutes per day. I will post every drawing here even if it's going to be a bad one. Right now I'm trying to come up with the study plan how to balance the limited time and how much time do I need to spend on still life drawing, figure drawing, landscapes on so on. Advises on how to put this study plan together is highly appreciated.
Last edited by piligrimius82; January 13th, 2013 at 11:14 AM.
Made a sketch of the candles on the table, house in the park and random shape. Hope you like it.
quick sketch of the Stonehenge from the photo.