if you want to draw comics, then don’t draw spider-man headshots over and over.
draw ACTUAL COMIC PAGES: don’t just draw a glory shot of wolverine punching aquaman (you know you were thinking it), because about 2% of comics pages involve stuff like that. pick up an existing comic script, or movie script or even a play/book and draw all the stupid stuff they have to draw: people shopping for groceries, a science lab, kids riding on a bus, kids riding on a bus that is smashed by a giant cyborg lizard (ok, sometimes you do get to draw the fun stuff, i mean it IS comics).
Due to financial reasons, I took a leave of absence from the atelier I was at.
Will I stop studying? Of course not!
I’ve learned a lot over the course of the fall, enough that I can start to self direct for a bit. I guess I can make a schedule once my job situation gets better. For now though, I’m on daily warm ups.
I’ve been lazy updating my progress blog.
Getting into the habit of drawing to learn instead of drawing butts. Captivating as they may be.