First, let me say that I feel embarrassed that my aspirations are sooooo far from my actual skill-set.
Since I can remember, I used to draw. Unfortunately, when I was around 12 years-old, something happened and I just stopped. No more drawings, it suddenly became "the thing I used to do when I was a kid". Long story short, 10 years later I see myself finishing law school, wishing my life had gone by completely different ways. Couple months ago, after years feeling "I know I wasn't born for this" I decided is was enough. I'm going back to my origins and will find a way to work with my passion: Art.
Though I _probably_ won't be following the path of illustration or concept art, but rather 3d CG, I want to learn how to draw/paint/illustrate well. Moreover, good traditional skills are always a BIG PLUS for CG anyways.
I don't have much time, as I still have to finish college and have to practice 3d as well but I'm willing to follow every advice and absorb every critic. I will do my best to feel what I can only imagine: the satisfaction to see my thoughts becoming beautifully real.
I'll start by posting some of the drawings I did when I was a kid. Not sure if it's worth anything but here they are.
All these were copied from magazines I believe.