A couple years back I took an art class. The drawing class gave us access to nudes and charcoal. It was eye-opening. I really loved the entire experience, but I ignored it, repressed my feelings and went on with my chosen major.
Well, I guess you shouldn't ignore the voice inside of you. I have a lot of doubts about what I'm doing but I would very much like to be an artist. So I have started to draw in the past couple months. I am doing this sketchbook to hopefully get some advice from others about my work or how I should branch out.
My biggest weakness is color. I don't know how to begin to learn color and photoshop overwhelms me. Can anyone give me tips on what brush settings they use?
I've uploaded a small face sketch I did plus the page I'm working on in Bridgman's anatomy book.
edit: I've uploaded a small female body pose I did w/o ref after taking a small break from Bridgman's. That's the extent of my knowledge of the body, warts and all.
I also forgot to mention that I plan on simply uploading whatever I do, good or bad. I might skip scanning in anything I do on 11x14 paper, since that would require too much time. I want to put my heart and soul out there, and take this as seriously as anything I've ever done.