I bid you welcome traveler, for you have reached a sketchbook in which I will document my continued failures on my quest to become GREAT. The road to GREATness is plastered with obstacles such as perspective, proportion, composition, values and various others, which are fearsome foes indeed. Every sketch I do will slowly chip away the mask of those enemies which I hope to defeat.
Enough of the dramatic entry texts tho, let's just focus on the art.
///1. A skull study
This must be one of the only things I've drawn in forever that I actually like.
///2. Value study of a back
I messed up the perspective/proportions and I had a really hard time figuring out the nuances in the back. It was a horrifying experience.
///3. A self portrait
I seem to have huge problems when it comes to hard lighting. The mouth seems to be perspectively wrong, the brows are too high and the jawline doesn't resemble mine. I need to contruct more.
Reference: A mirror
Bonus: a gif of my drawing process, maybe its helpful for critique
Critique is very much appreciated and I only implore you to point out everything that is wrong and tips to improve.
Thank you very much.