I've been drawing since I was very young, though I just recently(A year and a half now, I think) got out of the "AM GREAT ANIMU ARTIST IRL IS UGLY DESU" phase, and am hoping to learn how to draw better comics. Therefore, I started studying realism. Realism turned out to be pretty fun, so here I am.
I've been able to progress some by using the art tutorials here, so thanks for that, I guess. My areas that I hope to be able to work at are colouration, landscaping, and anatomy. Occasionally, I also study bayonettes and other old-fashioned kinds of weaponry, and cool-looking boats, whereever I may find them. My favorite subjects are early 20th century adventures and 19th century gentlemen, and my preferred material at the moment is my mechanical pencil, an A4 scetchpad, and a bamboo tablet, due to the fact that it's rather portable.
My current sources of inspiration are Aubrey Beardsley, Gerda Wegener, Alphonse Mucha, and early 20th century children's stories. I'd like to study the Renaissance masters, although I'm not sure where to start.
Well, thank you for taking the time to read this, and I hope I'll have a good time here.