I've spent the past year sketching frantically, trying to devote real time to honing my abilities as an artist. In art we tend to have this idea that our creativity and ideas are all that matters, but I've come to understand that skill and practice are also important . I have seen such a HUGE amount of progress in my drawings since I committed time to actually "drawing what I see" and learning HOW to draw a repetoire of facial parts, poses, animals, etc. It makes sitting down and drawing out of my head more productive and less frustrating, and helps me develop my own style.
So most of what you will see here are technically "rough" drawings, as I haven't invested time or money into doing "finished" pieces much lately. Every now and then I still like to do a heavy linework drawing in ink, but more often I'm using pencils and sketch paper. ( In fact, "finishing" a piece is something I struggle with as I tend to respond more to my unfinished work. )
If anyone with experience has advice along the way I'm very open to it! Otherwise bear in mind that the deviations I post are part of a journey, not what I would call the "end product".