Long wall of text shortened. I draw stuff and I work to improve all the time. Examples below!
I wanted to play with the idea of tone conveyed with a single colour. Fun fact: the red guy's face has tone to try and distract from the poor structure. It didn't work.
I've started a thing as suggested by ctrl+paint's Draw 100 video. As you can see, my latent racism rears its ugly head once again.
Some things I need to improve on overall:
: using shapes as an underdrawing to properly convey a subject and understand the structure. Symmetry is a big issue in my stuff.
: make sure to draw with clean strokes and properly learn line weight.
: another thing I've avoided until not too long ago.
Tone and shading
: it's not quite as important as form and line weigh, but if those two are correct, but a form is poorly shaded, you'll know instantly.
: nuff said
Slowing the fuck down
: I get pretty eager to put the lines on the page, and often I end up with a form that is way off from what it should be, you can see it in a lot of the above images, and it's something I'm slowly starting to improve. I'm undisciplined as fuuuuuck.
Bonus points if you actually read this far down, I appreciate any advice you may have and will work to improve on things based on your feedback.