digital painting is really fucking hard.
This might sound stupid
I’d rather be the most skilled in the class than have the best grades. I’m glad my design professor could see that I was putting forth the effort even if I wouldn’t have a project printed right away or mounted when I got to class. He just cared about whether I did the work or not, which I did. I’d rather progress as an artist/designer/whatever than showcase that I got an A in this class. Like he said, when portfolio time rolls around, that will be all of our own work without any help from him. I’m 110% ready for it
caitlin is an amazing person
I want to create brilliant concept art one day. I will create brilliant concept art one day. It’s about applying yourself, watching tutorials, getting constructive feedback/critique, practice, practice, practice, more revision… I’m up for it.
after looking at professional concept art all morning
Ok so here’s what I worked on last night. It’s sloppy and unfinished but at least I’m starting to digitally paint. You have to start somewhere, and it’s better to start now than to continue to make excuses for myself to not paint. It’s tough, especially coloring and shadows. I want to do the fine details, but I won’t get to that until I finish painting the textures and what not.
here it is
I painted, I’m not sure how I feel.