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05-06-2012, 01:45 AM
Cool sketchbook, it's nice to see you have such an interest in talking a variety of subject matter and that's a good thing!
To go off of what Kherns was suggesting, don't put a time limit on yourself - especially with your studies. At least, right now! You still have a lot to learn and you won't have anything stick with you if your going too fast. Slow down and really think about what you're seeing, what you're drawing, why is it like that, how to communication with an audience on your subject matter, and then test yourself later on what you remember and what you don't. "Speed comes with knowledge" is the best line I've heard on these forums, it's something you should really consider. Art is no race against anyone else, it's just yourself vs. you.
With painting in general, work from bigger shapes to smaller. That means, start off with a bigger brush, and then go down into the details.
Here's a little tutorial that's extremely well known and I think it would benefit you. It covers a lot of the fundamentals and is rather easy to understand. http://androidarts.com/art_tut.htm
The key thing about art is to never stop drawing. So keep it up!
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