Yep, it’s me.
It’s cool you’re really getting into art, but if you intend to get better:
Don’t be offended by critique, it’s nothing personal. Use them as a guide to make your craft better and further your ability.
Aesthetically your drawings still seem a bit flat. When you are practicing how to draw, you should really start out with still lifes first. Take a simple object (like a bowl of fruits), but a light source on some angle, and attempt to draw it.
This is an EXCELLENT practice for modelling, texturing, and shading (most ESPECIALLY with the light sources and shadows). It is the right direction for learning how to draw 3 dimensional objects, or at least the illusion of 3D.
You can slowly “graduate” from a bowl of fruits, to say… a pet. Then a human. You’ll slowly realize that most entities in nature are just a combination of geometric shapes and volumes. You’ll learn how to draw a 3-dimensional object’s surface, lighting, and shadowing in no time.
- Wouldn’t hurt to pick up some books on drawing tips (especially how to draw humans). Some essentials include:
a) How to draw a face, and correct placement/location of eyes, noise, ears, mouth
b) How to draw appendages and torso
c) how to draw certain musclatures
d) correct proportions of body parts (For example, I think an average male is about 7-8 heads tall)
That’s all I can say for the matter. Great start, though.