2D, Color Studies, and Storytelling
Big Grin 
Hi! I'm here to practice storytelling, full color, interesting perspectives, and just getting the hang of speedpainting in general. I'm between jobs but have a history of doing illustration work. I really wanna amp up my game. Anything helps!

In particular I've really improved when people say things like, "Overall, your underdrawings are nice, but you need to pay more attention to directional lighting" or other things like "You're not challenging yourself enough, try [crazy perspective] or [weird idea]." or even just calling out what's working and what's not. I love hearing what people have to say.

Color speedpaints:
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Grayscale Volume/texture Studies (may color them later):
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Studies from life:
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More later!
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Trying to integrate glitch effects with visual storytelling.

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