Luke got his 2 month vaccinations today (Luke Day 63) and was as brave as brave can be. Also the week that Game of Thrones is back (Season 7) so what better excuse to draw a dragon!
Not much time to spend on drawing this year and most of next until I get my Python Specialisation and Java training done. For the second half of 2018 the plan is to step up the drawing and Data Science.
Feel like I’ve made some progress with my drawing over the past couple of years; albeit in piecemeal fashion, but looking at making a more concerted effort within the next year.
So the plan is to continue doing some sketching and make progress with the following training materials (strike-through when done) :
Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain
- Beginners Guide to Sketching
- Figure Drawing for all it’s Worth
- ArtRage on Pluralsight (get familiar with digital)
- ArtRage TV
Get this training done (December 2018) and then time to start working on my personal projects in 2019.
‘Drawing a Day’ not quiet happening daily…but at least I did get some stippling and pointillism practice in today 🙂
Triss Merrigold from ‘The Witcher 3’. Barely scratched the surface with this game and not likely I’ll have much to time to play it and when I do I’ll have forgotten the controls along with the story…RPGs not really the genre for dipping in and out of. ‘Doom’ it is then…if only I could remember the controls!
I bought this (well my parents did) many moons ago as I really wanted to get into programming. Code editors weren’t cheap (let alone free) in those days!
Programming and drawing have always been my passion but for one reason or another I never had the confidence or conviction to stick with them.
I am doing scripting now in my current job along with some Python programming so now at least I’m on the path where I’ve always aspired to be (along with drawing in my spare time)
Now I know I can do this and really no excuse any longer with IDEs and training resources being freely available.