Finally made it back over to the Philadelphia Sketch Club; its been about a month now. Its always really nice to draw from a model. I get a little frustrated because I always seem to draw the same drawing every time I go. Its a different model obviously but feels very similar to every other drawing I do there. Its my own fault, I bring the same materials: pencil and small sketchbook. I also approach it the same way: all of the figure taking full advantage of the paper without running off the sides. I've been doing a lot of looking around at other artists portfolios to get some insight into applying to 2d jobs. It makes for very disheartening experience. It seems like everyone and their blind grandmother can draw or paint better than me. While I value my time at William and Mary, other than feeling really solid in my foundations, it didn't do anything to prepare me for any type of commercial artwork. Fine arts..., sigh. Honestly it was my own fault. Anywho, my drawings:
I know it looks a lot like my other drawings but I tried to use less lines that are more considered. I like the results but it looks nothing like the girl.