After a simple daily regimen of a page of loomis a day, it looks like I'm finally here with this little helpful book. I've finished it.
Well I did what I could. It was definitely draining, and I was on and off about it, but the routine finally set in and I put in work day by day, and now I'm here. It's a little milestone in the journey of art, but it's my milestone, and I'm proud of it.
So here's the dump of every drawing I did.
And then the supplementary lessons, which didn't go well at all for me, so I only mostly read the concepts and took feeble stabs at them.
light and shadow was a concept I couldn't quite get. I understand how to set them up but making the shadows project properly? Will need some more time with that. Still, it was interesting to see, and the concept seems reasonable.
Took a stab at the final image, constructing with what I knew so far. I rushed it, but it's not completely an excuse for the low quality. Still, it's a very happy moment for me. It's been quite the ride.
"WHEN ALL IS SAID AND DONE, NATURE IS YOUR
BEST INSTRUCTOR" - Andrew Loomis