Hey guys! I'm just a young woman trying to figure out this crazy thing called art. I know I still have a LONG, LONG way to go, but I think I'm improving too. Hopefully someday I'll be able to call myself a professional artist. Until then, I'll just keep doing what I'm doing and striving for the best.
I've been a complete self-taught artist. I started drawing when I was - well - a baby. Every baby draws scribbles, right? I didn't really get into drawing however until I was about eleven or twelve. I found a Legend of Zelda fan-comic on the Nintendo forums (that no longer exist unfortunately) and loved the artwork. I was inspired and wanted to try my hand at comic-making. I bought a few "how to draw manga and anime" books shortly afterward. They helped me start, but that was about it. I found I wasn't really that interested in drawing JUST anime style art. Since then, I've just drawn whatever the heck I want. I drew constantly, everyday and almost every minute. I wish I drew as much as I used to, but I don't have as much time anymore. I know if I did, I'd be an even better artist. I've heard a million times, "time is the key to becoming better." But then again, that's true for everything!
Hope this has given you a little bit better insight on me as an artist. If anyone out there is willing to give me some advice and tips on drawing and painting or whatever, I'd greatly appreciate it. I'm always aiming to improve. And feedback is always welcomed (when it's given politely!).