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Newbie artist in love with pencils, paper, paint, canvas, wacom tablets, and my iPad. Most of my scribbling is random geometric doodles but I really like drawing human forms, landscapes, and still life stuff.
When I started drawing about a month ago it was to escape from the digital world that I'm stuck in at work. Now I'm hooked on drawing and painting on my iPad with an app called Procreate. It's pretty addictive and it's easy to get the iPad out for a quick sketch while I'm at work or just chillin' at home. I kinda feel like I'm cheating on my pencils and charcoal.

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ArtsUnknown Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2013
This is super late, but thanks for the watch =) Sorry I've got no artwork to show right now...
maffeloscher Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Student Artist
thanks for the watch c:
Xephalia Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the watch :o Why, though? Just curious :P
By the way, what did you use to learn anatomy? I need to learn some too, so.
robbjosf Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012
Hey why not, right? I like to see what people are up to and how they're getting on with art.
Basically I just use my eye to figure out anatomy. I found a couple skeleton photos here on DA which help a bunch and I also have a couple videos on YouTube that talk about gesture drawing and anatomy. Good stuff is out there.
black-racoon Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012  Student General Artist
Thanks for the fave! And welcome to dA!
robbjosf Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012
You're welcome and thank you. So far I'm diggin' the community here. Lots of inspiring art for sure!
DaAtari Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2012  Student Filmographer
If you want more help and guidance in trying to pursue arts I suggest you move over to the ConceptArt Forums, the people are very helpful there and there is a section for sketchbooks where you dump incomplete drawings and practice sketches and people help guide you through. It will give you a lot more feedback compared to deviantart.
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