In college, I hated drawing.  Though I graduated with a Bachelor's in Fine Art from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, my focus was purely on digital art.   I took any opportunity to ditch drawing class.

Fast forward to the fall of 2012.  With a renewed interest in comic books, I was looking at art online and decided to try to copy what I saw.  My available materials were sticky notes and a pen.  The results were pretty awful but I tried again the next day, and the following.  It became an impossible problem that I had to solve and quickly regretted skipping those drawing classes.  Sticky notes graduated to sketchbooks, plain pens upgraded to brush pens & markers.  My free time was consumed with figure drawing, tutorials, and seeking any advice on how to build my skills.  I learned the only way to get better at drawing is to draw.  Keep putting the pencil to paper.  Making a goal to draw daily, I've drawn something everyday since the Summer of 2013.  These are some of the results.  Thank you for stopping by to check out my work.

#KeepPuttingPencilToPaper.
-G


-Weapons of Choice-
Rotring 600 2mm Lead Holder
Mitsubishi Uni 2mm lead - 2H

Rotring 600 0.5 pencil
Uni Kuretoga 0.3 pencil
Mitsubishi Hi-Uni leads

Uni Boxy Eraser
Tombow Mono Zero Eraser

Kuretake no. 40 Brush Pen
Platinum Carbon Black Ink

Copic Multiliner SP pens

Pentel Aquash Brushpen - Light Black

Copic Sketch Markers

Winsor & Newton Cotman Watercolors