I really love to doodle but going from doodle to art can be difficult. If you spend enough time watching "How to Draw" videos on YouTube like I have one thing becomes pretty clear pretty quickly. Those artists are amazing. Obviously, That's why they're making videos.
But what I've noticed is that what they are really demonstrating is less about which lines should go where and more about the thousands of hours they've put into their ability, actively learning the techniques that make amazing art.
Think about it. You don't see a lot of first-graders fumbling with crayons making a video showing you how its done.
But wouldn't it be great if they did? I'd watch those videos all day long.
Because that's where every great artist starts. By putting lines and colors on paper and trying to make something look like anything. And over time your anythings will look less like somethings and more like real things. Or at least real-ish things.
Like robots or aliens or whatever.
These are mine.
I hope you like them.