Hey! I think there are online places that let you offer your skills for freelance work, such as Fiverr, and Upwork. Those places will charge you a percentage of your earnings though, for the maintenance of the site and as a fee for facilitating your interaction with clients. Have a search and there might be more online in your area. Otherwise, if we're taking it off the web, it never hurts to get to network with artists near you. Look for local art groups to join and ask around there. Let your intentions for employement be known. Selling your art at conventions and local art events is also a way to get your name out and earn some money, maybe even team up with another artist and run a stall together? I think if you build a strong network around your local area, that can really help. They can also notify you when jobs or opportunities come up. Hope that helps :)
Wow! I think it looks great man. You've captured a real twinkle in the eyes and had a real go at the rendering. The original reference's face is a bit shorter and wider than this. Take Stan's tip and boot up a digital drawing software like photoshop. Then, superimpose the original reference on top of this photo in a separate layer and line it up as best you can. Then turn the reference on and off and play a game of spot the difference. It's a useful exercise in training the artist's eye. Then, if you're feeling driven, try to do quick redraw based on what differences you picked and focus purely on the proportions. Don't worry too much about shading on the second go. You've already proven you've got the skills and now proportions is what needs a bit of love. Best of luck!
My tricep assignment studies. Struggled with identifying the medial head, especially on the medial side where it kind of blends with the brachialis muscle. Any tips on this or general feedback are greatly appreciated. Thank you
Here are some of my assignment Images. I struggled a bit with the placement of the hyoid bone and the muscles that attach to it. Also, In other text, I see that the muscles attached to the hyoid appear thinner than those shown in Stan's demos Feedback is greatly appreciated!
Assignment Post. I used the 3D model for the first 86 then photos from my phone for the rest. Tried to stick to keeping everything perfect 1/3s and resisted trying to draw features lol. Tried to draw the necks from imagination, they were a struggle. Very open to critiques. I really enjoy seeing everyone’s posts, this is great 👍🏼 I also attempted to apply the Loomis method to my dog’s skull as a bonus!