Before I started high school, I wasn't good at anything. Nothing. Did that bother me? No. It would now though. But I have found something that I think will work out someday in the future (besides guitar).
I love drawing. I only have 2 types of pencils: HB and 2B but I work with I got. I have some India Ink which has probably dried out by now, . I will use that medium occasionally.
Around middle school, I made a little series of comics that my friends liked reading. I don't remember exactly what I wrote or drew in them but I'm sure they were terrible .
Then came high school. I took a "proper" drawing class for 3 years and only learned about 1 and 2 point perspective. The older talented guys overshadowed everyone else and gained my teachers attention most of the time. Though I found out what I liked when I bought my first sketch book. I've gone through several of them in those years...
I started drawing anime in those sketchbooks; a noobish move
Those years I always had this desire to make a manga (comic) about a squad of soldiers preferable in a WWII setting. But it takes a lot of motivation to work on something so lengthy.
So here's a look at where I kinda began in drawing
-2008 I played around with ink.
I see now how practice can make a difference in a little bit of time. It applies to everything you work at.
I still got a long way to go. I didn't write this blog to show off but if that's the way it appears then forgive me . I wanted to make my profile more interesting.