|How similar are your current drawings to those you did as a child?
I think I have a similar sense of humor to the one I had as a child! Its funny, I look back at old drawings I did and can see similarities, ways of drawing certain things that I still do now.
No sure, most of my conscious effort is to draw more intuitively and try to solve visual problems as a child might do. Children haven't developed timidness in their approach to drawing. It's refreshing!
None that I can tell. As a Child I did love to draw Dinosaurs.
I used to be interested in everything mechanical, and wanted to be an inventor, and in a way I still do that, I problem solve to get to the final product.
funnily enough i actually found a load of my old school books from when i was in primary school recently, all of which were full of drawings! i put some of the pictures up on my blog; http://harrietgray.blogspot.com/2009/02/nostalgia.html
the only similarity i can see between that and my work now are the materials used - good old pencils and crayons!
I'd have to say that technically they're much better from when I was a kid. I will say that the same energy and sense of fun in my linework is still there and will hopefully stay that way for a long time.
pretty similar aesthetically, a little similar in terms subject matter. Now I draw nice things. I used to draw scary things. But they are/were pretty fanciful.
Unicorns and Princesses with no chins
Melancholy narratives and Monkeys on a high.
There is NO difference between the two...AT ALL.
I draw myself more flatteringly now. And I draw more sandwiches.
Thats a hard question, but I can see clearly the jentle threads like lines in a hand
Oh very different! I look back on some of my old drawings, even from a few years ago, and I find it interesting how much my style and interests have changed. I did a lot of fantasy type drawings as a child. You know, dragons, and wizards, and fairies, but these days I tend to lean toward the darker, more gothic type. And as a child I would never have dreamed of using three mediums in the one picture!
i see similar ways in which I do things. I've always been very focused on the figure, of people and a narrative aspect of drawing. Even as a kid i was trying to make comics without any real solid skills on how to do it. Also the quality of my lines and the application of media is somewhat similar, when I was little I wasn't scared to just draw a a huge orange line, even if it looked bad. I try to be this bold when I work now.
Im very advance in comparison to my childhood.
Not so different, I draw some childish stories most of time.
They are much better now, i hope. :)
i have always liked to draw the hair, the face and the clothes the best.
As a teenager i wanted to be a fashion designer. The world of fashion is one of my biggest influences and i think it has always been that way.
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