For years, when it came to making artwork my toolbox usually consisted of just a well-sharpened No.2 pencil and a few clean sheets of paper. Using just these materials, I was able to create some really nice looking drawings that my friends and family enjoyed seeing and gave me a sense of accomplishment.
The only downside to this is that I have a really bad habit of starting a drawing and not finishing. I know that a lot of artists do this, but for me it's not a matter of losing my inspiration or the drive to complete the drawing, it's a matter of...cleanliness. What I mean by that is, usually when I end up finishing a drawing, the drawing itself would be perfect but the paper would be a complete mess due to my habit of almost constantly using a eraser. This is always discouraging because I would have an amazing drawing that I was proud of but looked like I had run it over with my car.
In order to get rid of this problem I have decided to get with the times and trade my pencils and paper for a digital drawing program, I don't have it yet because I need to get the money first but this is what I am going to do.
I have also decided to learn how to use DAZ3D Studio, it's free and even though most of the add-on's cost a bit, I can still find some free stuff to add to the program. CG artwork is something that has really had an impact on me and I figured that I would take a shot at it myself.
Right now I'm just trying to get familiar with the program but once I figure out how to use I will start uploading whatever I come up with.
Oh and one more thing,
I finally received my Bachelors Degree for Music! Now I'm working towards getting my Masters degree for Jazz Guitar.