Still Life Sketches
Breathing Soul into Inanimate Objects

As a 3D VFX artist, I am always looking for ways to improve my skills and push the boundaries of what I can create. One area I decided to focus on recently was my traditional art skills. I took on the challenge of creating still life sketches, and it was a rewarding experience that taught me so much.

Key Features and Improvements

One of the key features of still life sketches is that they require a great deal of observation and attention to detail. This translates well into my work as a 3D artist, where I must pay close attention to lighting, textures, and other small details that bring a scene to life.

Another improvement I noticed was in my ability to create depth and perspective in my artwork. By studying still life setups and focusing on how objects relate to one another, I was able to better understand how to create a sense of space and depth in my 3D scenes.

Finally, I found that the act of drawing still life sketches helped to improve my hand-eye coordination, which is crucial in both traditional and digital art.

Join Me on My Journey

If you’re interested in seeing more of my still life sketches and following along with my artistic journey, be sure to follow me on Instagram and check out my website.