I believe it would be better if you post some of your works in the main post, instead of leading peoples to a different link. At least for me, when I click a sketchbook, if it's empty I just skip it go to the next sketchbook. I do not really click off-site links.
Just my thoughts. Aside from that, look forward to see what you continue to post.
@Charlie-Eve-Ryan Well done you on completing this - great job! I agree with @thirdeyeh that if you were trying to improve on this, I would have a real go at trying to mimic the oil brush strokes and the way the colours smoosh into one another...if I look closely at your piece, I can see a distinctive little grain that repeats a lot. This is nitpicky though (has to be, at this level!) and it's very inspiring - so much so, I've started a master copy of one of my favourite illustrators too :-)
By the way.. I know you can make your own brushes, but in case you feel like treating yourself, Kyle brought out an impasto brush set a couple of months or so ago...haven't got them but they look good. https://www.kylebrush.com/#brushes ...I've tried a couple of the oil ones from the Megapack which were nice too. But yeah of course you could save the cash and make your own unique bristle type brush. Or experiment with blenders/smudging and so on (something I'd like to try more of too..) Anyway it's been great to see your process here :-)
Be sure to click on any video in his feed, and that will connect to all his other ones... great wash work with his brush. Mostly watercolor over Inked lines, which he also does... classic comic book work. But really nice to see him draw almost with his brush as he applies color, and not just filling in the shapes.
@Ace-Connell Yes - I completely agree about the left desk - that is one of the things I am going to resolve as I also adjust the size (width of the desks).
I also want to try and get the look of that sample image I shared a bit more - which has the kids at the desks taking up two thirds of the scene vertically - as that places the viewer down in there with them more.
So I may lose the tops of the walls and let the chalkboard go out of frame at the top as well - so that I can fit everything I want into the image. But knowing the angles will line up - makes it so much easier to plan it out - now that I have my head wrapped around the perspective technique better!