Thanks! I don't have time to really look, but I can give you some basic advice. If you are serious about art, don't do it half assed, to make any impact at all in art today, you have to be nearly perfect at what you do. Go to an art college get a real training, don't draw from photographs, draw from real life. Pick some artists that you want to be as good at some day, that have a similar style, try to do what they do, only better, and eventually you will surpass them. Study art history constantly. Know what area of art you want to be in, pick a specific focus. For example, I've chosen to go into entertainment design, with a specialty on rendering science fiction technology. To get to that point though, took fifteen years of constant drawing, anatomy study, apprenticeships all over the world ranging from sculpture to oil painting. I took years of art history classes, as well as instructionals from industry professionals. And when I'm not doing that I'm practicing, or self educating myself from DVD's and magazines. If you want to do this, be prepared to devote your life.