I bet! What size is this? I have a fear of doing full body realism, I have a hard time with drawing facial features on a small scale. Lol, well and it still gives me a hard time on large scale as well XD
It is 11 x 14. What size drawings do you typically work with? Yeah I don't do full body often so it was weird for me and kept having toe erase and rework areas with it. xD From what I saw in your gallery, looks like you're doing really well with it.
9x12. I had a request a month back to do another cosplayer drawing from one of my friends here. The ones I liked where smaller full body shots, so I decided to go for it...actually just started it today. The biggest issue is the lips are soon thin, thinner then my pencil tip diameter which is tough. I really hate the "H" family pencils so I tend to use my mech pencil for it. Lol yeah tons of erasing and reworking in the face areas.
thanks!! I just started drawing in May, lol needed another hobby besides thinking about my work. the transition from anime to realism is tough, I find comic work to be a lot easier, but I love the challenge of learning a realsitic approach. I enjoy doing both a lot, which is why I have a really random gallery.
Oh okay. Yeah I find that thinner lips are a bit more challenging to draw too. Oh wow that does sound difficult if it's smaller than the lead. :s Ph okay. I use the "h" family mostly. xD
you're welcome!! Wow you're growing really fast as an artist I think then. It is. I still have a tendency to draw some features, especially hands, as more cartoonish than realistic. Same here, comic work is more relaxing where the realism I have to focus more. Random gallery, I can relate to that too.
I need to learn to use the H fam. lol they exist for a reason.
Thanks ..It is easy to draw hands cartoonish, but as long as you know how to shade and render them props, you can get away with no one noticing! Realism takes so much focus, I can only do it for like an hour at a time.
I'm lame with mechanical pencils. I should practice more with those.
You're welcome. Ah that's true. You can always hide some stuff in the shadows of shading. It really does. Same here. I have to teak breaks from it by drawing cartoons or comic book characters between projects. It's weird because realism with flowers isn't the same. It's just with drawing people. Idky.