Awwww anon! I’ve just had a pretty crappy and exhausting day and that is honestly one of the most wonderful things you could tell me ♡ Thank you so much, it is beyond awesome to hear that !!!! /high fives you HAPPY DRAWING!!! ;3;
Finding out you’ve been drawing your lines on the background layer and spending as much time as it would take to just redraw the lines on trying to salvage the mess that is your lineart and also your life.
I made a Sam pack for somebody on commission ;u; I can’t share it because it’s theirs for personal use.
But yeah! Maybe! Sam and Dean are my favourites too, so!
I am honestly not the best person to ask on advice for this as I still feel supremely incompetent with anatomy (which I think shows) ;u;
IThe best advice is to study from life, references of skeletons, muscle groups etc. Then develop your own method on how to draw the body! What works for someone else won’t be the same for you.
When I actively try to improve I usually draw from life, references, look at tutorials and then take what I can from different ones. Eventually you gain a better understanding of how the body works, and it’ll show in your drawings. I really, really need to put more effort into doing this myself. But when I have gone through leaps of improvement, it’s been becuase I’ve just been drawing A LOT and looking at things!
Got my hoodie from Momalish!
EEEE, I’m thrilled!!!!
I did this sketch/colour practice the other day idk
Good question anon! I used to have this problem. Especially if I was drawing something like a live action character.
Honestly the best advice I can give you is just to practice gesture drawing, as quick as you can. THIS is a very useful site which can help you, select the time you want to practice with.
Getting the gesture down, giving an overall impression of shape and movement as opposed to spending too much time on details is a really great way to practice this ;y; You can apply the same technique to faces, getting the expressive features of the face down before starting on any particulars. Try and draw with as few lines as possible- you’ll start to pick up which ones are neseccary!
I’d also say take time to properly study anatomy so that you can bend it to your own style (I’m sure you’ve heard that it’s not wise to stylize/simplify anatomy unless you know the basics first)
I’m sick today but this came in the mail to cheer me up! Thanks guys!