Wow, nice job here, mate! I like the way you made the lines kind of rough, it gives it a sence of vibrance of some sort (dunno if i make much sense here ) And the white really pops out, it looks like she was bathing in the moonlight or something, again, my compliments on this one
DeeliaBlazeFeatured By OwnerFeb 6, 2013Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is gonna sound rather strange but you really have the breast mastered, I only mention this because the actual shape is something I have struggled with many times over.....anyways 0.0 hope thats not too weird but when I draw life drawings, both my filter and my mostesty flies out the window.
No worries, Savannah! ...and thank you for the compliment! *Doesn't sound weird at all, I joined this online community to "communicate" with fellow adults, who take their art seriously, to share and be inspired!*
I don't think I have the breast mastered, but like I stated in an interview [link] ..."I feel (in my bones) when drawing or painting from life (or photos) one should be looking at the subject 90% of the time and looking at the paper or canvas 10% of the time. Really look at your subject; notice how the strands of hair "wisps" fall on her forehead or the deep grooves of wrinkles that comprise his knuckles. Keen observation is vital, God is in the details!"
With that being said, this drawing was a "study", (a little rough), I didn't spend as much time on it as I did on this one: [link]
DeeliaBlazeFeatured By OwnerFeb 10, 2013Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Okay, good. ^^ I'm glad we see eye-to-eye on that note. Probably one of the things that irritate me the most is when I state something, people take it the other (more childish/ innapropriate) direction and it ends up being a joke when I entirely intended to be serious. You have so much wonderful work!! I love chatting with you, -Sav