Softer lines are also better for creating little wrinkles without having them stand out too much. I'd recommend you'd use a softer pencil like a 2B
ZucchiniJuice wrote:Intriguing question, do you just ask these people to strike a pose and you'll just draw them on spot or...?
Anyways, some details on the face you should skip on drawing lines with.
like sme portions of the lip, areas of eyes, etc. Also, you can thicken/darken lines on areas where things overlap, places that would be covered in shadow, etc. (Basically go ahead and make it somewhat stylized. Cuz linework can never be 100% accurrate. blah blah yeah.) But keep up the good work ray-my-boy. I see you are getting better and better.
Blademaster wrote:dude, that's improvement right there. how long did you spend on it ?
I like the folds and the cheesy smile of him.
Shading is spot on, a way to go buddy.
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