The other half of the @mikeymegamega tutorial on “gym fit girls”.
Digital instead of pencil definitely has an impact on how well I do, but it’s because the tablet is more sensitive. Once I’m more confident in my drawing, the lines won’t wobble as much.
Another tutorial from the anime specialist, lol.
Torso on the right is a little long, but not bad overall, I guess. Still trying to ingrain the structure so that I don’t need to be walked through it.
So I drew these traditionally about a year ago, and decided to revisit them digitally. They’re from Mark Crilley’s book “Mastering Manga” and I do see some improvement. If I can find where I put the old ones, I’ll post them too.
This is from the Manga book I was using a year ago. “Mastering Manga” by Mark Crilley. Highly recommend.
Wanted to re-attempt. It did feel… slightly easier? And it does look a little better than the original, but this one is digital as opposed to traditional so I’m not sure what impact that had.
Picture of my friend Kat Bolado as a superhero. From two different reference photos – one for the hair and face, and one for the pose.
Think I’ll make this a benchmark piece and redo it annually to see how I’ve improved.
So Becky Lynch is pretty much my favorite wrestler, so I thought it was appropriate that she be my first attempt at fan art.
I drew this at a measly 72 ppi, so I need to go back and redraw it with smoother lines, before attempting to color.
Note to self: avoid “web most common” as a document size.
The image I was drawing from can be seen here: https://goo.gl/images/1dvAuX
So, Skillshare is going well. I’m kind of bouncing around checking out a couple of different things (I know, I know… I’m supposed to focus on one thing for a while to see real improvement, but I also wanna make sure I don’t get bored with drawing and lose my steam like happened earlier this year).
These are some more face studies. This is only about halfway through the course I’m doing so they aren’t done yet.