I’ve come a long way since the beginning of the course. This feels good to really see a difference in my results. What I still have difficulties is determining the correct value of the skin just by looking (something which just needs lots of practice) and is the reason everything is so dark. I hope I’m on the right path regarding stylization and shape design. Feedback is welcome, as always :)
I practiced hair! 2 things I've learned and want to share: 1) Digital drawing hair is hard. I spent 3 solid hours searching for a good brush on procreate, that let's me draw with the control Stan shows in the video. Something I can tell y'all- don't use the texture brushes advertised "for hair". They are too textured or hard to control. I can recommend simple brushes with a bit of texture that react well to pen pressure in order to create sweeping lines. 2) Shading values correctly and nuanced is key here. This skill really needs to get practiced. I will do some more studies before I can chill out on the end of the course ;) . As always: Feedback is welcome!
These are several mouths (newest on the left). I'm feeling confident that I nailed most, will now return back to the noses to practice them some more. (BTW: I don't request critique on this one but can't post it as a simple post, don't know why)
My first assignment which was fun to do :). Thank you for tips and critique, really appreciate it: Head 1-50: drawing the Loomis head from the 3d-Model, doing lay-ins from the practices, some lay-ins from real-life reference photos. I am not yet very consistent regarding line placement. Will definitely repeat this task 50 more times to get more routine!