Just a thought...but I've seen people that can draw amazing doing digital, but when they draw on paper it doesn't look nearly as good. Is there an advantage to learning to draw on paper first? With digital it seems like you don't have to worry as much about pressure, because you can just hit the undo button. That eyes too big...I'll just resize it. That looks so messy...I can just fade the lines and draw over it. Thoughts?
Just wanted to show you guys my second attempt based off the feedback I got from mr Steve Lenze if you scroll down my first attempt was really bad lol I feel like this one is some what better. I going to draw it again in a few for a third attempt to see if im learning for my mistakes
My first attempt at shading a full figure with this technique. I'm noticing that some of my foundational underlying lines that plot out the muscles are not as accurate as I would like, and those veins are....a challenge, esp when you make it one of the last things to work on and you want to wrap up. I'm thinking things feel a little....rubbery or overly smooth with some of the shading transitions. I'll have to figure out how to handle that as well.