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  • Skull Drawing

    Drew it freehand the other day.
    Decided to share it...

    Tell me what you think?

    I know it's not the best...
    But cut me some slack, it's the first skull I've ever drawn. n_n"


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    But...I likes the butterfly...



  • #2
    very good. better than a lot that i have seen. what medium. looks like sepia pencil
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    • #3
      Originally posted by lightdragon View Post
      very good. better than a lot that i have seen. what medium. looks like sepia pencil
      Just a regular #2 graphite pencil you get from the store. (:
      And I used a torn and rolled up piece of paper to smudge.

      Thank you very much. (:

      But...I likes the butterfly...


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      • #4
        Originally posted by iiRawrDinosaurii View Post
        Just a regular #2 graphite pencil you get from the store. (:
        must be from the scanning. as the color got distorted.

        And I used a torn and rolled up piece of paper to smudge.

        Thank you very much. (:
        now for the professional list of things to get if you want:

        kneaded eraser: good for smudging or or areas where there was graphite left on your hands and it smeared on the paper. also good for stress and making little creatures as it almost like play-doh or clay but harder.

        also it's time to try pencils with various hardness. offhand #2 is similar to an HB. you might want to experiment with softer graphites such as a 2B or even a 6B or even harder ones like a 2F or 6F

        also try to use the cheapiest quality of paper like newsprint for pratice stuff.

        for the supplies you can go to amazon.com or
        http://www.pearlpaint.com/

        these are relatively cheap.

        also a book on drawing heads or general anatomy.

        one book is Constructive Anatomy by George B. Bridgman is a good one. but this one is for figure in general.(also one my teachers was a student of his.)
        Albinus on Anatomy by Robert Beverly Hale might be better as this one is geared towards bones as well as inner muscles.

        keep up the good work. I would love to see more pics.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by lightdragon View Post
          must be from the scanning. as the color got distorted.
          Yeah, I should have mentioned that. D;
          I don't have a scanner, so I had to take a picture with my phone.


          [qoute]now for the professional list of things to get if you want:

          kneaded eraser: good for smudging or or areas where there was graphite left on your hands and it smeared on the paper. also good for stress and making little creatures as it almost like play-doh or clay but harder.[/quote]

          I used to have one.
          It became to old.
          (:

          also it's time to try pencils with various hardness. offhand #2 is similar to an HB. you might want to experiment with softer graphites such as a 2B or even a 6B or even harder ones like a 2F or 6F
          I already have some. (:

          also try to use the cheapiest quality of paper like newsprint for pratice stuff.
          That drawing pad was like, two bucks I think.. o:
          It's my practice drawing pad.
          I have two others that are both over 10$ that I try to save for extremely well done artwork.
          I didn't expect this one to come out so well. xD

          one book is Constructive Anatomy by George B. Bridgman is a good one. but this one is for figure in general.(also one my teachers was a student of his.)
          Albinus on Anatomy by Robert Beverly Hale might be better as this one is geared towards bones as well as inner muscles.

          keep up the good work. I would love to see more pics.
          Thanks. I usually don't get books for drawings. I just look at pictures online and draw.
          I don't really have much money, and the expensive drawing supplies are from Christmas (I celebrate it with the part of my family who are still Christian)
          and from my birthday. (:
          But my mom usually gets me books, so I'll have to try to see if I can get one soon.

          Thank you so much. (:
          I'm going to be going to the tattoo shop today to show Marco.
          he's the one I'm hoping to be my mentor next year.
          If he accepts and we have the money for it...
          -fingers crossed!- :D
          I'll be working on some new stuff while I'm at the shop,
          so hopefully new things will be up soon. (:

          But...I likes the butterfly...


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