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Shading With Strokes

March 19, 2012

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Shading or building tone is a subject that is very fun for me because there’s such a wide variety of ways and tools to do it with. Blending is the method I started off with and is effective in producing a soft smooth texture, but recently I’ve been feeling a bit adventurous and have been […]

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Recent Sketch

January 13, 2012

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Here’s something I drew over the holidays. Enjoy!

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Tips on Drawing the Nose

January 11, 2012

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For me, the nose is one of the stangest features of the face, especially when you stare at it for long periods of time. It can also be a challenge to draw. Drawing the nose too high, or too low, or drawing one curve too big could completely disfigure the face you’re drawing. That’s why […]

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Tips on Drawing the Eyes: Part 2

December 13, 2011

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Eyes are just so fun to draw! There’s a sense of accomplishment when you’ve drawn an eye just right with the reflection of the light glistening on the iris, when everything is in proportion, and you’ve shaded it to perfection. But reaching this point might be a bit difficult for some, especially if you don’t […]

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Tips on Drawing a Life-like Head

November 27, 2011

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The problem most artist have is that their pictures are too flat, so how are you supposed to draw a 3d object on a two dimensional canvas? Here are some concepts that I’ve learned from a book by Andrew Loomis combined with my own experience.   Let’s assume you start your drawings off with a […]

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