I like how symmetrical you get ll the features. I personally am terrible at this, and greatly admire those who can live their lives without the staining specter of a pervasive right-hand slant.Bless yr clear-sighted balance, my lad!
Nice wip type of drawing. Trace it in Manga studio and turn on the symmetry mode. Might be a fun way to get there.
Done that before and see the "SLANT" on the hand drawn. As "staining specter of a pervasive right-hand slant' haunts all my drawings. Some more than others I took more care with this even if it's not perfect either. I need to train my eye on this more often as I initially start a drawing. Doing it on a computer is a cheat with the flip and tweaking (but it nice to be able to). Best to learn NOT to do it is train your eye and hand traditionally.
I like a little bit of asymmetry, even in drawings that are meant to be perfectly symmetrical. Flipping with the computer might make it a little too mechanical. Symmetry always gives a spiritual or religious feel to the piece, like these are goddesses you are drawing.
Shaping up nicely. Take it into photoshop and make a silhouette of it. Just to check on areas you might want to push or edit.
Tom Moon, for some of us every drawing is spiritual.(PLACE WINKING ICON WITH TONGUE HANGING OUT HERE)
Post a Comment