Yet again, tutorials! PAINTING SKIN:[link] STEP BY STEP: [link]
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Btw thanks a lot for all the attention you gave my previous tutorial from anatomy! That was awesome! Next week I'll try to make something about drawing nose, stay tuned!
Just some practice. Reference used -Thanks Mr Bridgman! These aren't perfect but I like doing studies in ink sometimes since it forces me to work quickly. Manly hands because feminine hands are easy since I'm lucky enough to have a pair for reference.
Another Facial structure reference for you guys to use as a resource in your own work. This is something I've seen to help me draw ears and I hope it helps you as well. Ears can be tricky but if you think of them as a hook, y, and bump, it made drawings ears much easier for me.
Follow the link for the free Ear Reference Sheet Resource download: [link]
Decided to change the titles on these deviations since they are technically not "tutorials" but just my own drawing studies.
For the head angles I used this as reference. It's really handy I must say. One day I shall manage to draw the whole "map" on my own : > At the moment I'm a bit too tired trying to dig out all the othe references I used on the other studies, I'll prob make a journal with links to them sooner or later.