I feel like learning some things about paneling and composition have made thumbing really fuckin' difficult for me, like i'm over-thinking everything and that in turn makes it more difficult. I'm not really sure though.
i've been having a lot of trouble drawing faces lately, too. I can't seem to wrap my head around the way a skull is shaped. I know I knew how it worked at one point, but I got so comfortable in the way I drew facial features that I've lost my sense of where they go on the face--thus it ends up very wibbly and/or lopsided, and the face is often too big.
one thing i know i do is that i draw faces very long and foreheads very short, i suppose that 'its my styyyyle' but i think it might be messing me up a bit on the whole skull shape thing. perhaps i should try drawing faces in better proportion to get the right idea again? what do y'all think?
oh fuck right and i was wondering if anyone had any tips on drawing buildings/cities/city streets with character. I know i'm fully capable of drawing them correctly, but they so often seem flat and lifeless and really fuckin' boring and I often catch myself drawing the same features over and over again on several buildings.
Basically, I'm asking for your help. Does anyone know of any resources/have any tips? I feel like I'm yet again at a stage in my art where I need to stop and re-evaluate my knowledge on a bunch of things.