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Graphite, Fine Liner, Sharpie.
You should do the sequel...where he has flipped her over his other knee.
great foreshortening and composition in this one, which leads the eye to her red shoes, swinging just above the floor. Everything pivots on his knee, it's the fulcrum of the relationship; either she sits on his knee for cuddles, or she's bent over it for punishment. Marvellous drawing... you must get through whole boxes of black sharpies!
I have boxes of them for it hehe. But very very much so, the pivotal point of it thank you Capt xX
you must be as high as a kite by the time you finish the background, lol
thats you assuming I'm not high when I start hehe
haha that's true... but I can tell from the precision of your lines that you're in control of your fine motor functions throughout. Not being a pencil user, I don't know how you get that subtle grey tone... a blending stub? using the side of the pencil? or do you just grind up pencil leads into molecular dust and brush it across the page with a kakapo feather?
I use my fingers haha. I did it accidentally once and then use my sweat to blend it, then use an eraser to do the highlights I maintain fine motor function when I'm baked because of years of playing guitar while I was legless xD
lol, Lily you're just hilarious typical musician! That's great though, adapting accidents and turning them into techniques. I love it... I watched a tutorial about pencil blending and there are these weird tools that look like sex toys, called "Tortillians"... (no, me neither)... but not for you, nope! it's finger-smudging! And literally putting your own sweat into your work - that's awesome! It does make me start to worry, though, about where the red pigment comes from....
LOL!!! unfortunately blood tends to dry into a brown rather then red haha, but I have looked into the idea happy accidents are the best. Its why teaching yourself something rather then just relying on tutorials allows for 'mistakes' that can become your own style techniques. I did the same in music. I should try finger painting