The tiger looks pretty angry, but I hope that you like the result and that the fur looks "furry enough"!
Reference picture by Arjan Vennema: 500px.com/photo/62310897/angry…
Paper DIN A4 190g/m² (size of the drawing = 19,5cm x 19,5cm); Faber-Castell Polychromos artists' colour pencils, Copic Ciao and Sketch marker, Copic Multiliner 0.05, uni-ball Signo pigment ink um-153 white; time: ~14 hours
Please don't upload my pictures somewhere else without my permission. Don't infringe copyright!
Here are some other traditional drawings:
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If you don't have the time to answer, that is fine! I would just like to let you know that your art is so inspiring to me, and I would love to become an artist like you some day. Thank you for listening, and sorry for the long comment!
When did I start? In Febuary 2014. That's when I decided to draw a bit more seriously. Here's my summary: Improvement Meme
I noticed a change in my art after the drawing break (6 years, see also improvement meme).
For some drawing tips try to take a look at some of my tutorials. You can find some step by step tutorials with some tips and tricks here: quelchii.deviantart.com/galler…
No worries. That's not even close to the longest comments I've received so far.