I have that in mind, I just really don’t have time to draw since I’m back at uni :(:(
Hi! Thank you :) Well, I think I’m not going to be very helpful because I often have the same problem. Sometimes I don’t draw for a very long time because I don’t have time/ideas. Inspiration comes literally from everywhere and always unexpectedly. Sometimes it is a song, or a whole album, or a person. I don’t really know how to explain it more precisely. Sometimes when I look at someone very beautiful I think “I gotta draw him/her” and that’s it. And other times I hear a song and an image appears in my mind.
well that happens when notes go crazy
anyways, thank you very much :)
Hi :) Thank you! At the beginning I used to draw coloured portraits with pastels but then I swtiched them for pencils and I was only doing black and white portraits for some time. I’ve started using watercolours recently because I wanted to try something new. I don’t have any specific knowledge on how to use them. I’m mostly just playing with them and usually it comes out quite nice (i think?). I always have a picture of the person I’m drawing in front of me but sometimes I add some additional elements from myself.
that’s actually a really good suggestion! i wanted to draw him once but then i forgot haha. gonna go look for some good pictures
Hello! Thank you very much! About the hair drawings: I use progresso 6 set by Koh-I-Noor which includes 6 woodless graphite pencils (8B-6B-4B-2B-HB-AQUARELL). I don’t use the last one too much though. I think that they’re not absolutely necessary. You can do as you said: by applying different amounts of pressure from a regular pencil. I used to do that before I equipped myself with more pencils. Nevertheless, I prefer having all kinds because it’s just easier for me to draw like that and I like the final effect more. If you want perfect details done, then you should definitely use one of the hard pencils. Also remember to sharpen it well.