What brush + settings do you use, to draw the sketch lines and make them 'thin out' as the stroke ends? My scetches look so squared and clunky.. yeah thats the word for it. I want them to be smooth, hard with soft ends. Basically like yours
well idk what u would call this but my art teact this year told me that when you look at the body's muscles they are all convex. lol so yah haha but i love these especially ur hand ones. i suck at hands and it helps
Always find arms had to draw too, but yours are very good. Even though I'm far from perfcect at them constantly so only tips I can think of of top of my head, are that the deltoid muscle has a double dip kind of, like it goes in a bit then out again, there's a little bumpy near the wrist aswell though I cant remember the name but you can see it on the outline of an arm. I can never get my head round the bend in the arm though, Getting that elbow joint area right, I just cant seem to get my head around it. Helps to think about the bones underneath more I tgink.
I suck something awful at drawing arms. I don't even know why. I was always told that human hands would be the hardest anatomical feature to draw, but arms are so unconquerable to me. They never seem to have a definite shape. Anyway, I digress. I would like to thank you for making such a helpful reference sheet.
I'm a new fan of your referances XD But... there seems to be alot of the "skin" refferances (and male) that are all muscular. I like drawing skinny(er) guys myself and it would be great if you could put up some refferances on that type as well. Unless, you already have an I just havent gotten to it yet, and if thats the case then please ignore my stupidity >.<
hey, how about bent poses...? or perspectives from above and below...? i need some of those...XD hey, what would you want to do some models for me? -///- i can't give you money or anything though..... >.<