Great tutorial nonetheless
For those who are drawing Cartoon Style, this tutorial actually doesn't apply...
And there are some animation Illustrations that have those child like drawings as a style, so telling people to "not" draw like that is wrong.
As I said this tutorial is only for those who want to create work to a realistic sense. It is NOT teaching you "How to Paint"
There is a big difference between how to teach people to draw and how to teach people to paint -.- Please learn that.
There are also different art styles and types out there, so telling people no to draw a nose or eye in that sense (view the example) is incorrect. That kind of eye or nose IS also and acceptable way to draw Work, if you are doing Abstract Workings or even in some Cartoon Workings like Foster's Home for Imaginary Kids -.- When Pablo Picasso drew work that way, I didn't see any of you complaining -.-
I understand that it's telling people to "pay attention" to certain features, but you guys need to also consider what Art Style you are telling people to pay attention to, which leads back my original point -.-
I am PROUD to be a a rude bratt. At least I can freaking draw, which is more than I can say for you or the previous commentor lol.
Oh and I don't really give a damn if my work is generic or not to you, just incase ya'll want to try to start some BS.
Have a nice day ^.^ Oh one more thing... F*** you too
I was hoping that you weren't still a rude brat. Oh well, we can't get what we want all the time. Good luck with that! <3
( Western ) cartoon is a style. Eastern style painting is another thing. She's teaching people mostly to paint the anime/manga style. There was absolutely no need for you to get pissed off about it. She wasn't dictating how one should draw, she was simply giving tips on what one should notice and emphasize when painting anime style. Besides, let's all agree that it looks MUCH better when you know not to draw in the creepy way. Those are seen as unpleasant looking by most even if it is on purpose.
eyes are something I've never managed to get in a way I like.
amazing tutorial. so helpful!!! thank you so much!!
This is really handy~
Also, when you draw the eye (i.e. upper eyelid, lower eyelid, etc.) do you use black or a color that's similar to the skin? It might come down to preference, but I assume the lineart won't get losst in the shading...
The line art is more of a guide than a main feature. I view it as a tool for guiding my colors. C:
I love you.
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^^ Very helpful, yes. XD I liked the nose part, and overall how you added humor to the tutorial.
And your handwriting almost looks like a font-- my handwriting looks like some weird combination of print and cursive while writing on a bus... ^^' Very nice handwriting, to me.