My Venice holidays
My Venice holidays
(Several people on my dashboard are doing giveaways now, so I thought I want one too, because I’m bored and enthusiastic :D)
My newbie blog will soon hit 100 followers (thank you so much for appreciating my stuff!), and while to some it might not seem a big deal, it /is/ to me, sooo
So, once it hits 100 (83 atm), I will post a giveaway. I will list all the rules there, but for now I say the winner will get A DRAWING OF ANY OF THEIR SPG OCs (or OCs not related to any fandom; no other fandoms sry) - not the sketchy stuff I offered earlier to anyone who was interested, but an honest-to-gods full drawing like the ones that got so many notes. I sincerely promise to put as much effort in it :D
Not only that - THERE MIGHT BE MORE THAN ONE WINNER. If the giveaway post gets, say, 70 reblogs (I’ll decide on the number later), I will pick one winner. If it gets 140, there will be two winners… and so on.
If so, may I ask you to please share this news with your friends? (and also save me the embarrassment of this not getting any attention, I’m nervous as hell xDDD) The sooner my blog hits 100 followers, the sooner the fun starts ((((:
2 months ago for my friend’s wedding
Practicing of human figure (2) (first post here)
The first drawing was very early one. Weak and unskilled I think. The second drawing was after six months I had started this practice. Look at the tiny circles beside drawings :-) These were given by my teacher because I drew right proportion. So precious.
Someone who studied with me said “It’s just waste my time. Because drawing has to be something sensitive and freely. This practice makes me as a drawing machine.” I agree with her. But, you know, we are comicbook artist so have to be a drawing machine. We need to draw a lot of human body without a model or original picture in various angle for a very short period of time if we want to be a professional.
This practice is for people like that. If you are amateur artist and don’t want to be a drawing machine, you don’t need this. But every professional artist is drawing machine I think. And they always crave for development of drawing skill. So I’ll do this again after finishing my book :-)
Sorry for nagging :)) It reminds me when I was a useless new comicbook artist. I cried a lot in those days.
Tom Hiddleston in Cinemania Magazine October 2013
Some very old ones.
A reflective moment with #TomHiddleston . #photography