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
Drawn especially for temple-ait ❤
Last night, I got two fanmails about art, life and dreams. They were so much beautiful like poetry I almost cried when read it. I was an art teacher in a school for a long time (have an art class for adult now) and hopeless idealist. So…….you made me extraordinary happy. His smile is only for you guys, ca*********c, m******!
I’m totally in love with you now! Thank you! I’m so very happy!!!