I just realised that I never posted my final GCSE art piece that I did during my art exam
My question that I chose was Atmospheres and I wanted to do an atmospheric picture with a person because that’s all I’m good at, the face looks a little odd because the eyes didn’t go that great since they look uneven, but for the sake of a picture done in ten hours on a meter squared canvas, just imagine that her head is tilted
I used a lot of charcoal and chalk, and a little bit of water colour on the eyes and lips (although I’m not too sure it’s that noticable ; v ;) Overall I’m pretty pleased with this and I hope that I’ve got a good grade
yeeaaHH fem!Mello doodle that I did in class because why not
and I’ve been toying with this idea for a day or so but I didn’t like what I drew, I tried keeping Mello’s usual hairstyle, but I’d like to think after the explosion she’d do something like that with her hair??? because sure it’s burnt off and she’s got a big ass scar now, but this is Mello we’re talking about, she’d make it work, and I wanted to give her a hairstyle that wasn’t just a longer version of Mello’s original hairstyle, but it’d still suit Mello, ya know?
but yeah here’s a sketch please excuse the messiness and crappiness
ahh I’m sorry but I’m not taking requests at the moment, ; A ; I’m very busy with school and course work, I’m sorry!
BECAUSE I WANT IT TO BE TUESDAY SO BADLY
how are these tw o not canon yet i don’t understand
Having troubles with facial angles in your drawing style?
The program is called Sculptris and is a free off-shoot program from Zbrush, that program that you keep hearing about but either takes selling your kidneys or piracy to actually use.
If you download it and sculpt out a facial model, you can have references for your own work for all of time. No more endlessly searching Google for reference materials or twisting/rotating/flipping a drawing to see if there are flaws. And you can easily edit it to create more facial types. This way, you can make character references for any and every face and facial angle that you can think of.
The program offers mirroring right from the start, so your faces will be perfectly symmetrical. You can turn off the symmetry for things like scars or otherwise.
It takes a little time. For instance, I downloaded the program on Christmas and, in my spare time, this took a few days of getting familiar with the program (first day) and then sculpting for a few minutes each day, mostly due to my perfectionist nature. And this one isn’t even done. I still have to mold the mouth, ears, and other smaller aspects before I consider it done. However, I was so giddy over the possibilities that I wanted to share this with my fellow artists.
From now on, I have reference for a face in my own style and will be able to create things so much easier in the future.
I hope that this helps you guys and that you have fun with it.
I absolutely recommend Sculptris!
I keep forgetting that these kinds of art programs require a crucial ingredient: talent