Done in a 30 minute session on facial expressions.Feedback welcome :)
Firstly, good job!
At first glance, I can basically tell the expressions of each face.
Work on your line accuracy. Do a page or so of ghost lines and circles, and use your elbow and shoulder, not your wrist!
Hope this helps, keep it up!
Thank you! I'll keep that in mind. I actually did use my wrist hahaha how did you know?
You're very welcome!
I figured based on the structure of your lines that you were using your wrist. Also, Most artists usually do, and in fact, I still catch myself doing it pretty often, and I've been drawing for almost 3 years!
It's not a horrible thing, but if you watch the pros at work and listen to their advice, everyone will tell you to utilize your shoulder and your elbow for more confident, straighter lines. It takes a lot of practice to build up that muscle memory, but doing so will yield really great results! Using your wrist is great for really fine minute details, but not too great for long lines.
Let me know if you need any further help. Always happy to assist! Stay safe and keep drawing!
Famous job, Noodleay, yet, I've got one little request: Why don't you try loosening and lightening up in your next 10 minute sketch of face/expression, pretty, pretty please, please?? And do you wanna know why??? 'Cause your facial expressions will feel more solid, fluid, energetic, dynamic, and lively. Pray that it will and can work out for you.
Thank you so much