- put a paper under your drawing hand, so you donít smudge anything
- use a reference that is as large and detailed as possible (for example in this case: 2500 X 1600 pixel)
- take your time trying out brands and pencils (I prefer Faber Castell)
So, this is my promised skin tutorial. To be honest it was weird to do, because Iíve never paid much attention at how I draw. Analyzing my steps was pretty interesting.
Most of my pictures arenít that detailed like you can see here. I just did it to have a good example for my tutorial. How many details you put into the skin depends mostly on your reference.
Please be also aware that this is just my way of doing it. It can be right for you, too, but maybe for you a different way works better.
As always, if you have any further questions feel free to ask
This is a tutorial for my picture Sam Worthington.
Thank you so much for all your tutorials. They're helping me a lot.
Do do you ever use the H value pencils? I never use them for drawing, are they of any use in shading and texture?
Thanks for sharing it!
I use just ordinary printer paper. There is nothing special with it. In my opinion it's more hekpful to have good pencils than good paper. My favorite brand is Faber Castell.
Thank you for sharing this