Want to help @foorayart ,@geekgirlevo and I get to next month’s #RoseCityComicCon AND get some sweet digital art in the process? Well now’s your chance!
Go to :
And peep the various tiers of donations that goes with the kind of art you want. Pretty simple.
Let’s do this!
Yo, Fooray and Chamba are running a campaign to help get them to Rose City Comic Con! You can get some cool art for a great low price in return! Check it!
Timelapse of a 25 Minute Felicia sketch from Darkstalkers.
I wasn’t happy with the way it turned out, but decided to go on ahead and post it cuz I went through the trouble of recording it anyway.
- MUSIC: Do I See Color - Adventure Club
- SOFTWARE: Sketchbook Pro 7
Q:When inking what is the best way to go about using line width? I find myself using the same line width for every line throughout the entire image. Some people say to go over your image to add thickness to certain parts where the shadows may be But I always see artists inking with different variations of line widths effortlessly without going over their lines. What is your advice to break out of this cycle? Does it have to do with pen pressure?
It all depends on your drawing style/method. There is no right or wrong way to draw. I sometimes draw line weights with pressured strokes. Most times, I build up line weight. Often, I use the same line width throughout. It all depends. The method isn’t important; the final image is.
Of course, pressured strokes make for expressive drawings, but etched and built up lines also have a special look to them too. It’s really all up to your personal tastes. The method doesn’t make or break the artist, the image does. Don’t get too worked up on this kinda thing. ^^