Great gallery you have here, plendid work, I´ve just become an admirer of you...you´re a well of inspiration... Maybe this group [link] is something for you... We just started and have great fun sharing the joy of drawing. come and have a look if you like, I think you would blend in perfectly! Anyway, regards and respect from TheSignmaker
you know...I used to. I've only been drawing for 18 months. When I first started, I wasn't good enuf, then when I got better, folks wanted to hire me, and I found it became work, instead of pleasure. It's my one and only escapes from the world each day I'm flattered that you asked though. Out of curiosity, what did you have in mind?
Here's my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org . If you could email me, then I could give you a better idea with sample attachment photos. My company is looking to put together a Pitch Package for a Video Game that we're creating. By the way, my name is Jason.
Below is a copy/paste from a tutorial in my gallery folder
14) NEGATIVE SPACE: One great trick I learned, was to use a small nail, duct tapped to an old pencil, as a stylus for scratching out whiskers, white hairs, highlights, etc. IMPORTANT: PRACTICE this before you ruin a drawing. Get an old piece of drawing paper, and practice the procedure. What I do, BEFORE (key) I put any graphite on the area, is hold the paper sideways in the light, so I can see where I am scratching, and I make the needed lines, hairs or whiskers in the paper. THEN, I rub a pencil SIDEWAYS over the scratch mark, to Expose the white lines. I can then draw between them, or what ever, but the effect is amazing to me! It’s a PERFECT tool for creating white whiskers, white hair (against dark back ground), etc. You will find many uses for this! The MAIN concept of “Negative Drawing” is that you create what you are trying to draw, NOT by drawing it, but by drawing first what surrounds the object. Hair is a perfect example (hair type depending). Hair should NOT be many pencils lines, but the shadows BETWEEN the hairs, which by default, will create the ILLUSION of hair. The same with teeth. I draw the dark areas AROUND the teeth, which as a result, forms the shape of teeth.