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Jun 29, 2011 | 6:16 PM EDT
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An Idea I've wanted to draw for a while now, but I could not get the hair right. ever. While I can't draw people, I am good at basing stuff off references, where I got the basic hair shape. As you could probably tell, the guy is insane, and yeah, there will be blood.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not bad

You certainly did the job making him look insane. If you need help on doing parts like the hair I'd say referencing and observing is the best way to go. The more you look it up the clearer your ideas are going to be. I tend to google image different hairstyles whether they're drawn or photographed.

The practice of figurative drawing tends to help alot for those who have trouble with anatomy. It doesn't have to be drawn from live people as long you have the general shape or concept of what a body should look like. It looks like you have the just of it.
The rule of thumb for an artist is that the more you do sketches according to observations and study even if it from a mirror (which is a really good tip).
Very original, keep up the good work!

shadowthe1337 responds:

Oh, yeah, the hair is directly based off a google search. I'm glad that it seems to be original, as that's what I go for.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Alright! :3

That's some decent artwork, eh :3
I like the hairstyle, you don't see similar ones that often. the bloody eye somehow makes him look creepier.
But the neck kinda seems crooked (the line on the left of the viewer's perspective is a bit odd) and the legs are a bit too thin for his pretty masculine body. And I guess you don't like to draw hands, eh? :D I know they're complicated to draw at the beginning, but the more you practise, the better they'll become (you could start by drawing your own hands in different positions and from different perspectives).

shadowthe1337 responds:

The only reason his hands are behind his back is because he probably has something leathal hidden behind his back. but yeah, hands arn't my favorite. I'm fine with gloves and armored hands, just not normal hands. and yes, the legs are a bit off, but meh....and thanks for the drawing advice, too.