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The more I dig into a pencil, the more I think of it as a strange material.
I usually draw pictures using a variety of pencils and colors, but if you ask me which material is the better of the two, I don't think I can choose.
From the point of view, the line is densely gathered to form a plane, and the plane spreads out to create a deep atmosphere.
When it comes to color paintings and other charms, it is because I feel that it is a work that leaves all traces of the way I moved and expressed it.
So I think the biggest charm of pencils is that the auxiliary lines drawn to capture the shape become art in and of itself even if the tone is slightly different from the drawn shape.
For those who are just starting out with pencil portrait drawing, let's dig into the pencil one by one.
How does a pencil sharpened with a knife affect the drawing more than a pencil sharpened with a pencil sharpener, how lines and surfaces are expressed differently by the power of the hand, what timing to hold the pencil short and long, and the secret to not clumping even when overlapping lines We'll tell you everything.
Due to the nature of the material, I will make the disadvantages of pencils, which are often dull or easily smeared, into an advantage.
From the most basic shape of a figure to the proportions and the most difficult symmetry! After dealing with the shape of the features in detail, I will try to express the three-dimensional effect without difficulty using the lines and planes I practiced earlier. Lastly, the light and atmosphere that breathes more life, and even the blood that can be felt in the black and white paintings. I will show you step by step how to capture all the moods with just one pencil.
If you know the front, the side is also not difficult. I have never studied a person professionally, and at first I drew a flat picture as it was visible, but then I messed up a lot of pictures, such as why the hell is this part like this, why is it not symmetrical, etc. In the process, I learned I'll give you one to ten tips on shapes and angles that I've come to understand.
Fill the blank paper with a pencil