I finally finished my video for restating lines. It’s actually a very simple techniques but it helps improve your drawing immeasurably. It helps you to not draw the same mistake over and over again.
I really have a lot of fun creating drawing videos. It’s also fun to design and create worksheets. I’m working on one for negative shape drawing, shading, and my new one for restating lines. My next video goes back to basics and talks about restating lines instead of erasing all the time. I think I make videos faster than I can make the worksheets to go with them!
I finally figured out what I’m going to talk about for my intermediate to advanced fellow bloggers. . . shading! I watch a lot of “how-to” videos to improve myself. One thing I noticed is that there aren’t that many that really demonstrate how to shade. I mean effectively. So I can understand what-the-heck I’m doing and can repeat it for any drawing I do! Anyway, I have my work cut out for me. Here is a quick tutorial about making a dramatic shadow.
My latest tutorial is for intermediate artists. I figured I should do a tutorial for other artists beside beginners. This is a little trick you can use so you don’t cut off the back of the head. A lot of times people who know how to draw make this simple rookie mistake. This measuring trick will make sure you never lop off half the head when you draw.
I was supposed to release my new video for intermediate artists yesterday but I’m behind in my editing. I’m making a few videos at once and editing them. It will be up very soon. Sorry for the delay.