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Tracing and Reference Marks for Portrait Drawings

Previously I talked about the necessity of drawing from references. This time I want to push it even further and suggest that you trace as well. I am not suggesting to flat out trace something when you are still in … Continue reading

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Improve Your Art by Drawing From Reference

In Mythology: The DC Comics Art of Alex Ross, Alex Ross said on the use of live models, “Before that I have no idea how much I could grow as a draftsman. It was a huge turning point, because all … Continue reading

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My Essential Tools for Drawing and Sketching

Hi everyone! Finally got around to doing some intro videos that I was always planning on doing. I got under the weather last week and finally got my voice back. So for starters, these are videos on my drawing tools. … Continue reading

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Lou Ferrigno Retro Hulk Sketch and the Effects of the Fixative Spray

I would hate to leave a sketch unfinished, so I spent a little more time on this Hulk sketch and now I can call it done. Please click on it for a larger image. What I wanted to briefly talk … Continue reading

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The Hulk Lou Ferrigno Sketch – Achieving an Artistic Look on Shadow Areas

Hi everyone. I wanted to record a video showing a quick sketch of Lou Ferrigno as the Hulk. I had placed my video camera above me and the drawing. Only after I have finished recording what I wanted to show, … Continue reading

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