Drawing Women...Best Practices and Things to AvoidFirst, I would like to point out that this post is only for one type of person...someone who happens to be a fan of my art and how I draw females and who is looking for tips on how I personally go about drawing ladies. If you do not fit into this category, then this post is NOT for you. Everyone is different, and you may hate my art, and that's perfectly fine, but if that's the case, you can stop reading now.Drawing Women...Best Practices and Things to Avoid by torsor
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That being said, since my time to draw is now extremely limited, I thought to myself, "instead of being stingy, why not share what I've learned (or what I THINK I've learned) with other young artists starting out...hopefully they'll create the art I wish I had the time to do myself!"
I may put up illustrations to go along with this post if anyone wants more details as to what I'm trying to communicate. Okay, on to the tips.
TIP #1) DON'T BE AFRAID TO COVER THE "SQUISHY" PARTS: Whether it's because an 'okay' artist is simply trying to distract viewers from the inadequacies of their