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Skull Studies 003 — Third skull study, this time of a 2/3 view, and this time drawn using Artflow. This app felt much, much nicer to sketch with, and the paid version's wide range of brushes and pens are great for colouring & shading. The result is certainly more realistic by comparison. Definitely recommend trying it out.
Skull Studies 002 — Another skull study, this time from side-on / profile view. For this drawing, I chose to use Adobe Photoshop Sketch to see how it felt compared to Autodesk Sketchbook. Whilst the brush tool can get some really nice clean looking lines, the range of tools overall is very limited, and the result is more of a simpler illustration than a proper sketch-based drawing.
Skull Studies 001 — In a bid to better my drawing skills and sketching abilities, I picked up "Portrait Drawing" by Joanna Henly. The first set of exercises are to study and practice sketching the skull to get a better appreciation of shape and form. This drawing was created using Autodesk Sketchbook. The four stages show each of the steps taken to get to the final image. Rough pencil outline, inking out the de...