Joined: 19-February 06
From: Tumblr tbh
Member No.: 31,492
^Due to the conversation about drawing male characters, I attempted one. I failed. Epically. ... It sucked so much I didn't even color his skin, or give him a name, or anything. Poor guy. Maybe I'll attempt him later and give him life(sorta)~
It seems the only boy I can draw is Kakashi. And he's feminine enough to count as a girl. Damn...
Joined: 25-July 07
From: Along some river of illogical thought.
Member No.: 48,298
The little animal's so cute, notebook paper again I see I like the shading of the guy, and the pose looks pretty good. For some reason, I think he looks a bit feminine with his arms like that, arching his body. But it's good in that way.
@Rain-alchemist lol. I love the cat picture with your drawings next to it XD And that picture you drew of Edward ain't half bad! It's actually pretty decent. See? You're not horrible at drawing!
@Little Washu The guy's isn't total epic fail, you just made him look pretty, tis all. I'm just wondering what kind of guy style you're trying to achieve, a pretty/cute one, or a muscular one?
Eh, when I make guys, they look rather feminine too. But hey, Alphonse is naturally feminine, can't blame him for that.
Joined: 15-November 08
From: Canada, Eh?
Member No.: 64,679
o////o Thankies, Rain. I'm a natural at using pencils and doing shading like that. I just tend to avoid doing it because it takes forever. I spent over a week drawing that damned guy! T_T And don't get me started on the actual process that I put into the shading... *Head/desk/repeat*