I drew the sketch in school. When I got home and looked at it again, it didn't feel like made by me at all. Or what do you think?
Ensinnäkin: agh ihanat linet niin puhtaat ja siistit ja suorat
Ja sit väritys kans, niinku aina tommonen loistava -etenkin hiukset! :3
Ilmekkin kans hyvin onnistunut ja kasvot, mitänyt silmät näyttää pikkiriikkisen derpyiltä mutta senkin sivuuttaa aika äkkiä kun on muuten niin mahtava
No kiitos! Symmetrisyys on vähä hankalaa jostain syystä Siks tykkään piirtää kulmasta.
Mahtavaa kun tykkäät mun värityksistä Siitä osasta mä pidänkin eniten. Tai oikeestaan vielä enemmän valoista ja varjoista! Lineart on kamalaa!
Joo kulmasta piirtäminen on mullekin jotenkin luonnolista, en sit tie miks x3
Jep aina kaikki varjostukset ja valotukset on sulla loistavasti ja lineart!
Voit väittää itsellesi toisin >:3
I think that even on your off days, you're a much better artist than I am. I'm barely able to draw pony legs, and faces are impossible for me. Tess still looks amazing here, even if you derped her eyes.
Practice makes best, right? It's been a rough journey for me to get even this far. Just force yourself to improve. Don't let go, ever. Failure won't be an option. Keep telling these things to yourself while you draw. And above all, enjoy what you're doing.
Derped..? I was going for a freaky expression intentionally...
Well...I just uploaded my first pony drawing earlier. I don't think it's that bad, really. It's probably me being a perfectionist again.
I took a look. Legs look quite fine, oh yes. You did say you had some trouble with the face. But you'll get it right yet.
For me it helps when I visualize the structure of what I aim to draw. Piece by piece. And when I think I know how each part is formed, then I just draw it in any position I want. Try that. I recommend drawing the parts on paper from different angles. Just focusing on one part at a time, and then expand into combining them.
Yeah, that's what a friend of mine suggested. She has a tutorial on drawing pony legs here on dA that I look at and try to draw. I have no idea how I'll go about getting better at faces, though.
It's great, Tess has a lovely cleavage.