Yes another wet person drawing This time I am at a loss to explain where I got the image from, or even who is portrayed getting a soaking - all I can tell you is that I wanted to draw it as soon as i saw it - and I will draw this one again once I improve.
Usual friends joined me in drawing this picture - Bristol Board(ish) smooth paper, traditional 4H to 8B pencils and my mechanical 4B 0.5mm Pencil, Tombo Mono Zero eraser, little bit of tissue for the blouse and about 30 hours to draw this rather large - 40X45cm drawing.
Like this one then perhaps you may like my other 'wet people' drawings
You can also see a short animation showing the drawing progress at each stage by clicking the thumbnail below
do you have any tips on drawing water?
like, do you first draw the basic face and then add the drops (like you said you do with hair)?
I will be writing a tutorial on drawing water soon - so keep watching
In short - I tend to outline where the water drops will go (if they are large) and draw the rest of the face around them, going back to the drops and 'filling them in' at the end. For the small drops I just erase what I have done and create drops using darker pencils or outlines.
wow looks great
Wooow...you are a master at drawing water XD This is AWESOME!
WOW you are very talented!
amazingggg i admire your talent especially in respect to your water work
This is quite beautiful
Beautiful detail of the skin around the eyes and the water effect is amazing as usual
Stunning portrait work Paul! Details as always are outstanding and very realistic
Your mastery of traditional art, is quite exceptional, Paul
Love the lovely detail within this portrait
WOW! this picture is fantastic!!!
amazing!!! its got an almost anime look to it but at the same time its realistic! just... breath taking in every way!
Wonderful work Paul
wow gorgeous! Her features are so expressive and you really captured all of that detail very well! Great work!