Any suggestions on how to draw better women? The sketches are mine and as you can see, I can render the idea of a Amanda face in a couple of lines, but my women are scrape or miss, since even my "good ones" arenas great in my opinion.
>I can render the idea of a man's face in a couple of lines
Is this bait? Am I being baited?
You're not going to get better at representing a female portrait with a magical trick. Study portraiture, since all I can see you draw are front and profile views, the half profile is an important one.
Study from photos, preferably ask some people to model for you. Also your proportions are way off, most of the drawings here resemble an alien.
Thanks, I'll try. I've been working on women for the better part of two months and I'll admit, in that time I've started to understand it, but yeah, all my life my proportions have been off, so I gave up and drew what looked good instead, especially with women.
internalize the differences between male and female skeletal structure.
muscular anatomy is the same between the two, but distribution of proportion is much different.
all he does is character portraits
not that there's anything wrong with that but they lack soul. they lack context. they lack technical proficiency.
they're just so boring and repetitive. it's like he wants to be a concept artist as a concept but lacks the perspective to actually achieve his goal