I myself have wrestled with demons and monsters, so I'd say these are my favourite to draw, but anything that is related to fantasy art and anything that is an escape from lifes boredom that could set in at any moment!
I draw lots of goofy, cartoony stuff -- used to freak my high school art teacher out with my detailed strips featuring the horrific exploits of a bunch of cute, fuzzy little bunnies armed with guns and chainsaws.
I remember doing life drawing class and there were two models one man and one woman and the mans face was priceless as it was as red as a beetroot as he was a slightly shy life drawing model around a nude woman sat directly opposite him, but his miniature third leg was not shy as he sat there looking at them nice plump melons!!!lol
I'm not a fan of drawing nudes as I get distracted, especially if it's a lady....
People - men and women, though I tend to favor women. I enjoy doing faces alone, and also figures. I've never worked with a live model - I'm sure it would be very interesting! Sometimes I try to be as realistic and portrait-like as possible, and other times I have gone over into fantasy and had fun with faeries & the like. I even did a half-decent dragon once, but I get the most pleasure out of creating new people on paper. Creepy, eh?
Ahhh there's nothing quite like holding a piece of carbon/fossilized tree/whatever it is - in your hand. And the smudging is brilliant. Great for touching stuff you shouldn't. Even more so when it's white and not yours
Hi guys I love to draw cars! I started at the age of 15 and today (...many many many years later...) I am a car design manager working in automotive design studio in Europe. I also help young design students to get better going to design school for visits or sponsoring projects. In the past (when I worked in Italy) I gave car design courses in several design schools.
I like to draw people best--faces and the human figure. Next is probably landscapes--mountain ranges, trees, etc. I'm not a fan of architectural types of drawings--I struggle to place people in man-made landscapes.
I also enjoy fantasy art, a by-product of my childhood love of comic books.
i don't normally draw UNLESS I'm in a meeting and i want to make it look like I'm writing down every word. The "drawing" is a house (square with a triangle as the roof) with an "X" in the square. The game is to try and draw it whole without lifting your pen. I've learned several different ways of doing this. Or if a word is written on the page I will color in the 'holes' and then for whatever reason I start drawing triangles around the outside and connecting them. I'm certain this is a sign of my significant intelligence....LOL
Anything I like, like old movie characters (love weird science and evil dead), my son and my lovely niece, my two lovely pitbuls and my cat. Although, for the life of me I can't draw nature and still lifes.
I have no imagination or artistic creativity (none!), so the only thing I do (and it's been awhile) is figure-drawing (with or without face detail). I've done portraits a few times. My problem is once I have the person my lack of imagination means that's it - no artsy (or even realistic) background details, no pretty accents, nothing. Just a person on paper. That's primarily how I write too - pretty much "human-centered" and reality-based. Whether writing or drawing, I can generally take (or think about) what already exists and make it aesthetically pleasing, but my lack of creativity is dismal.
Me too I love drawing eyes especially big anime eyes.
I also like drawing hearts and lips/mouths
I love making up my own anime characters but above all I love drawing clothes making up new outfits and all that. As a child I wanted to become a fashion designer but became more passionate about other things.
I think that there should be alot more programs offered in this area. My son is 11 and loves drawing. He is quite talented with it, and I don't know how to further him along in something he is so gifted...
Hi everyone,I love Terry Pratchett's fantasy comedy novels - although set in his fantasy Discworld, they often take on real world issues. It could be said that Terry is the greatest satirist of the 20th and 21st...