How do I draw a Rastafarian or dreadlock stickman?
Please give variations such as the intelligent rasta man, the singer (Bob Marley type), the musician, the spliff smoking rasta and any other you can think of. And please draw a Cardisa Stick woman for me.
Lol! What an excellent question. I will give this my very thorough attention including some all new pictures and some all old ones of course. This may take a while, so bear with me for possibly a day or so.
And thanks Cardisa! Finally a question I feel qualified to have a go at.
Hmmm, you know what I would do? I would get out my Sharpie Markers and get the essentials down on paper really quick. The reason for this is when I think of Rastafarians, I think of kinetic energy (because of the texture and waves of their braids) and I think of bright colors and music because of the islands where they hail from.
Don't worry whether it's accurate. Just put a quick figure together and concentrate on the energy of the image. What a great question!
First thought... Colored pencils.
Then maybe some drums next to him
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