Drawing Unknown Faces, part 38

13 Apr

So another ballpoint pen drawing, where it isn’t possible to correct any huge mistakes. Of course, I made some of those mistakes, but the overall impression is not that bad. The likeness with the original photo is very low, though.

Drawing Unknown Faces, part 38

I guess I have to muddle through this frustrating phase where you know you can do so much better, if only your skills were just a little bit better. On to the next sketch, I guess. A point to remember, though, is to put somewhat more consideration in the drawing before putting your markings on the paper. I’ve done some of that thinking-before-drawing, but obviously not yet enough to get a passable likeness with the original.

This sketch was made using a photo I grabbed from the Flickr public photo stream.

That is all.


One Response to “Drawing Unknown Faces, part 38”

  1. Lure Head April 13, 2009 at 6:05 pm #

    A person and a thing is led to a new concept when moment carved for mind. That is a creative. Creativity doesn’t depend on tools or materials. It always come from momentary. Your works are fantastic in realities.

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