hey T$,on a rare serious note, how much re-working do you do on your drawings?i always found it hard to abstract what i draw. i am too literal and even after years of trying, i still cannot come close to doing what you do without doing a lot of editing.
I really like the second one.. but as I've said before, i really like your style. I'd love to watch you work someday. do you use a wacom tablet?
the second one, second guy: backache, or spreading the cheeks?
those look great, 2nd one is YUM!
Mmm... am loving the first one myself!! HOT!
I'm with Robert, the 1st one is HOT....self portrait?
You don't need to post anything else if you've got these to display. They're great!
HMNID - it depends on how well I'm drawing...everything I do (now) is digital, which helps editing and/or fixing. since these are all a single line, sometimes I just start over if it's not working.KK - yes - all of these are done with a wacom tablet. It took me a long time (I mean looooooong time) to drop into using the thing. Still like to feel a good ink pen in my hand and the tooth of paper under my palm, but I work much faster digitally these days.JTH - cheeky cheeky cheeks.T, R, C, DG - glad you dig them. and, no neither is a self portrait! I only do those from the neck up ;)
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