Generally speaking, I started the currently line drawings craze on this website. Don't believe me? Check out my earliest line pic. It's dated November, 2006. However, while many of my techniques are being employed by lots of folks, there is one technique that just has not caught on: Making 3D pointed figures by way of the pentagon.
I taught myself pretty much everything I know about drawing, so what Iím going to show you is pretty simple--well, at least to me. All drawings are composed of lines and angles and shades. Your trick as an artist is to see how those angles and lines and shades fit together. You should also plan to pick an image that you like; because youíll be spending one long week with this picture.
In this tutorial I am to encourage users to put more thought into their abstract art. I think a lot of folks have the idea that abstract art is just what's left when you have no more ideas. So, these people draw something thinking "I'll just put this in abstract and no one will notice". People do notice!
In order to get through an entire drawing on RMD, you have to be careful how you use your ink. Now, Iím a detailed person and I love getting into details themselves, but when you have an ink limit, you have to be careful just how you put those details in.