72/100 / #inktober day 11. ✒🌸 #daffodil As of late I noticed a numerous lovely illustrations of daffodils. Right here is my model. 😊🌸
I principally like to attract a flower in a number of levels of blooming or a minimum of from totally different angles. So I take advantage of extra reference images and choose one thing from every, combining them and creating the composition to my liking.
❓What about you? Do you employ reference images to attract? If sure, do you copy the flower as it’s within the reference picture otherwise you use it solely as inspiration and create your personal model loads totally different or mixing up extra references as I do? What’s your methodology?
At the moment we (me, husband and a few buddies) have been on a visit within the mountains… took images of some cute mushrooms. 😊🍄✨ Be happy to make use of them as reference if you’ll and tag me so I can see your interpretation of them. Perhaps I’ll draw them too. 😊🍄🍄🍄
… and of coures I drew my daffodils yesterday night, understanding at present’s plan. And to respect my challenge of drawing day-after-day I believe I’m going to attract a minimum of the sketch in pencil for my subsequent flower. 😊🌸
Want you a beautiful and inventive week! ❤
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