I just ate like 3 donuts
i need to get something off my chest
*takes off my nipple*
Alright so I’m not super amazing at head angles or anything but here’s some process on how I go about it.
I always start with a circle and cross guidelines as it helps me greatly imagine where the face is gonna fall when putting it on a angle. I honestly don’t have much else to say other then look at some skulls or pictures of human heads on angles, it’s best to practice from life to get the best idea on how head angles work.
For necks you have to keep in mind the differences in both sexes and body types. When stylizing I tend to give my females (or younger) characters more petite necks and females also usually have more simplified neck structure unless flexing the muscle out. Males have more prominent neck muscles and a larger Adams apple (mostly in older males). When dealing with body type and age however, I may give a younger male more of a feminine neck as they’re not fully developed yet or if I have more of a muscular larger woman I’ll give her a thicker neck, ect.
Now when working with shoulders this is usually my process. I always draw my collar bone into my base sketch as it helps me visualize where my shoulder fall when drawing. Also keep in mind when characterizing that some people have more petite shoulders where as others may have more broad (males tend to have more of a broader shoulder structure then females). Hope this helps you some.
Thanks to heartheartbaby for my new icon! Love it! :DDD
youre not friends if you havent pooped at each others houses
but what if the friend is across the country or in another country?