A couple days ago I wrote about accepting wonky lines. Here’s a sketch I haven’t posted, but just came across in organizing my files.
Sometimes I have so much fun with the ears I don’t reach quite high enough for the head—but I commit to the correction and just start adding the hair, or in this case stubble.
Do you mean that you commit to the original line, or that the sketch reflects a correction you made?
Sharon, I can see where this would be confusing. I mean both, both what I said in a previous post (referenced here) that you can commit to wonkiness, and also if you do put in a corrective line, (like the head contour here), commit to that and don’t worry about the extra line below, just keep adding in your details. Too many times I see people try to get rid of their wonky lines and really mess something up that can be quite charming with the wonkiness.
I hope this helps clear your confusion.
I probably shouldn’t write blog posts when I’m ill!
Thanks, Roz. All your posts are interesting, and I learn something from most of them.
Thanks so much Sharon. I appreciate knowing this.