Hello there! I was wondering how you differentiate "masculine" from "feminine" in your art. I apologize for the question it's just that I was recently made fun of for my art and.. I'm not sure really!
I’m not sure what you mean by differentiating…like if I consciously decide to give certain characters more masculine vs more feminine features / how I determine what is masc and what is fem? I don’t really think too hard about it…I try to make all my characters a balance of both so there’s no point trying to draw lines. I’m not totally sure what you wanted to ask…but when I was in hs I used to be made fun of for drawing male characters “too feminine” and female characters “too mannish” and ofc being a sensitive teenager at the time I was confused about if I had to make my male characters more stereotypically masculine or something. But then I quickly decided that’s boring for me, and that the people who made fun of me were just being assholes, so I just kept drawing however I wanted to. If you’re having a similar issue that’s the approach I’d recommend.