So, I’m terrible at drawing (as we all know very well). Particularly noses are a beloved foe of mine, but I don’t give up easily! Since I’m at home sick anyway, I might as well practice a little by studying the facial features of my most-drawn characters: Sherlock and John. In order to keep, or rather get, my sketches, strips and whatnot a bit accurate (because I can’t stand it when I draw things and they’re not accurate/recognisable - you can imagine my daily frustration), I decided to make myself little references on Martin and Bene’s features, starting with Martin’s nose.
And since I am such a nice person, I figured I’d share it for anyone to take as reference as well. Obviously lighting and possible expression-related alterations would have to be made, but I find it extremely helpful to just have a set of different angles always at hand instead of having to search for photos of everything individually every time. Maybe someone might find that just as helpful as me. If so: You’re welcome :)
So I’ve been taking a technology class at school and currently we’re learning to use photoshop effectively.
It all started with this:
when I learned you could move bits of the face around to other places.
So naturally, I thought, hey! lets try it out on some celebrities, this ought to be a good laugh.
BAM BITCHES. many laughs. but what about on a guy?
Okay, I admit. Not as good as my last one. Maybe Jared’ll work better.
Awww baby fetus jared alien padalecki.
They grow up so fast *wipes tear*
This went on for quite a while
yes, quite a while.
Until I thought - ‘hey, maybe I should take movie screenshots and do those!’ It seemed like an awesome idea. the thing about screencaps is that you get more of a natural face because the person isn’t posing, so I thought I would give it a shot. I decided to start with Harry Potter.
I don’t know what this looks like but it makes me laugh, so naturally, I continued.
Not my best work here but.. yeah
And then, going through the characters in the movie, I came to…