I’m thinking about the night I was at a beautiful lake with three people I love and we sat on the end of a long sandbar and stared up at the stars. We all smelled like whiskey and the smoke from our campfire. It was silent except the sounds of little waves and crickets and a few other animals who were still awake while we counted shooting stars and gazed at the Milky Way. And that’s what I think about when things get hard. I know there are a thousand more nights that perfect that I just need to live to see.
Do you have any tips on how to draw character's faces facing forward? I have a lot of trouble with facial curves from the front .
I RARELY draw faces facing forward myself because I also have trouble in drawing them, so I don’t know if I am the best person to ask. But! In my experience in (attempting) to draw them, I personally like to use simple shapes so that it helps me with how some features are spaced from each other and also to maintain some sort of symmetry, as shown below:
Of course, you are not going to get it right on the first try. It took me 4 tries to get this handsome face to look somewhat decent, haha. But keep practicing with simple shapes for faces! It’s helped me and I hope it helps you. :>
you know when yu start daydreaming in the middle of a breakdown because you don’t know how to process your feelings without your daydreams and you just stop being upset because it’s no longer happening to you, it’s happening to the people in your daydream and you don’t actually have to confront it in reality anymore