One of the questions that beginning artists ask themselves (and me) is: “Why are my drawings so stiff?” Your anatomy may seem to be accurate, everything you did was fine. However, something IS wrong. But you don’t know what, and that’s the problem, right?
It took way too long for me to get where I am. So, I decided to do something for all you dear, suffering artists around the world. I’m going to show you a shortcut. Learn from my mistakes so you can fix this problem as fast as possible. Because I want to cover every detail of this topic, so everything is CLEAR, this blog will probably be long. But don’t worry, it will save you months of breaking your pencils, and pulling out your hair. Without further ado, this blog will explain how to draw less stiff.
8 thoughts on “How to Draw Less Stiff”
This was really helpful! I would never be able to draw, because i draw slowly and wasn’t relaxed. When i did it softer and faster, it worked like a charm! THANKS!
you’re Awsome and good at your drawing you should help me with the drawing
The rules here that I didn’t already apply did not work at all 🙁 I always draw with soft, smooth, dynamic strokes but that “thicker lines where they meet/bend” rule totally didn’t work
I haven’t tried this out yet because I use a third party stylus without pressure control but soon when I get an Apple Pencil I’m sure these tops will work beautifully! Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge
🙂 just bored wanted to create some chaos
Thanks, hope this works!