Feedback & Help with my Graphite drawing of Wolves
Just getting back into artwork after many years away and wanted to practice making animals look more realistic. I use graphite pencil for now. Would appreciate any feedback or help with completing the drawing. The first attachment is the wolf cubs I did yesterday which I was pleased with and the second attachment what I started this morning but fear I may ruin it or already have.
Welcome to the forum and welcome back to art!
These are lovely sketches. I do not think you have ruined anything. I have just returned to art after a 30 something year hiatus, so I will leave technical advice to those more advanced than I.
The one piece of advice I am able to give, if you aren't having fun, your doing it wrong!
These sketches are wonderful. Glad you are joining us here on the forum.
Hi Jaz, welcome to the forum.
I love the way your drawing is going, I would continue as you are, just take your time. :)
so I went ahead and finished today
Thanks, means a lot to receive comments as I don't show my work very often. I'm not completely happy with this drawing but I should have redrawn the adult wolf head I think as the base line wasn't correct, it just looks a bit like a fox now... next time. I was trying to draw more realistic fur in this one anyway, some parts worked well I thought then got muddled at others like the shoulder area and the right side of the muzzle and under the jaw :( never mind, on to the next one later.
Any advice on the best type of paper to use for graphite as I only have my photocopy paper at the moment and find it smudges and looks quite grainy. Also want to buy some mechanical pencils for finer detail.
Haven't tried mechanical pencils, I am an old fashioned kinda girl and prefer wood. :)
I love your work! Its true, it looks a bit like a fox, but its great anyway, I like how you do their skin, it looks amazing ^^
Keep drawing! Your are great!
The drawing is good. The detailing is well done. I just think the neck area needs some changes. See how the reference looks. Great work !!
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