It is a drawing technique that looks more like what we see on the screen. In this art style, you can draw using the following techniques:
Using the “bends” of the limbs and/or the curve of the face. The same can be achieved using the fingers.
Using the contour lines of the face, making sure to draw the shapes exactly as seen on the screen.
Drawing in the corners.
Using the pencil to make small drawings such as the fingers or a part of a body.
Drawing the shapes that are in the environment, so this is useful if drawing on the surface of a surface such as sand.
I’d also like to remind you that the technique we’re going to cover in this post is one part of an art technique called “draw by plane/pitch.” There is a whole other art style called “draw by plane /pitch” which you can learn more about at :http://enenelaboratory.com/?page_id=10.
In this drawing tutorial I’ll focus on using isometric sketch, as illustrated below. I will be illustrating the same drawing using pencil, so all techniques illustrated will work equally well for it, and you won’t need to learn anything else.
How to Draw with Isometric Sketch
I first started creating isometric sketches using the pencil technique on the image above and on the drawing example on this post. It’s good practice to do this on a drawing board first as you can’t accurately compare it to a photograph or digital image without a paper sketch of your body part. The isometric sketch technique I’ll explain is based on a drawing by artist George M.C. Sheraton titled “The Great Bird” published in an article he wrote for The Art Newspaper in 1892. You can see a short description of the drawing here:http://www.mcechertart.com/photographers/george-m-c-sheaton.
To create a isometric sketch, you’ll need a medium or a digital painting medium such as Paint, Paintbrush, or Photoshop. You’ll also need your paper sketch sheet(s), your pencil, and a copy of an existing piece of paper (such as a paper cutout for a sketch). (It should be a photo of your body part or an old scrapbook of sketches from your childhood or high school years.)
Here’s an example of a isometric sketch I
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