I laughed a little when I finished this #onelinedrawing because of how ~*~gLaMoRoUs~*~ she turned out! 😂
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how 2 draw a sweet roobin periscope prince!
i just watched mr doodle videos for an hour and was super inspired to doodle with thick black lines 😝 and i promised a reuben drawing video earlier this week as well
i havent figured out how to stylise roobins side profile yet but once i do i’ll do another how to lol -
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Here's the full series "His part of me". I wanted to express how the connection between two humans never dies off. Two men are featured, but as in all of my artworks, gender is futile. It's about love in all of its forms, which is why gender doesn't come to play here; I consider love universal. I used the negative space of each figure to express both the void and their presence: even if nothing has been drawn, you can still see that someone has been there, and that's exaclty the point of the series.
I had never explained my art to anyone before. This post will tell me if I was right to do so.
On the second photo, you can see the original sketch of the idea. On the third one, you can see that I have drawn the two figures together on another sheet of paper. I did it so that I could trace my own drawing on two differents sheets of paper, each one having a distinct figure that would perfectly match the other. I was left with the full picture, I used it to plan out the volumes of my lines and I might use it in the future to try out a few new things.
What are your thoughts?
وَوَصَّيْنَا الْاِنْسَانَ بِوَالِدَيْهِ حُسْنًَا...
"Dan Kami wajibkan kepada manusia agar (berbuat) kebaikan kepada kedua orang tuanya..."
(QS. Al-'Ankabut 29: Ayat 8)
"Siapapun yang bersikap baik pada orang tuanya, kelak anaknya akan bersikap baik kepadanya."
(Sayyidinia Ali bin Abi Thalib)