Practicing line detailing and hatching

in Sketchbook2 years ago

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Hi everybody, I am @sketching and today I played around with practicing some hatching/line detailing of a few random faces. I have always liked the look of drawings with a bunch of crosshatching and think it looks amazing when it's done well, but never known how to do it myself. I have watched videos recently of a few different artists drawing really nicely with this sort of technique, like Peter Han, that inspired me to give it a try. As of now, I am doing it somewhat aimlessly, just discovering what looks good to me. I will definitely do more practice on this sort of thing in the future.


original sketch


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details of first face


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details of second face


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details of third face


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adding smudges of white and colors


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adding auras around outside


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few more layers for the background smudges


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All images are my original @sketching practice
made for Hive on May 31, 2020.


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The hatching takes a lot of patience but puts some life into the face.