WHY DO MY SKETCHES LOOK LIKE THAT!? | How to Start a Drawing | My Sketching Process


Whoa it’s my last page!? Shoot, I didn’t realize. I’ve been getting a lot of questions about my sketches and how do I sketch the way I do and why do my sketches look so good and while I can’t speak for the quality of my sketches, I can tell you exactly how I do it. ♪ Music ♪ For the purposes of this video, I’ve broken my sketching process down into about five steps and I’m gonna go through them each individually. So you can get a grasp of what they each are. And then I’ll sketch a little something for you from start to finish and show you how each of these steps are incorporated into a finished sketch. So, let’s start with the first step which happens to be “Starting strong and building your foundation.” One is you need to be able to draw lightly. So if you need to you can practice trying to draw light lines We want to make sure we’re not using our full pressure from our wrist. Not only will that injure you over time, but it’s going to make it difficult to build upon your sketch and to carve it into the way that you want it to look. One way you can see if you’re doing it right is start by pushing as hard as you can and then slowly get lighter and see just how light you can get that pencil to go. We want to start at around this range. Basically, you want like the weight of the pencil… to be drawing and you just want to be able to control where those lines go. The other part of the step is… being very soft with your lines So when we’re drawing a circle, I’ve seen a lot of people do like these because they’re worried about getting the circle right so they keep picking up the pencil–they check out see how round their circle is going–they pick it up again –put it down and then they’re like, “urgh how’s that,” and then they–you know They keep checking to make sure they’re doing the “perfect circle” and in doing that they get this weird kind of hairy looking circle. When I draw a circle, I like to be very soft with it. So what I’ll do is I’ll just draw a bunch of circles until I get one that looks pretty circular, you know? If you’re worried about drawing each shape perfectly like a square- -so if we’re like drawing and we’re like, “oh, but they all have to be the exact same length ugh.” And then you’re like measuring them and then you’re like, “okay, here we go, here we have a square.”– I just want you to get a square-shape out there. It doesn’t need to be a perfect square–not for the beginning stages of a sketch, anyway. Which brings me to step two of my sketching process: “draw the extra bits.” So in my circle up here, I have all these extra lines. You really don’t want to be afraid about drawing too many lines especially if we’re drawing very lightly because you can always build up and the light of your draw the easier it is to erase things. I like to go over a lot of spots 𝘢 𝘭𝘰𝘵 just because I enjoy that texture. And the more lines you use in that beginning sketching steps It’s gonna be a lot easier to create looser and more fluid characters and poses. So like see how that circle–there’s a bit of like motion to it because it has all those extra lines. It almost looks like it’s moving. Whereas if we drew just a circle That is just a circle even if I add some lines to that. Maybe it looks a little rounder now, but it’s still just a circle. Whereas this one I feel like it just has some extra bounce to it and that’s my favorite thing about sketches is just how fluid and expressive they can be and they’re not perfect. And that’s what I like about them. Step three is to “pick the best lines.” So because we’re being so soft and fluid and expressive with our lines We have all these extra bits, right? Some of these lines don’t look like a perfect circle, but some of them kind of do. 𝘚𝘰 step three is to pick your favorite lines and darken them Because we’ve built that foundation we can kind of see what’s circular and what’s not and these lines are foundational lines as well. So we don’t need to darken those and it’s best to use those to like figure out where eyes are and things like that. But when it comes to darkening your lines and picking your favorite lines, you don’t need to darken those because those are gonna slowly kind of get lost in the sketch especially when you start building up like for an eye And having all those different lines gives you a lot of options to pick from. Step four is to “add depth and tone.” So if I were to draw two shapes here. Maybe like a circle and a square on top of it and then I do step three which is pick my favorite lines. Now I have the ability to add that depth and that tone. And kind of a general rule for me is I like to darken lines that have something behind it. This adds a little bit of depth to it. So I would like darken and widen up this line. Already you can see it makes it look like that square is further behind the circle like shapes on a different plane. And then another thing I like to do is to add some cross hatching to a sketch. I’ll usually do this throughout the sketching process And you’ll figure that out as you go where you like to put these, but again as a general rule I like to just shade parts that are further in the background and leave elements that are closer to the viewer lighter. So I’ll just add some simple light etching to this back square there. Now it even looks further into the background and you can even darken it up closer to this edge so it’s like it’s casting a shadow to further prove that point. Five is “erasing all those lines that you don’t really need.” Sometimes I don’t do this because I just kind of enjoy the way a sketch looks, but if you find that some of these lines are distracting you can just go ahead and erase them like so. I might even add some hatching to make this look more round. [I’m] Darkening up some of these lines to make it look like there’s actually something behind them But yeah, you could erase any of these lines that you feel like you don’t need. Again, I like to leave them–just a personal preference, but if you want to clean it up you have that option too. So that was really messy, kind of like my sketch process. Hopefully something made sense, but now I want to try and take all of those little steps and demonstrate how each of these kind of relate to the actual sketching process. So if I wanted to sketch a character I’m going to start very light like I mentioned earlier and I’m going to use big soft loose and exaggerated shapes. Sooo, maybe we’re drawing a character with their han–with their head resting on their um… *struggling to find the right word* –hand, that’s not the word is it? Resting on there– Maybe I wanna draw a character with their head resting with their chin resting on their… hand? I don’t know, resting on their elbow–that sort of thing. So I’m going to be very loose, very light, and very exaggerated. I’m looking for the simple shapes so like a hand is just a circle with a bit of a pokey thing coming out of it at this point. Maybe the elbow is coming over here. Feel free to use references if you are having a hard time. I’ve drawn this pose a lot so I think I might be able to get it here. Maybe this hands going around that way Let’s draw some reference lines here on the to face figure out which direction the head is looking. We can chisel away a little bit. And then if I want any hair, I’ll do like big shapes for that as well. Just kind of trying to get a vague idea… Of where everything is gonna be laid out on the page. So that was step one. You’ll notice I’m not worried about getting any of the shapes to be perfect. And I’m being very loose and I’m actually rarely picking up the pencil to be honest. I like to have a lot of extra lines to play with for the next step get an idea– for eyes I kind of just put lines as a reference to where those are going to be on the face same with the mouth and the nose and ears. I like to do a little half circle shape if they’re going to be visible. [Then] eyebrows. Maybe she wants to be smiling. Oh, the only thing I haven’t really ironed out here is bangs I think it would be fun to follow this shape Now the cool thing about this stage is it’s very easy to erase mistakes? So if I realized that this arm maybe is in the wrong place, I can erase it, but if it only needs to be moved by like a smidge I’ll just redraw it where I want it. And you see how these lines kind of just fade out because I’m darkening up the lines that I like I’m not a big fan of the bangs so I can go in and erase those because they’re actually really distracting because I think I want to go in a completely different direction. So here I can erase that. Redraw some of the construction lines there. So I have an idea of where the head is. Hmm *tap tap tap tap* [I] kind of think this drawing would be suited better if she was looking upwards like this. Let me try that out. And then turn it so it’s looking upwards. Again, using very simple loose exaggerated shapes. Yeah, I kind of like that better. And you see how I’m using “erasing” only when it’s like completely necessary So like if I had just drawn these shapes on top of the old ones there still would have been a lot of lines happening right here, and that would have been very distracting. Whereas with the arm–the old arm was a very good reference point for where I wanted to put the new arm. I knew I wanted it lower and a little bit stiffer. So I was able to leave those lines there and build upon it and like I don’t really need to erase those. I could erase the old arm at this point, but it’s kind of working just fine Prolly wanna like smooth that out a bit; make these arms kind of the same size and shape I still need to figure out how this hair lines gonna go and that’s something I need to determine before I start darkening a lot of these lines because the darker you go the harder it’s going to be to erase your graphite. This is a really good example if you get to the point where you have 𝘸𝘢𝘺 too many lines. If you showed this to someone else they’d be like, “oh look, spaghetti,” and if you showed it to yourself, you’re like, “I’m still not even entirely sure of what I drew.” That’s a good sign that it’s time to erase and try again. But because we drew so light I can lightly erase and we can still see some of those lines and I’m able to use those and know what not to draw, you know? I think the problem I’m having here is this line and shape that I used was for the old face direction. So I think I’ll give that an erase, too. Sometimes I find it helpful to draw a hair line, which again it’s important to draw very light because you don’t really want that to show through. And then [add] a part. Now it shouldn’t be looking too pretty. The point is to get down all of the elements and make sure that there’s room for them on the page and make sure we have a lot of choices when it comes down to detailing this illustration. You don’t want to be afraid to draw too many extra bits. Now if you’ve done step one and step two correctly, you should have a big messy blob, which is exactly what we’re going for because now we have all the ground work down and we can start adding in the details which to me is my favorite part. So we’re gonna pick our favorite lines and build upon those lines. You have a lot of options here because it is so sketchy and messy and we can really build up on that and we can use some more pressure here and darken up some of these lines. [I] think before I do that I need to make sure I draw the eyes in here. So we have a happy little 𝘱𝘦𝘳𝘴𝘰𝘯 Pick where the face is gonna be here. See how I’m ignoring some lines and just picking my favorite? And then for the nose I actually didn’t really do a whole lot here so we can actually start back at the beginning for the nose– draw lightly, pick the shapes we want, don’t be afraid to draw extra lines here, and then pick our favorites. I’m even gonna add a little shading here and there because I think that just helps it… bring a little bit of life in there I can even add some shading to these if we want to separate them from the rest of the illustration–really make them pop. Which is step four, but like I said I kind of do that throughout as I see fit or as I feel like it and you can too. The ear… I can define that ear a bit. Now the best way to learn how to draw different facial features is to draw a lot of facial features. So the more you draw the better at that you’re gonna be, but following these steps is definitely gonna help you build upon your sketch and really frees you up to creating more interesting sketches. Now again in step 4 was adding depth. One of the places I like to add depth is right under the chin. So I’ll just add some uh… shading there. Everyone always tells me that looks like a beard, but *tsch* I don’t know man. I like it. *giggle* Pick our favorite lines here. Another thing about Having a lot of sketchy lines underneath is as I move my hand over here it’s going to smudge lines and the older the lines are the more smudged they’re going to get because they’ll have been there underneath the smudge, you know? And that actually helps them blend out a bit as well. And I just–I love the texture of sketches in graphite. I like to use a mechanical pencil. This is actually a point nine millimeter. I thought it was a point seven… Maybe I have two different kinds. Heh, anyway, I like mechanical pencils cuz I don’t have to stop and sharpen them, but any pencil is gonna work for you. Trust me. [I] should probably work on this hair [I] kind of want to do these really pretty… African braiding. I’ve got a picture here on Pinterest. I’ll have it linked in the description I’ll be trying to use that here so that I can draw hair that I’ve never drawn before– using references is very important. Especially when it’s something you’ve never drawn before. But trust me, I still use references for things that I have drawn before and I like to collect them all on Pinterest. So it looks like they kind of overlap. I might have to do some quick hatching here. Draw some simple sort of noodle shapes and then I can add details onto those The most important thing to do when you’re drawing is to try to break it down into simpler shapes and then add detail into that. So start light–again, this goes back to the tips I suggested–but start light and build up from there and I think you’ll get the best results that way. So it looks like they’re… twisted. Actually, they’re more twists than that. I might have to add an extra layer… of twists. And then I just have to do that for the whole head of hair. I’ll just fill in this small section here because it’s kind of too small to add a whole lot of detail. So I’m just gonna fill those two sections in to kind of give the illustration some depth. And here this is actually a good example of erasing bits to help define the sketch… like 𝘵𝘩𝘢𝘵. Yeah, I think that looks better, but around the hair I usually like to leave a lot of sketchy bits cuz it kind of adds a little bit of like frizz and like realism in that way. Now here we have a lot more uhm– space to fill so it’s more important that these makes sense. Be a little creative with it because gravity doesn’t exist in my world… apparently. *giggle* Just go down the whole length… adding in more detail. All right, and now I just need to do that for the rest of these braids. Some of these look more like… twists than others, but I’m figuring it out as I go. Some of these braids that are further in the background. I’m gonna shade in a little darker [to] add some more depth to the hair. You just continue ♪ along. ♪ [I’m] adding detail to the places that don’t have it yet. I’m filling in some of those… smaller sections, that would be really difficult to add too much detail to. Build up a little bit more around the face. Add some shading–it’s gonna be a lot easier to shade faces the more practice you’ve done with faces and… Drawing them in different angles. So next time you’re out and about like look at people–like not in a creepy way, but like pay attention to what parts of faces stick out and what parts of faces sink in and that’s gonna really help you add depth because I like to add in a bit of shading. If you have an idea of where you’re like sun location is or your light source, you’ll know that you want to shade on one side of the face and knowing that like the brow usually sticks out more than this section here– I don’t know if there’s a name for the side of your face but *ung* it’s there and you could shade that, and you’ll know which parts like stick out. And references will definitely help you with that so you can open up Pinterest and take a little looksies. I just realized I didn’t draw any hair inside this earring. Even though the ear ring has no solidness to it. It’s just a ring. So I need to go ahead and do that. They need to follow the same shape here. Now for the hands, I like to do the same thing, I keep the shape real simple. I can also, look at my own hand–maybe wait, wait no, it would be this way? Wait, I need to reenact this. I’m confused which way the hand is pointed. I Think it’s like this. Yeah, that make sense. Okay, so this is the thumb. Darken up the good lines. Eyebrows are something I play with like through the whole process of the drawing because I always notice “hmm, that one seems a little low, hmm, that one seems a little long,” and I’m like always tweaking them. If you’re doing the same thing, we’re in the same boat. Now this ear is kind of blending in with the hair because there’s about a very similar amount of… detail to it. So I’m actually gonna try and erase this whole ear, bring out the white values, and then re-add the… ear details and try to keep them a little bit more simple and less sketchy. So hopefully they’ll stick out compared to the hair and then add the earring on top of that. Yeah, now I feel like it’s a little bit more visible. You can actually shade behind this head here–add some depth. I realize I didn’t give her any clothes. That’s kind of awkward. *haha* I’m gonna give her a bracelet here this arm feels plain. You can erase some of those distracting lines You can even widen the line underneath–give it a little bit of depth. I need to give her some clothes. Here’s the tube top. I’m gonna add some shading to that, like-a-so. I can even add like a light hatching to the face. Add some color to that. Having an idea of where our light sources is gonna help add some more shading here. You can darken up some of the lines that are the furthest from the light source. Darken up any of our favorite lines to add even more depth to the sketch. [We] can even shade the ends of like strands that are going off into like the distance there. I think I definitely got more of a hang of these braids as it got down here. Whoah, I just realize how shiny that is. heh heh I always forget how shiny graphite is. So that is about how I sketch that’s my process from start to finish. I like to start very light and loose and exaggerated, and then slowly build upon that and pick my favorite lines and then add some depth and shading and… then I can erase like the lines that are distracting, but I just personally really enjoy a good random sketchy lines that don’t really make a whole lot of sense, but if you don’t you can erase those like this. I could go along and erase them all, but I really don’t want to and I like them. I will erase over here because there’s a lot of smudging going on and I think that looked cool. Like the light source is from over here, you know? To kind of show you in comparison what this would look like if I didn’t follow my steps– so if I drew really darkly, made sure everything looked perfect from the get-go, didn’t build upon lines, It would look more like this: So I would have to–I wouldn’t build to draw any guidelines and you’d have to draw a very dark and just immediately… Draw the lines, you know? Oh shoot. Those are too close together. [Drawing] eyebrows, only the lines that are important here. Oh gosh. *giggle* This is not looking good. Yeah, see, I don’t think I need to go any farther, haha. Look see that doesn’t even erase fully Don’t do that guys. So yeah, that’s my sketch process broken down. If you’re having trouble drawing any other elements of the drawing, like in particular like eyes or noses or mouths or hair or hands or things like that, I do have a video where I go through my process for learning how to draw new elements. So I’ll have that linked in the description or up in the card and that will break down like how I go about learning different elements. So if you’re having trouble drawing anything that you want to and it’s not really looking the way you’re picturing it that video will definitely be helpful for that, but this was my sketch process: how I build upon and add depth to different areas of the sketches and I don’t know, make it look the way I make them look. If you like that sort of thing. Let me know if you have any questions and if you’ve followed some of these steps, I’d love to see what you created with that. Yeah, thank you guys for watching! I’ll see you guys all next week, and I hope you have a delicious evening full of waffles! Byeeeeeee! I wonder if I could add– grab a white gel pen and see what I can do here. Whoo!👻 This wasn’t part of the tips, but… it looks kind of cool I’ve never used gel pen straight on graphite before. Not that I can remember at least. You can just lighten it up in place this instead of having to erase. Hah, yeah, byeeeee! ♪ music ♪ ♪ chu chu ♪ ♪ music ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ hey ♪

100 comments

  • Sajid Mehmood

    To be honest, in the title of the video, I thought she was critisizing herself because of how she draws! God I'm so dumb! This did help though, ???

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  • Luz Maria Rodriguez

    Wow this helped me alot. Plzzzz do more

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  • Leann Bacher

    character resting on their PALM!

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  • Photopaint Photo

    5:19
    A circel is casting a square shadow?
    Only you waffles….. only you

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  • Rainbowdragon LD

    1. The Palm
    2.the shoulder

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  • I don't know my name

    Me by following this tutorial: Oh, it looks kinda good. It's the best thing I've ever drawn
    looks at the screen to see the result
    Me: totally depressed still didn't recover from this disappointment

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  • TextingStory 101

    Can you plssssss do a eyes tutorial… I need itttt

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  • PPand a

    Resting on their palm!?

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  • Kaylee Batchelor

    palm of their hand xD

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  • djcupcake star

    6:21 it is a palm

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  • Bobbie Tolman

    You should do more tutorials

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  • DapperJazz

    How often your hand moves when you sketch makes me so happy

    I’m a bit like, self conscious about being obvious and stuff when I sketch, and erasing a lot

    Now I’ve learned that erasing shouldn’t be as stressful as I make it, and sketching being quick and messy and obvious isn’t such a big deal! <3

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  • Intoxication669

    Does this count for black and white drawings????
    I don't know the correct term for it,
    But I usually color my art, I usually just sketch, line art, and done.
    It usually doesn't end up going to well…. But that may just be because I try to rush it.. but I'm working on that…

    Anyway, yeah, does it work with black and white drawings??

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  • paisley Perry

    I love your videos I started with stock figures then I became really good!! Tysm!!!

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  • Val’s art style

    Can you do a tutorial on hair? Im struggling allot with hair so can you do a tutorial

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  • keira flewe

    It's called a pam so time I forget to

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  • Angela Wheeler

    I have the most trouble drawing body proportions

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  • b oo

    I love those hairy circles

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  • Lola Patterson Cima

    the side of your head is called your temples

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  • Leyli Hadazheva

    I always wondered why your eyes are so good!!! HOW DO YOU DRAW YOUR EYES?!

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  • Elsa Wessels

    I got my sketching by my own telent I did int learn but amm good at it

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  • EvERγ THINGKK

    This video was so helpful (num 5 was the most helpful) you are really good at drawing you ensured me of doing drawing videos on a app called “Likee“ I almost am up to 100 fans :3

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  • jennyxsmiles

    Sketch: big messy blob

    End result: even bigger messy blob.
    ?

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  • iix Blush

    Resting in there palm..

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  • Ello .96

    Dang this helped so much

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  • Mupariso Nwachukwu

    Please teach me how to draw like you

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  • Noirè Lune

    No matter how hard I practice, I can never stop drawing messy lines

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  • Vanessa C

    I really appreciate that last bit where you show us what a drawing without following your steps would look like. It reminded me that I need to be patient and build upon layers instead of expecting immediate perfection

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  • Marina Ray

    I love your nails! What color is this?

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  • *Sassy_ Dayz-*

    How do you draw eyes!!!! And lips!!!!

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  • kelsey perry

    Your art style is so beautiful and your vidoes really help me and give me motivation to draw more. Could you please do a video on eyes and head angles/ perspectives?

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  • Delaney Snyder

    what she calls a sketch is what i call a masterpiece lol. Love u Rin!

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  • Amara Ilustrisimo

    Thanks! these are quite helpful but do you have any tips for a certain problem I have? I tend to throw in too much detail during the 'light sketching' phase, which throws me off a lot. :p

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  • Dog Plays Life

    Wow…Just…Wow you are talented but yet super good at helping others online!

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  • Samantha Gil

    6:19 palm?

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  • Samantha Gil

    Dang it, I figured out the problem, I’m using led, I don’t know what it is with led but it making drawing lighter harder

    Does that make sense

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  • Gacha mysterious

    Thanks! I always make my first shape light then the next dark ?

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  • Emely Gomez

    Is it just me or does her hand motions make it more entertaining! Not saying that she is not entertaining but like……?

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  • Prism_ 9115

    Brooo your quick sketches are so good xD Mine are all messy and unplanned ?

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  • anna

    7:15 LOOOOL that was my first thought, as soon as you drew the hair! i was like "hmm…those characters in Kim possible looked liked that"

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  • Donut Sundaa

    This helped so much dude thank u! Ily!

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  • sosa ozakpolor

    how do you draw bodies

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  • Isadora Soares

    I'm wondering what graphite this is. 2b? 3b?

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  • skyler vivian

    How many times does rin have to say depth ??

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  • Ozzyxxxcharlie 333

    I really love drawing but I can’t can you make videos of how to draw body’s and eyes

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  • HäschenJojo

    So my Problem is i‘m left handed and every Time i draw something with a pencil i smudge it ALL OVER i Hope someone can help me with that Problem ❤️

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  • maka

    u dont need crazy all caps titles to get us to watch… :/ dont let clickbait culture take over

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  • Eve Bee

    madusa

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  • Queen Arshia

    I love dat she draws alotta black girls , ya know

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  • ItsMeVi

    at 6:43 when she start’s sketching, it already looks soooo good even when she didn’t even darken her lines! like when she’s just drawing lightly, it will take my about 20 minutes to get the same shape as her??? and plzzz start a drawing tutorial series bc your really good at explaining! and it would help a lot of people, like me 🙂

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  • Lala JonesMitchell

    THOSE R DREADS GURL

    I know I'm late but like if u r too!

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  • Jade featherston

    can i get a "depth" count?

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  • Sophia Jackson

    this drawing has a lot of my features and i kinda like it ??

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  • Fabian Nurse

    Well i am a artist and it is fun to me and it my life and i want it to make me money and i love people art work and people art make me draw hard look me up on igam at faby. Nurse 246 and all the artist of the never give up it and cartoon is my thing and art naim is black roses look me up and get at me back.

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  • autumn petrosky

    palm

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  • Mozzarella_

    I can’t even sketch, I just draw right away

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  • Tracy Eire

    Betcha the word is 'palm'! 😀

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  • Ulises Bolanos

    Ik im late but I think people want to draw in your style because I have the same pleasing for your style because to me it’s so aesthetically pleasing

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  • Maribel Flores

    do a face reveal

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  • Em Kay

    Can you do a tutorial on how to make a perfect face of a girl plssss?!

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  • Em Kay

    I think you have the same face syndrome

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  • The Madster

    I CANT DRAW

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  • Victoria Salter

    That shego tho ?

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  • Esther Yogman

    Rin's sketch on the thumbnail looks like a finished product from me… Sigh.

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  • Natsuki

    something i have done overtime to practice light lines is to use a pen , not only is this good just for practice but you need to draw lightly in order to be able to sketch over top

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  • Green Bean

    "…Resting on their…" palm ?

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  • CasuallyCrazy

    where did you get the kneaded eraser?

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  • Ellie Seiler

    OMG!! thank you so much, I understand more about art and starting my drawings in general <3

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  • Geeta Parkhey

    U know u r such a good explainer

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  • Bored Bleach

    Can you make a vid of how to make your characters pose? I can't find great vids, or if anyone can give links please? Thank you

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  • Paula Strok

    This helped me so much..Thank you.??

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  • Cara Rose

    I think my biggest issue is drawing eyes that aren’t wonky and misshapen

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  • Sude Çağlar

    God ı love you so much!

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  • MelodyNotes

    Waffles: "Maybe we're drawing a character with their head resting on their… hand?"
    Me: "Palm"
    Waffles: "The brow usually sticks out more than… this section here…"
    Me: "The temples?"
    Waffles: "I just realized (haha) I didn't draw any hair inside this… earring?"
    Me: "Are you ok? Just know that I love you (platonically, I swear), and I'm slightly concerned. XD"

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  • Shalvee Car

    Usually when I'm drawing I always hate the head because it looking big than the body?

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  • Salvatrucho Garcia

    Gu uh fi kjj

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  • Min And Tulips

    I can’t even do sketch like that

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  • zoya khan

    this is the number of times she said depth

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  • zoya khan

    this is the number of times she said depth

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  • Niya Gacha

    i think it would be great if you made a course in Udemy. It is an app/site, where you can buy courses and learn to do stuff and also make lessons, which people can buy(: I hope it helps, I will be one of the people to buy your course!

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  • Lil' BookishThoughts

    THEIR PALM OH YES

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  • Maya Ashlag

    6:15 palm?

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  • Ash Peeler

    my question is why does the sketch look soo weird and disfigured no hate still love ur channel

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  • ShazzyDoesEverything!

    just so you know not being mean there not just African brands there from other clothes too jsyk

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  • Zorae42

    You do steps 1-5 for doing the overall body and stuff, but for facial features you just seem to draw them once and they come out perfect. How on earth do you get the eyes to not look all weird and stuff? Or the lips to look like lips instead of weird tiny grey blobs?

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  • jacelynn Hepler

    6:29 I believe it is called a “palm?”

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  • Itz'Aryz

    Do you need a better pencil to draw?

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  • Reagan Noelle

    thumbnail = me every time i draw something

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  • Kloeedraws andplays

    How do u get the body poses right like shoulders and chest and legs ?

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  • Kloeedraws andplays

    Do you think you are more of a realism artist or cartoonist artist

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  • ArtRose37

    i was in that pose when she was trying to explain it??

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  • Dhora Morina

    Rin: I’m going to start very light.
    Also Rin: Points at the darkest shade

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  • Bradley Ilagan

    They're quite helpful. Although, when I'm finished, they seem to fade over time and I end up shading those that are too light over and over again. That's why I use a no. 1 pencil for a little lineart and shading.

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  • Abdul Wajid

    nice eraser

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  • Payton rainbow

    Cute drawing

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  • explodingstarz aj

    Thx! Rlly helpful

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  • Scarlet Matychuk

    It’s a palm! lol ?love it so much thank you it’s so great! Could you do a tutorial on black girls? I love seeing black girl sketches they are amazing!

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  • danielle elizabeth

    god your so talented it’s not fair?

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  • LEL YT Channel

    6:28 I think u meant palm lol ?

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  • jessica ann

    Simple answer, You don’t do realistic drawing.

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