In this post I share my drawing of another girl that is printed on one of the pages in the “How to draw Pin-up” book. The original drawing was made by Russell Iredell. Well, this one is not exactly the “pin-up” style. I used it to try out different tools and techniques than before. With this one I tried bigger paper, A3 and experienced how to handle charcoal prism. I also used graphite prism, lead prism and charcoal pencil. And a tortillon to blend and smudge.
Oh, In know I mentioned the “How to draw pin-up” book in the previous post also, so for the ones who’s having hard sleep because of this incomplete information, this is the book:
How to Draw & Paint Pin-ups & Glamour Girls (Walter Foster Collectibles), by Fritz Willis (Author), Earl MacPherson (Author), Russell Iredell (Author), Walter Foster (Author).