drawing - many short strokes vs single long

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  05 May 2005
I tend to use a combination of both. Long strokes for the initial drawing and shorter ones, as I go into more detail, particularly shading. I also use short strokes to cover up any mistakes or changes I want to make. I really don't think there's a professional or amateur/novice way to draw. For me, it's simply a matter of preference. I've seen lots of good work with short strokes and others just as good with long strokes.
 
  05 May 2005
I prefer looongg strokes myself

Such a silly question, it's not about size is it? I think every stroke should be just long enough.

Silly, silly

Next thing you'll ask who our favorite artist is, lol!
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  05 May 2005
Originally Posted by noen: I prefer looongg strokes myself

Such a silly question, it's not about size is it? I think every stroke should be just long enough.

Silly, silly

Next thing you'll ask who our favorite artist is, lol!


Or saying that Trix are for rabbits.
 
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