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Corgi? by Muuluzi Corgi? by Muuluzi
Drew this in school.
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itzikgur Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2017  Professional General Artist
wonderful work :)
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Muuluzi Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2017  Student General Artist
Thanks! ^^
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CloudedHeu Featured By Owner May 4, 2017   General Artist
Just a bit of my opinion when sketching from what I've seen of most of ya work, I'd suggest learning to use pencil movements to shade and add texture rather than smudging. It'll allow for darker spots and add more depth in your sketches, also finger oils can damage work over time if that's what you've been using :P (Lick).
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Muuluzi Featured By Owner May 5, 2017  Student General Artist
Ok thanks for your feedback I'll definitely look into it when I'm drawing in the future! ;)
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CloudedHeu Featured By Owner May 5, 2017   General Artist
Also find yourself some 2B pencils if not softer (as in 2B to 6B ) lead pencils next time you need more, not nessesarily anything fancy as they're found in pretty much any stationary aisle or newsagent, they're best for sketching 'cause their marks are darker with less pressure Meow :3.
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Muuluzi Featured By Owner May 5, 2017  Student General Artist
Ok thanks for the tip! I only smudge because I use a regular #2 pencil and the lines are visible where I want the dark fur to be. I draw a lot of lines and blend with my finger because I don't have one of those fancy blending things and the pencil lines are thin and very visible. I will look into this and thank you again!
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CloudedHeu Featured By Owner Edited May 5, 2017   General Artist
I've never owned a blending thing either Dancing dummy. Though blending stumps are cheap, I've never felt I needed one.

I'd say don't worry about lines showing in a pencil drawings, that's where the form/shape of a creature's normally shown and broad smudged can hide all your hard work. just focus on getting shade down where you've observed it rather than spreading it just to fill up space.

Also A video I feel might help, I'd recommend the first part too as well as Draw with Jazzas videos (especially his playlist on the fundmentles of drawing) but that's for another time.
And no worries, happy to help :happybounce:.
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Muuluzi Featured By Owner May 5, 2017  Student General Artist
Thanks! I will definitely watch this and look into other ways to get that darker look in my art.
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