UDPATE: new scanned version
..:: David Lynch ::..
Staedtler Mars Lumographs : H2, B, B2,B4,B5,B6,B7,B8
Staedtler Mechanical Pencils : 0.3, 0.5 and 0.9
Tombo Mono Zero
Kneadable gum, gum pencil
A3 Canson Bristol Smooth with grid of 36x27cm
Reference on Photo Paper
Reference on iPad for Details
About 46 hours...
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David Lynch : Full SpeedvideoSo, I did about 7 livestream sessions while drawing the David Lynch Portrait.
A slimy, but great Frog, once said, it would be a good idea to combine them into one big.
Here is the result. 18 hours of video, rendered into 17 minutes. Some parts look bad though... there is also a 1 minute freeze, no idea how & when this happened.
In a time where fake drawings & artists are a hot topic, it's maybe a nice thing to see how real drawings are created
Read here, the horror of Fixation going wrong
Fixation Troubles ResolvedSo, I wanted to fixate my David Lynch drawing. It has a lot of B8, so I felt it was important to fixate it properly.
Still, I have no experience with it, so I applied the first layer. It didn't look like it had any effect, so I applied a second one.
After drying I saw that some dark spots had fixate on it, other had not.... it was not looking well, so I applied another one.....
A number of layers later, my paper is all curled, it still looks no good, and I have the feeling I have ruined the drawing....
What can I do, how should u apply a proper fixate layer.... or is it just that a lot of B8 just doesn't fixate well.... HELP
Well it's clear, I ruined it, I panicked, this is the result.... I thought I read somewhere that after fixating the coating should hide the shining of the graphite, so I thought I had to apply more... :iconcryingemote:
The mighty highlander from the north, suggested to