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Hey people just a little notice, I am now selling my work on etsy and my shop name is knittedtulip, you can also find all my drawings if you search blind continues line drawing ☺
Animal request are still open, so if you've got a animal yo wanna see in my style feel free to tell me and I'll see what I can do, but please try to request one I haven't drawn before☺
Hey people who visit my page I'm having a little bit of creative block as in I can't decide what animal to draw! soooo I was wondering if there's anyone out their with any animal species they'd like to seen drawn in my style please tell me and I might attempt it 😙 

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MadiiNeko Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
I have a question! What type of drawing technique are you using to make your animals/objects so beautiful and bold with all those extra lines? And what are you doing to color them? 
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whydoyoucaresomuch Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2015
The technique I use to draw is called blind continuous line drawing, which is where you only look at the object your are try to draw and only glance at your drawing.

You also can't take your pen or pencil off the paper which creates all the extra lines and by not looking at what your drawing you can really capture the form of the object especially if you draw very slowly and carefully trying to include and notice as much detail as you can from your subject.

Normaly I add pastels for colour but sometimes I use use water colours or pencils which create different effects, but I prefer pastels because of the bolder colours and better shading ability.
I also only drew in ink pen because of better quality of lines that can be seen a lot clearer.

To create the different variations of the same I image change them on my phone using the built in edit option.
Normally I experiment with the contrast, hue and saturation, along with adding effects such as gothic noir, posterize and negative etc to see how this will change the image and what I can create with them. 

Hope this helped if you have any more questions feel free to ask and thanks for your interest ☺
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MadiiNeko Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Wow, thank you very much for the detailed response! It helped a lot! I plan on blind drawing sometime in the future now that your drawings have influenced me!

Please continue creating wonderful works of art!
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whydoyoucaresomuch Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2015
Glad I could help you and I'm happy to here youll be trying blind continuous line drawings in the future I find its a very freeing unique way of drawing.
And don't worry I'm not gonna stop making my art any time soon☺
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Alexanderlovegrove Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2015
I had an attempt at doing the continuous line drawing - didn't do it blind though (too hard!). I'd love to know what you think: i.imgur.com/qtR3UZH.jpg
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whydoyoucaresomuch Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2015
You've got lovely movement and your proportions are perfect also I really like the pattern on the coat you've achieved with your lines.
But i think next time you should try it in pen to create bolder lines and make the image stand out a lot more also I think the best drawings in this style are always achieved when you draw slowly and really try to notice and include all the small details such as the layers in the eye and the curve in the spin.
Overall it's a great drawing with some really interesting lines created that display movement and form and I'm so happy you tried drawing in my style 😀
And yeah it can take some time getting used to drawing blind, the first time I did I accidentally went onto the table and didn't notice until someone pointed it out and for some reason my drawing had 3 eyes 😅
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Alexanderlovegrove Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2015
Thanks a lot for the detailed feedback!  I will try again with your suggestions - it's quite a nice and rapid way to sketch.  I'll try to do blind again as well at some point.  Attempting that really made me appreciate how accurate your drawings are!
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whydoyoucaresomuch Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2015
Yeah I think it's qite freeing as well cause you don't have to worry about making it look perfect and can I stead just focus on the image.
Thanks it's always nice having someone appreciate my art ☺
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je67di876 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2015
Thank you so so much for the watch! It is most appreciated, truly! :)
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RomaMarufixx Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2013
Thanks for the watch!
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