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Colin YNWA:

--- Quote from: JTPegg on 10 September, 2021, 04:43:24 PM ---
Out of interest you kept flipping the panel as you were going along, often, when not actually adding anything, I'm guessing to do the equivalent of looking at the image in a mirror, which I know is something that helps give a fresh view of a picture when you are drawing.

Can I be so bound as to ask why you flip it while actually drawing in detail and lines though. Is this equivalent to turning a page around when drawing to help your hand angle? For some reason I found it being done when working digitally surprising?

Just curious nothing else.

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Quite right. Keeps the eye fresh and helps spot anything really glaring.

I’ll draw on it in any orientation as it’s all about building the image up. Also, it may be a ‘gestural’ line which just feels more natural to do a certain way.

Hope that helps..!?

Cool - interesting - love these behind the scenes peaks - thanks so much for sharing... though it did land just as I was flagging at work and kinda killed my work day!... so actually double thanks!

Happy to help!

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