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(01-02-2019, 02:21 AM)Spalea Wrote: @Pantherinae :

About your drawing at #135: well ! It's good but if I may say so: Your nose is too small. And, as concerns the whiskers  look at well a lion's face: the whiskers are never randomly arranged like in your drawing. There is always a certain alignment on the skin surface. They are also longer. And, last thing, a lion has a mouth more square than this.

Don’t worry, I don’t take my drawings serriously I may draw once a year. I draw this out memory, I know I missed out on the perfect anathomy. I might try to draw a cat with a model to look at, and post it here once (if it’s good?)
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(01-02-2019, 02:33 AM)Pantherinae Wrote:
(01-02-2019, 02:21 AM)Spalea Wrote: @Pantherinae :

About your drawing at #135: well ! It's good but if I may say so: Your nose is too small. And, as concerns the whiskers  look at well a lion's face: the whiskers are never randomly arranged like in your drawing. There is always a certain alignment on the skin surface. They are also longer. And, last thing, a lion has a mouth more square than this.

Don’t worry, I don’t take my drawings serriously I may draw once a year. I draw this out memory, I know I missed out on the perfect anathomy. I might try to draw a cat with a model to look at, and post it here once (if it’s good?)
If you really draw once a year by realizing this draw: you have a gift ! You must continue !
To draw with a model is the best method ! No contest... I started like that in the zoos. And when you are before a lion or a tiger, not too old and not being sleeping, their presence is electrifying you (personnal senstions perhaps).
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(01-02-2019, 02:45 AM)Spalea Wrote:
(01-02-2019, 02:33 AM)Pantherinae Wrote:
(01-02-2019, 02:21 AM)Spalea Wrote: @Pantherinae :

About your drawing at #135: well ! It's good but if I may say so: Your nose is too small. And, as concerns the whiskers  look at well a lion's face: the whiskers are never randomly arranged like in your drawing. There is always a certain alignment on the skin surface. They are also longer. And, last thing, a lion has a mouth more square than this.

Don’t worry, I don’t take my drawings serriously I may draw once a year. I draw this out memory, I know I missed out on the perfect anathomy. I might try to draw a cat with a model to look at, and post it here once (if it’s good?)
If you really draw once a year by realizing this draw: you have a gift ! You must continue !
To draw with a model is the best method ! No contest... I started like that in the zoos. And when you are before a lion or a tiger, not too old and not being sleeping, their presence is electrifying you (personnal senstions perhaps).
Thank you very much, I now tried to draw a jaguar, the nose again was a little to small.. but I think the mouth was better than the last one! I will maybe buy real equipment and use a model/photagarphy to look at while drawing. 
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@Pantherinae : bravo for this one at #141. The mouth is better, no problem... Especially since the jaguar is a little as a bulldog among the felids.

You're right, the nose is a little too small again, but you can do it. It's already less blatant than with the lion's head. And the whiskers are much better too !
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(01-02-2019, 04:53 AM)Spalea Wrote: @Pantherinae : bravo for this one at #141. The mouth is better, no problem... Especially since the jaguar is a little as a bulldog among the felids.

You're right, the nose is a little too small again, but you can do it. It's already less blatant than with the lion's head. And the whiskers are much better too !

About whiskers.... did you have whiskey last night? Wink
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(01-02-2019, 05:05 AM)Shadow Wrote:
(01-02-2019, 04:53 AM)Spalea Wrote: @Pantherinae : bravo for this one at #141. The mouth is better, no problem... Especially since the jaguar is a little as a bulldog among the felids.

You're right, the nose is a little too small again, but you can do it. It's already less blatant than with the lion's head. And the whiskers are much better too !

About whiskers.... did you have whiskey last night? Wink

As a matter of fact I did! Haha
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(01-02-2019, 04:53 AM)Spalea Wrote: @Pantherinae : bravo for this one at #141. The mouth is better, no problem... Especially since the jaguar is a little as a bulldog among the felids.

You're right, the nose is a little too small again, but you can do it. It's already less blatant than with the lion's head. And the whiskers are much better too !

Thanks Spalea. I took the time to draw another lion now felt it was better, but it’s very relaxing and I do actually enjoy drawing tbh. Next week I might go down and buy some equipment! 


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(01-02-2019, 05:05 AM)Shadow Wrote:
(01-02-2019, 04:53 AM)Spalea Wrote: @Pantherinae : bravo for this one at #141. The mouth is better, no problem... Especially since the jaguar is a little as a bulldog among the felids.

You're right, the nose is a little too small again, but you can do it. It's already less blatant than with the lion's head. And the whiskers are much better too !

About whiskers.... did you have whiskey last night? Wink

For some strange reason it crossed in my mind yesterday.....
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(01-02-2019, 05:05 AM)Shadow Wrote: About whiskers.... did you have whiskey last night? Wink

Lol ! I could have one bottle. But I don't need it to spin out of control... An 31th dezember, with a good music, evening is enough for me !
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(01-02-2019, 05:35 AM)Pantherinae Wrote:
(01-02-2019, 05:05 AM)Shadow Wrote:
(01-02-2019, 04:53 AM)Spalea Wrote: @Pantherinae : bravo for this one at #141. The mouth is better, no problem... Especially since the jaguar is a little as a bulldog among the felids.

You're right, the nose is a little too small again, but you can do it. It's already less blatant than with the lion's head. And the whiskers are much better too !

About whiskers.... did you have whiskey last night? Wink

As a matter of fact I did! Haha
Haha... I actually meant my reply to Spalea, but ok, so at least someone had whiskey then Grin
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@Pantherinae : The mouth is more angular. Don't fear to use some straight segments !




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(01-02-2019, 06:12 AM)Spalea Wrote: @Pantherinae : The mouth is more angular. Don't fear to use some straight segments !




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Yeah made some adjustments, but lions do tene to have that line when their mouth is fully closed 
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