I was out in cologne yesterday and felt like drawing, so I sketched a nice gay couple:
Black ink and white pencil on gray paper.
Great inks man, although the thick outline on the profile guy on the left (Our left.) makes him look flat....
You never feel awkward when sketching real life people? Sometimes I go out with my paper and pencils, but I allways feel like I'm stalking....
ok, i slept about it and realized that gay men are real people too with emotions and feelings and don't sharing their sexual preferences doesnt mean i should have prejudices about those people....
sorry about that [/edit]
:confused: :eek: :confused: :chug:
Last edited by coriat; October 29th, 2002 at 10:09 AM.
Cynical smarty pants.
coriat...why you should edit your post?
If you want to say something, do it...if not, let it be...just that simple!
Uh, coriat...say no to what? using this shitty bad quality paper, or this sketchy messy white chalk? Or do you mean the bad composition of the picture, regarding to the position of the couple on the pic, or do you mean the cutoff head of the flat guy? OR should I draw two gay women, would this be more pleasent to your eyes? Please be more concret, otherwise your reply isn't very helpful, thank you in advance.