try making the lines in your contour drawings longer and continuous... try to leave your pencil on the paper as you draw and never pick it up... and don't forget to remember to focus on the object you are contouring and not the paper.
It is true that the lines break up, but It was one long stroke for the contour drawing. My hand came up here and there, I was using ink. This seems to happen to me more when I use a pen than with a pencil. dunno why.
Thanks, it was supposed to be just a coloring practice to see how well I could do skintone, but I may finish it as a piece...
i probably know one reason the contour may have done that, since you were using a pen, you may have applied different pressure in different areas much like you would if you were using a pencil... sometimes if a pen is as too low of a pressure the ink tends to 'stick' against the rolling ball and not flow as easily or sometimes not flow at all.
Hey guys, I've uploaded a few of my own unique way of studying anatomy, lol, while having fun at the same time. I play Super Smash Bros Melee a lot, (I'm also pretty good at it) And some of the moves when paused provide good positions that would be impossible for humans to hold in life, so I just pause and draw while playing. The first is of Marth, a Fire Emblem character doing his up smash move. The second is of Sheik, doing her back kick while in the air. (In the smash community we call it a 'Bair', back air)
Very sketchy, just wanted to get the general positions down.