Watercolour self portraits based on a good day.
|—||Iain Smith (via captain-sex-kitten)|
Yaaaaaaaaaassssssss I’m so glad to hear this! You don’t understand how much I needed to hear this from someone today!!!! Thank you and keep improving you amazing mother fucker you!!!! ❤️❤️❤️
Oh wowwwwww thank youuuu!!!! I try to be more social with my followers to not seem like I’m better and more like an equal because I get lots of messages making it seem like I don’t have time or like I wouldn’t bother replying to messages. Kinda wanna just break that image that’s usually put on popular and semi popular artists and let everyone feel comfortable with me. Glad to see it’s working!!!!!
Thank you so much and hmmmm lemme think…
Mature faces are often longer and are used in both male and female faces. People just try to draw female faces with a more youthful appearance but the lengthening of a face can be applied to both sexes. Effeminate faces seem to be more round and have like an upside down tear drop shape. More masculine features on the other hand tend to become narrow around the hairline and grow larger at the jaws and chin. Smaller eyes make men look more masculine in drawings(and personally a little more attractive???). Smaller foreheads as well I’ve noticed! When I talk to guys with taller foreheads they usually seem younger and guys with their hairlines closer to their brows look older and more masculine. Most of the manly guys I draw are based off of traits I find attractive in men, so some may be more or less masculine than others and it’s really based on how you perceive masculine and mature. I suggest looking up bara artists and maybe following male model blogs or blogs that post really masculine guys. You can look on my personal blog’s tagged/damn to get some references for masculine guys I use as references and inspiration. Just to warn you, some of the stuff there might be nsfw so beware.