"If I drive for you, you get your money. You tell me where we start, where we're going, where we're going afterwards. I give you five minutes when we get there. Anything happens in that five minutes and I'm yours. No matter what. Anything a minute on either side of that and you're on your own. I don't sit in while you're running it down. I don't carry a gun. I drive."
this is all digital. I use this simple trick in PS: -select any brush without shape dynamics -click somewhere while holding SHIFT and then click again somwhere else -BAM you have a straight line! But before that, I do sketches with standard lines as everyone else. And its a bit tricky at first to get all these rounded forms right with just straight lines, I still havent quite figured it out myself.
Oh yeah! I think I knew that trick at some point. Thanks! Buuut, what about that bit of texture/grain that your lines have? I'm not just seeing that, am I? I might be able to figure out how to get that sort of look on my own, but since you said "without shape dynamics" I am curious.
I love the way your round forms look! I don't know exactly what you are going for, if you say that you haven't figured it out, but I think you have a really amazing look going on here with this style where everything is technically very angular, but stills maintains underlying levels of roundness and edges.
happy to hear you like it! I think that I haven't figured out how to represent some shapes with this style, like for example butts and breasts, they just look weird and not as juicy as I want them to be. And yes I do use some grain effects, they always help to hide messy gradients and such. What I do is create a new layer filled with white, set it to multiply and then add some 50% noise effect.