MONGOLIAN LAMB FUR COAT + FISHNET STOCKINGS DRAWING TUTORIAL
I recently discovered a new method of drawing fishnet stockings. Now instead of drawing intersecting diagonal lines, I draw interconnected wavy lines. That makes it look more realistic. I’ll show this cool technique in this tutorial. Moreover, you will learn how to render white Mongolian lamb fur, using markers and white ink gel pen. So let’s get it started 😉
Lamb fur is also called a fleece. The fleece is hair that the breed of sheep produces, and is sheared from sheep’s body. The very first shearing is the finest of fleece. If the staple of the fleece is no less then 7.5 cm (3 inches), it is spun into a fine yarn, then washed, and by preference can be died. The yarn, depending on its weight, can be either crochet, knitted, or woven into a cloth.
MONGOLIAN LAMB FUR + FISHNET DRAWING TUTORIAL
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