Finally drew something after a long time. I can finally say I'm improving. This took around anything between 30-40 hours. You see, I don't really know how to shade like I want to, so I spend my time experimenting ON the drawing until it looks alright-ish. Yes, there's always a chance that I may mess up the drawing completely but live and learn, eh? I don't usually have the time to experiment on a separate page/drawing so I do it on my main drawings instead
This is the first time I've used a kneaded eraser and attempted to blend (getting the hang of both now
As for the game, I feel Assassin's Creed Unity is vastly underrated because of its reputation with bugs and performance. People only focus on that negative aspect and forget about the rest of the beauty. The world and free-running is absolutely breathtaking. AC:U is a technical marvel and is a whole lot of fun to play but nooooo, people don't care. I only faced bugs 2 times in my playthrough on PC (I was stuck on a table and couldn't get off lol) and once I fell through the floor and that's it; Nothing a good fast travel couldn't fix. People are jerks.
Thank You Ubisoft for an amazing game :')
People add this is their description so I will too. Materials used:
2H, B, 2B, 3B, 4B, 5B, 6B, 8B, 9B graphite pencils
Kneaded Eraser (for the first time ever!
Self-made failure Tortillians (I don't really know much about using them. For the first time as well)