koalaphoenix asked: Hi, I'd like to start by saying I absolutely ADORE your artwork, it's exactly how I want to draw! My question is: how did you learn to draw cars the way you do? They're stylized but realistic, and awesome. Just curious!
Thank you! Hahaha oh man-I STILL don’t know how to draw cars. They’re like these complex and majestic creatures that come in a ridiculous variety of shapes and sizes, and that’s just on the outside. I think they’re really cool and just stare at them a lot and hope my doodles turns out good through sheer dumb luck. But I do take great care in putting as much character and life into each line-which, I know, seems pretty counter intuitive when dealing with rigid and manmade objects such as automobiles. For me the trick is to avoid drawings stiff and careful lines and treat drawing cars like I would treat drawing people. Pretend they’re characters with personality as well!
puddingpox asked: How do you have such a perfect and complete understanding of how bodies and movement work?? You are fantastic ;;
short answer: I drew way too much for way too long.
A lot of hard work and thoughtful observation and analyzing, really! Still workin’ on it, but thanks very much for the kind comment.