Well, actually, I don’t know. If you do, let’s see. So the idea is like this: if you take a sheet of paper and trace your own face from the top of your head to the bottom of your collar bone, you can then take this diagram from a real human head and make a face. I can’t do that, because I don’t have that. But I can use a computer-generated model of your face and draw the curves and the wrinkles, and that gives me a pretty good idea. Then I can use my imagination and, you know, draw this really accurate, realistic looking human nose. That’s what I’m going to do next. You don’t get it at school. You can never draw these things. But then you learn more and more and if you get better, you can do better. And then you get to the point where you are pretty good.
How do you take your own skin colors into the drawing at all?
A lot of models are naturally the same color because there’s nothing that you can do to make them different. So, they take a different color in the studio. We always just paint them green and red, whatever. They do not change their eye color. You can do it; it is really no different than what is natural. But then the way things are color-based is if two of them have the same skin color, they would get the same result because this is the way things are. So, I really just work by using my imagination and then trying to make the model as accurate and realistic as I can, because in drawing skin it needs to be very accurate and realistic and realistic.
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