I can draw weapons, Machines, Spacecrafts, Battleships, Gunships and anything related to war very very efficiently and nicely. Also I can draw new and very Dangerous looking swords. Plus some landscapes. But I find Humans to be most difficult object to be drawn. I can draw Humanoids and Mutants but drawing humans and animals are not my cup of tea.
I feel like I'm much better at drawing Pokémon and creatures than actual humans. I have a hard time drawing them. I try to practice but I find it almost not enjoyable to do it as I'm never satisfied with the result.
Lots of practice I guess c:
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No idea really. I draw pretty eyes these days I guess and I have a solid understanding of how the body moves from my time as a dancer. I'm also pretty good at learning things at a theoretical level even if I typically suck at actually implementing things I learn. As for things I'm bad at, that's easier. Right now the thing I'm worst at is shading. I'm also not great at backgrounds, expressions or making clothes intricate and interesting. My creasing needs more work too.
Oh yeah if I had to be specific, probably Pokémon and non-realistic animals! So cartoony things basically. The moment you tell me to draw a hand tho... ohh boy. Not too interested in drawing humans usually so it’s not a major complaint, but just makes me respect those who can draw the human body that much more.
Drawing humans could be complex and wide range of field to discover , character designs , background , cloth folds , armour rendering , proportion , expression etc. Lots of things to take consider for making good illustration circulating potraits and full body drawing, it take a long while and lot of of effort to do but when you acquire the skill, it's really fun to draw what you like.
I used to hate lineart but now, it's probably coloring and shading is what I dread in the process. As for things I struggle drawing... feet is probably the worst things for me to draw since I have the least experience drawing them due to how I always just throw a shoe on to avoid drawing feet.