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Post Reply Which Is Harder To Draw: Males Or Females
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Posted 6/25/13
Guys are more difficult to draw I'm more used to drawing girls
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Posted 6/25/13
For me it's males. I can't stop giving them such feminine features. I try to make their shoulders broader, and usually that works, but then their faces look extremely feminine. Maybe I should add more lines to their faces, and make their eyes smaller.
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Posted 6/26/13
Males Dx Girls are much easier to draw. I can draw an okay male, but I have to put a lot more time into it.
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37 / M / Maryland
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Posted 6/27/13


Yea feel the same on that note
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18 / M / Chalky Woods
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Posted 6/29/13
Masculine characters are harder to draw because the body doesn't follow a simple pattern like females or feminine males.
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Posted 8/4/13
Males seem to have a harder time drawing females and vice versa. However it's not about male or female, a basic figure is constructed the same way, with a few minor adjustments.
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Posted 8/5/13
It's simply a matter of perspective, if the artists prefers to draw bodies with a broader build than they will probably say that men are easier to draw but if the artist prefers to draw more curvaceous builds than they would say that women are easier to draw.
It's also a matter of practice, how many hours a day do you spend drawing females as opposed to how many hours a day you spend drawing males. Depending on the answer, you can bet that you will take a liking towards drawing one type of gender as opposed to the other.
Personally, I can draw both masculine and feminine features but I prefer to draw females because I find them more attractive but than again, I am a man so that shouldn't come as a surprise.
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29 / M / Huntington Beach,...
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Posted 8/15/13
It depends. I prefer women because I dont have to worry about muscles as much and focus mainly on the curves. I can draw male characters with no muscles which makes it the same difficulty as women but with muscles, its much harder. Also drawing girls is much more fun.
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21 / F / Michigan
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Posted 8/17/13
Males for me....



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25 / F / Pittsburgh, PA
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Posted 8/17/13 , edited 8/17/13
Depends on the day lol

Sometimes I have an easier time with females, sometimes it's the opposite but I do have more male off days than female~ >_<
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19 / M / Alaska
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Posted 8/19/13
ill say males are harder, more muscle detail, but i started drawing females first so idk
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Posted 9/2/13
I think it actually depends on how I draw them or the pose their in. Some poses make it easier to point out a feminine or boyish side though straight on, I can't get the curves right and for guys, I make them to small or can't get the chest and shoulders right.
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18 / M / England
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Posted 9/6/13
Depends on the style. If I'm going for a realistic look, guys, because the lips always make them look feminine.
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17 / F / Irvine
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Posted 9/6/13
i find girls harder to draw cuz thy are just more...uh.. i dont know how to explain
guys are easier
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19 / M / A Forest
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Posted 9/9/13
I have difficulty drawing girls, they always come out so manry.
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