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    Question How should i draw Michael?

    I'm planning to draw Michael in my style but i'm trying to figure out how should i draw him. should i draw with his vitiligo or without it or with his vitiligo spots showing? i wanna stick with a perfect way of drawing him. i know also depends on which era i draw him in but i wanna stick with a look so i don't have always change his look.

    how did Michael wanted to be drawn?



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    Default Re: How should i draw Michael?

    Based on the portraits Michael had made of himself and hanging in his home, I'd say he prefers Bad era and before.

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    Default Re: How should i draw Michael?

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    Default Re: How should i draw Michael?

    You don't need to keep bumping this thread, it's still on the first page.


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    Default Re: How should i draw Michael?

    Quote Originally Posted by NatureCriminal7896 View Post
    I'm planning to draw Michael in my style but i'm trying to figure out how should i draw him. should i draw with his vitiligo or without it or with his vitiligo spots showing? i wanna stick with a perfect way of drawing him. i know also depends on which era i draw him in but i wanna stick with a look so i don't have always change his look.

    how did Michael wanted to be drawn?
    Draw him in any era you want, didn’t matter. I mostly drew in Bad era, but I sometimes drew in Thriller, Dangerous and Invincible eras, plus I once drew him with a little bit of vitiligo shown and that was it. You can look thru my work in my deviantArt page.
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    Default Re: How should i draw Michael?

    The dangerous era

    It's M & Sonny.

    RIP Dearest M. Thank You For My Childhood Memories...& the Magic, my Darling.

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    Default Re: How should i draw Michael?

    Quote Originally Posted by Michaels Lover View Post
    Why are you spamming?
    I guess the OP would like some responses to her question, which is why she started the thread. It's a nice way of connecting with other members and chatting to them, as this whole section of the forum is about members sharing their ideas with each other, on a variety of topics.

    Perhaps you could give your opinion on what you think is a good way to draw Michael - otherwise it feels like you wasted your post.


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    Default Re: How should i draw Michael?

    Quote Originally Posted by NatureCriminal7896 View Post
    I'm planning to draw Michael in my style but i'm trying to figure out how should i draw him. should i draw with his vitiligo or without it or with his vitiligo spots showing? i wanna stick with a perfect way of drawing him. i know also depends on which era i draw him in but i wanna stick with a look so i don't have always change his look.

    how did Michael wanted to be drawn?

    If we're talking about how Michael wanted to be drawn, I think, judging by paintings of himself that he had commissioned, he liked to be shown as a saviour - someone with strength, nobility and valour. He also favoured fantastical, legendary, fairy-tale situations..... and scenarios from history.

    So for example: a pied piper leading others to utopia, a brave knight on a white horse, a leader at a round table of great minds and personalities from history and pop culture, someone who is clearly a scholar and a thinker. In my opinion, he would like to be drawn without his vitiligo, as I think that caused him a great deal of anguish and emotional pain - he went to a lot of trouble to hide it as much as possible.

    If we're talking about how we ourselves would like to see him drawn, I personally love drawings which seem to show his inner spirit; the sparkle in his eyes, the playfulness in his nature and his softness. I guess I'm looking for his inner beauty, rather than anything in particular on the outside, but of course I accept that's very difficult to show in a drawing.

    Most artists seem to focus a lot on the 1980s.....I'm more interested in seeing other time periods illustrated - even if it's just to create greater balance. For example, the duality of vulnerability v/s angst of the late 1990s - early 2000s would be very interesting to see, in drawings of Michael.

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