To finish my most recent drawing practices, the last two drawings are not my original works and for a few days I had no ideas of what to draw or what I should practice, so I thought of drawing something that I thought was cool on the internet to pass the time until some idea comes to mind.
Putting my idea into action, I decided to draw this Iskandar by the artist Yecow to keep me busy and also exercise my observation drawing, I just adapted the original pose for an Iskandar with outstretched arms.
The design is very asymmetrical and inharmonious in the line of the head with the torso, in short, that was all I got for now until someday I had a little more skill.
I apologize to the artist if I offended him by using his work for personal practical purposes!
Follow and favorite Yecow's work, this is a great artist who has excellent works!
The link to the original art used for my practice is this one:
Fanart Friday: Iskandar by Yecow: https://www.deviantart.com/yecow/art/Fanart-Friday-Iskandar-758974934
If you liked this drawing, feel free to comment or favorite, your opinion is always welcome!
More info about Iskandar below:
"Known by many names, Alexander, Iskandar, and Alexandros, he was the young prince of the small kingdom of Macedonia in the 4th Century BC, said to have been the son of Zeus in many stories despite absence of clear evidence. He was known as a "peerless pretty boy" who was noticed by many sages, such as Aristotle, as a prodigy. During this period of his life, he spent much of his time training as a soldier, studying philosophy and political sciences, and reading great legends. While he bloomed with many talents, he approved of every and all possibilities, able to be called the "personification of possibilities" itself. He possessed a close friend, an "amazing man" who truly began to show his talents after Alexander's death, who would often drag him around rambunctiously in a manner to his later encounter with Taiga Fujimura, expanding Alexander's horizons thanks to his actions. Though considered beautiful, his self-recognition in being the child of Zeus granted him strength, reducing his boyish looks over time. He later encountered the Gordian Knot, cleaving the rope with his sword and taking the divine bulls offered to Zeus by King Gordius as his own for use with his chariot..." - Source: Type-Moon Fandom.