Glad you think so, but it is one of my earlier drawings, and I did draw the neck part a bit too fast, so I think it needs some more work. But I have left it up on the wall as a reminder of those mistakes.
I bow down to your awesomeness and deadly ninja skill with a pencil... Truly truly amazing, I really mean that. You inspire me. I feel that you may have to start a small 10 min Youtube Tut on what and how you do things. A gift truly worth sharing
The paper used for this drawing is this super cheap paper I dont really use much anymore, Designer Galerie Scetchblock, A4 acidfree paper. I do not use it that much any more cause its slightly rough, but it is very uneven, so it can be very rough in a small section then smooth in another, it is great paper to just throw in some fast scetches on, but not really as long drawing.
If you want great paper, the Strathmore Bristol vellum 300 series is really very good, you can buy that along with electric erasers on www.dickblick.com.
Thank you. It does matter what paper you use, too smooth and creating textures can prove quite tricky, too rough and getting that smooth feel gets quite harder. You can create those on pretty much any paper, but choosing the right paper will make it a lot easier on yourself.