Hey new followers!
In addition to writing, I also reblog art and great writing/drawing tips.
This tutorial is incredible if you are a character designer looking to diversify your female characters. Adding weight to a character is not as simple as drawing a simple body and curving the lines; you have to know the body structure to get it right.
I tried the second character from the left “Gwen” and was shocked at how close my sketch came to this tutorial.
A helpful guide for comic artists, character designers, and cosplayers alike.
Tutorial - Curves on Girls by *Ai-Bee
These are cute.
This is real good and i recommend this to everyone.
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anon asked me how do I draw different sized boobs so I whipped up a tutorial (I draw slow, sorry) I am not a good expert at boobies soo sorry x2! weh haha
basically flat = pointy-ish, as boobs size increase the lower half gets rounder, then the top half. boobies are floppy towards the sides due to gravity
shape/perspective of boobs
all the oppais!
even though I am still not really good at drawing boobs at all sigh… i hope you find this useful even for a bit hahaa……..;;
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How I pratice drawing things, now in a tutorial form.
The shrimp photo I used is here
Show me your shrimps if you do this uvu
PS: lots of engrish because foreign
hey this is amazing.
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the big list of pixel art tutorials by pixelprospector
pixel art tutorials
graphic style analysis
tutorials about glowy graphics
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I am probably not the best person to be asking since I am still learning myself, so take this with a grain of salt. Your best bet is just to observe metal objects in real life or find references. But I hope this at least points you in the right direction!!
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Painting tutorial: get some fucking oil paints and fucking paint on some canvas you bunch of bastards
As a traditional artist I still find this helpful. So shut up and quit making us all look bad.
lmao traditional materials are expensive as shit, especially fucking oil paints. if you use them a lot, that can really add up over time. even my small collection of copic markers is worth anywhere between 150 to 200 dollars
compared to a 50-80 dollar art program like SAI that you can use over and over again to acheive similar effects, digital art is often a more realistic choice for people who don’t have a lot of money
in short, shut the fuck up and stop looking down your nose at people over what they make art with
Not mentioning oil paints and some solvents (turpentine) used with them might be dangerous - some colours contain heavy metals, so, for example breathing paint dust, or eating it by accident (that’s why you oughta keep it away from children) might cause heavy poisoning, or at least skin allergy (speaking from own experience hah), let alone this crap is highly flammable. To be able to work with oil paints safely, you need your studio to be properly ventilated (oil paintings dry forever), you should wear gloves whilst working, and clean your brushes every time you’re done with work (and forget about using the same brush for oil paints, and, uh, acrylic paints; oil paint destroys soft brushes).
While I do get the appeal of oil paintings I personally don’t really like the paints tbh, they’re a pain in the arse to clean because you pretty much need turps/spirit, the paintings take forever to dry (pets + wet oily canvas = disaster) as opposed to acrylic and I have a hard time getting small details in. I’ve only ever done it because I was given a cheap set of small ones then had to buy a bigger white tube just to use them properly.
Don’t get me started on oil pastels I hate those even more…
Oil pastels, more like holy shit its getting EVERYWHERE.
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