a clip box

The Perspective grid box in clip studio paint Tutorial

alright so last night i made up something that will change my method of perspective grid. don’t want to open sketchup and screenshot the angle of the perspective grid and past it in clip studio? no problem this will eliminate the need to use any other programs for perspective

now you have to ask why not just put the perspective grid in clip studio? 

this is why, the reason why i don’t get those wonderful coloured lines like i do in sketchup is because its entirely of lines and there fore don’t come out so well in obj

that was a problem for so long but then i decided to give it anouther go with a different approuch

the new one has an actual mass to instead of pure lines (i coloured it just because)

so i done the same thing as i done before and multiplied the square into a dozen squares to make up a bigger one.
so i went and made a box that was’nt crazy big but big enough to be used for what i need it to adn then went to an online 3d file site so i can make the model into an obj. with the obj i pulled it into clip studio and done some work on it
and got this

best part is you can register it as a materiel so you can just pull this from your materials onto any file no problems thou it is best to keep the file of the grid handy just in case something happens
so now i have a 3D perspective grid with perspective rulars attached to its angles perfectly that i can pull on any new piece willy nilly.
so now for some examples

this new grid has certainly changed how i do perspective in clip studio
i’ll defiantly share this grid with artists i know and see how they goe with it

pretty sure you can make your own grid, the one i did in sketchup was piss easy
thou some advice if you are going to make your own be sure not to make the grid too big cause the online converter will take forever if the file is like 100 MB or so

hope this help some

so you want to make an amv?

Hello, everyone! As some of you may know, I make amvs or little video edits for BH6 from time to time. While video edits aren’t necessarily the most popular form of creating for this movie (or upcoming show…who knows??), there are still some people out there who might be interested in making videos. This tutorial is mainly for @princess-kidatheart17 but if anyone else is interested in this post, I hope it helped! 

The following tutorial are just the basics to Movie Studio Platinum (a form of Sony Vegas). 

Keep reading

anonymous asked:

How do you color?

very very simply!

on firealpaca:

1. make a new layer for your lineart.

2. make a new layer UNDER that layer for your color. pick a color and just color with your pen!!


instead of coloring by hand, you can fill in gaps in your lineart with spots of color like this

then bucket fill!

then you can manually fill in the rest! (if you don’t close the gaps with color or edit your lineart to close them then your bucket tool will just spill out and color the entire background)

go over the eyes and mouth and nose to make sure everything is colored underneath those lines because firealpaca will not color underneath them. if you took the lines away without filling in yourself after the bucket it would look like this

which isn’t a huge deal, but it helps to have it all filled in if you need to make edits to your lineart later!

also: regarding the bucket tool. without editing the settings, your bucket will not properly fill in lines and will leave a ring between the color and the lines. to fix this i go up to the top of the screen and “expand” the pixels from 0 to 2. this makes it so whatever you’re filling in with the bucket will do exactly what it says–expand by 2! so now that ring will be gone. (it’s not an exact thing here, i’ve just found that 2 looks pretty good)

now after you’ve finished the base color, check “protect alpha” in your layers menu.

now when you color on that layer you can only color what you’ve already done! so you can’t go outside the lines while you’re adding patterns like spots or whatever.

finish off that dog

3. if you want to do fun fancy stuff then add another layer BETWEEN your lines and color layer. check the “clipping” box. this is just like “protect alpha” except it will work on the layer below it! (there’s a little arrow there telling you what it’s affecting!) this is good so that if you end up hating it you can just turn the layer off or delete it and never have to see it again and your base colors will be untouched!

from here you can mess with any of the settings to do cool stuff with shading or lighting. lots of times i actually do my shading by picking colors myself and drawing them right onto the color layer, but other times i might use this extra layer, set it to “multiply,” pick a color, then shade! you can pick any of the options and see what they do, or change the opacity and see if you like the look of that!

i’ll pick a grayish pink here to use!

and here’s what it looks like when you use it on your multiply layer!!

so ya!! that’s basically how i color! for my dog sets i actually don’t shade at all and just stick to my lines and color layers. for other things i’ll shade on my own, for others i’ll shade with the multiply layer, other times i’ll just experiment and do a whole mess of things! so just test things out and see what you get!!

this is a very simple guide here but i hope this could help those who are learning some basics! :)

anonymous asked:

I'm desperately in love with Nephrite (isn't he the most gorgeous of the Shitennou?!) Top 10 of his (stupidly handsome) facial expressions please!











I’m just jealous of his hair. 


“I think I’m ready for the ring.. Or maybe not?”

Resident Evil 7 Collector’s Edition Unboxing

Hello all!

About a week ago, I won the collector’s edition of Resident Evil 7 by correctly answering a trivia question during one of Capcom’s twitch streams. (Aside: Definitely check out their twitch channel. I really enjoyed watching them show off the new Banned Footage modes for the game.) The collector’s edition arrived today so I thought I would thank Capcom again for such a cool prize and share some unboxing photos, as well as a short video clip of the music box. :)



First, we have the VHS tape replica, the game disc for Xbox One, and the steelbook on the side.

The tape is the Derelict House tape from June 1st - featured in both Beginning Hour and the final game as the night when the Sewer Gators first visited the Baker Estate. Opening the tape reveals…

The warning message, from how it looks after completing the tape in game. “I will dash them YOU against the stones.” It also includes the dummy finger.

Surprise! It’s also a USB flash drive. To the side we have the steelbook, which has a nice minimalist design on the outside, and the estate artwork in the inside.

Next we have a black letter with the games logo embossed. The envelope contains a lithograph of the Baker family enjoying an…interesting…dinner.

Last but not least, we have the replica of the Baker house. This thing is impressively detailed.

If you remove the chimney, you’ll find a crank that activates a particularly dark version of “Go Tell Aunt Rhody” - the same one that plays in the menu opening cut scene.

That’s all folks! Thanks again Capcom for the awesome prize, and hope you all have a wonderful day :)

….yeah, i can’t believe i get paid for this either.

we’re gearing up for our next recording session - and in the meantime, the third and most recent episode of @iriscasefiles​ is available now on all platforms! hope you all like it <3

So today I went into work, took a delivery through freezing rain (as soon as i got there) and then got sent home because my shoes and socks were wet. Anyway I passed out in my work clothes for 5hrs and now im up. @the-happy-high @the-hippyhippie @black-stoners @stoned-pokemon-trainer yall tagged me to take a hit so heres a lil clip wakey bakey. @i-dont-really-mind-im-a-victim @whospilledthebongwater @plainmaryjane @heinousfagotry @sunflowerjawn @badasscannabitch tag you’re it, take a hit!

anonymous asked:

Omg please do teach how you sketch! It’s really pretty *-*

U-uh oh… T-Thank you!! *A*

Teach how to sketch… Uhmmm… *thinking*
Oh! Maybe this would do? :o

I use CSP for my drawing software. And for sketch, I usually pick [Pencil]-[Lighter Pencil] and [Eraser] as my main weapon (and shield? XD)
[Marquee] also helps me a lot for some line correction :3

Don’t forget to try the other tools too! Like, I often do [Flip Horizontal] to check-recheck my composition!

Ouch, sorry for the messy image! ヘ(。□°)ヘ