I don’t know if I’m qualified to answer this at all, but I’ll do my best! Before I start, this is how I draw Sans, how
you choose to draw him entirely depends on what feels more comfortable
to you and your style. (I tried drawing Sans a bunch of different ways
until I found a style that suits me.)
Start off with a ‘t’ shape (we all know the drill but its super
important to help figure out where his face goes and how to shape his
After all that noise, you can shape his face around the ‘t’. It helps a lot when you’re figuring out his jaw situation.
Again! Use the lines to figure out where to add his face! (*gasp*! he’s already cute af)
Sans is all curves. (one of the reasons drawing him is so therapeutic for me)
Make him round! Add some poofy clothes! Tell him he’s pretty!
Basically my tips are don’t underestimate the ‘t’ and Sans is at his most powerful the rounder he is.
Tony couldn’t seep. Sometimes he managed a few hours if he was tired enough, so usually he went to the gym and worked out until he was exhausted. Tonight, though, he found the gym already occupied: Barnes, with his hair tied up, working steadily at the heavy bag. Normally Tony would make an awkward comment and leave him to it, but instead he just heads for the opposite side of the gym. After setting up at one of the far treadmills, Tony worked his way to a easy run. Barnes was laying his fists rhythmically into the bag, and the quiet thumping was sort of strangely soothing. Between the running and the thumping, Tony slipped into a near-trancelike state.
And then Barnes let out an ungodly howl, drew back his left fist, and slammed it straight through the heavy bag with a roar of, “DIE A THOUSAND BURNING DEATHS!”
Tony fell off the treadmill, scrambled to his feet, and booked it to the elevator.
holy shit you guys there was a spider on my punching bag !!! thanks to my many years of combat experience & martial arts training things are okay now