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2D and Toon  Cross over(?)

Draw with the 2B pencil and mess up with Gimp 2.8, and here is the result… =.=|||

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2D!Bendy: Henry, I’m so confuse, we woke up at strange place, I am out of page, you’re look like a toon, then next second we both got chased by a crazy version of me, and now we are running away for our life, with a man who also name… Henry?

2D!Henry: I’m confused as you are, Bendy. I’m truly no idea what should I need to do now.

Toon!Henry: Less talking more running, once that devil got us and we are done.

(psss,psss, Bendy my dear, just use your secret power already!!!)


To Be Continue…? (meh, may be not.)  (Well, Surprise !!! Here  come the sequel !!!)


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Here is @shinyzango‘s 2D Bendy AU and @squigglydigglydoo‘s Toon Henry AU crossover, hope you guys like ‘em. 

How to Start Your Own Clothing Company

A clothing company can be a huge income source if you’ve got the right creative eye. It can take a lot of money to start a clothing store though, doesn’t it? Not just anyone can make one…

Wrong.

If you’re seriously looking to create a brand of clothing, there are some things that I had to learn the hard way that could benefit someone just starting out. Here they are.

1. Do your research on the feel of clothing you want to create. Brands like American Eagle and Vans have a target audience that they know and cater to. Figure out who your audience is and what they’re already wearing. Design like that. Designing clothes you yourself would wear is a really good place to start.

2. Use GIMP to start out with if you can’t afford good software for design. Start each image out with the appropriate dimensions for the graphic. This will cause some research on your end, make sure you write it down on a post it on your computer. Typically they’re about 12″x12″ and at least 150ppi… These things can be set right when you start a new document. Save as .pngs and you’ve just created a t-shirt graphic!

3. Sign up for Shopify.com (This will cost $30 a month but they don’t take your first-born if you start making bank, just $30. Other companies take a percentage.

4. Match the theme and look of your website to your brands feel. This will create a great legit company looking website.

5. In the app section, download the Printful app. This is a company in CA that prints your shirt out and ships it to your customer. This takes out you having to front $200 to get 30 shirts from Vistaprint, etc… No inventory… No risk for bad designs (other than bad designs)… You sell the shirt for $21, they charge you $11 and you keep $10. You can even change those prices as high or low as you want. I would suggest getting a sample sent to you, so you can see your graphics in person.

6. When an order comes in, the print place handles the print and ship part… They’ve never missed a shirt or order in the year we’ve used them for thisiswhattranslookslike.com – Though you do need to pay attention, if an address is incorrect they’ll email you.


7. Use the profits from this adventure to purchase shirts from discountmugs.com, they’re the cheapest place I could find online and they’re good quality. The profit margin is considerably higher if you sell a shirt for $21 that you only paid $3 for instead of Printful’s $11… You’ll have to do the shipping yourself, but it’ll help increase your profit to expand however you see fit.

You can also just maintain the one website without bringing in inventory.
They do shirts and tanks and hoodies.

Good Luck!
I hope when you’re up and running, you consider advertising in the magazine!

For those unaware, Gimp is a free editing program that’s a great alternative to Photoshop for those who don’t have the money to purchase it, or for those who can’t or don’t want to download it illegally. Though it doesn’t have quite as many bells and whistles as its counterpart, it can still be used to create awesome stuff! As a Gimp user myself, I thought it might be helpful to share some of my favorite resources. Nothing here is mine, so be sure to like the original posts if you find them helpful!

Downloading Gimp

  • Official Site (dozens of easy to download versions available)
  • Lehmann Build (Mac only, extra plugins, also available on official site, my personal favorite)
  • Nightly Builds (Windows only, also available on official site)
  • How to Download Gimp

Downloading Extra Stuff

  • Brushes (Windows Only)
  • Fonts
  • Fonts (Windows Only)
  • Fonts Without Download Button (Windows Only)
  • Gradients
  • How to Install Gradients
  • Installing Plugins (Windows Only)
  • Opening Textures
  • Plug-ins
  • Scripts

Scripts

  • Animstack
  • How to Download Animstack
  • GAP (Windows Only)
  • Ghost Script
  • G’MIC

Coloring Tutorials

  • Basic Filters
  • Black and White
  • Brightening
  • Changing Hair Color
  • Color Meme
  • Color Splash
  • Color Vibrance
  • Coloring Pictures
  • Colorize Black and White Photos
  • Colorize, Brightness Contrast, and Threshold
  • Darken Gradient
  • Different Gradients
  • Faux Gradient
  • Faux Topaz Clean
  • Faux Topaz Denoise
  • Gradient
  • How to Use Gradients
  • Hue Saturation
  • Isolated Coloring
  • Levels
  • List of Gradients
  • Making Dull Edits
  • Pastel Coloring
  • Using PSDs
  • Value Invert
  • Vibrant Coloring
  • Vintage Coloring

Editing Tutorials

  • 3D
  • 3D with a Colored Image
  • Adding Texture to Picspams
  • Banners
  • Black Background
  • Black Demon Eyes
  • Blank Face
  • Blending Pictures Together
  • Blonde to Red Hair
  • Blurred Background
  • Bordered Photosets
  • Borders on Photos
  • Box and Camera Textures
  • Change Clothing Color
  • Changing Eye Color
  • Changing Texture
  • Channel Mixer
  • Collages
  • Color and Texture Background
  • Color Fill
  • Complicated Templates
  • Cutting Out Images
  • Dip Dyed Hair
  • Dotted Borders
  • Dotted Outline
  • Double Borders
  • Drop Shadow
  • Elf Ears
  • Extending the Top of an Image
  • Facebook Timeline Cover
  • Fade-in Transition
  • Fansite Header
  • Flawless Skin
  • Flower Crowns
  • Half Photo
  • Halftone
  • Icons
  • Icons w/ Gradient Backgrounds
  • Layer Masks
  • Light Leak
  • Logo Design
  • Makeup
  • Making Icons
  • Manip (2)
  • Minimalist Poster
  • Minimalist Tutorial
  • Movie Posters (more detailed)
  • Noise
  • Outline
  • Outline Cutout Images
  • Paint Splatter
  • Pattern and Light Textures
  • Picspam
  • Picture in Text
  • Polaroid
  • Red Eye Removal
  • Red Lips
  • Removing Watermarks
  • Round Corners
  • Round Icons
  • Scratch Paper
  • Semi-Transparent
  • Simple Edit
  • Smudge Tool
  • Soft Glow
  • Space Between Picture
  • Spaced Pictures
  • Split Portrait
  • Speech Bubble
  • Stroke on an Image
  • Targaryen Effect
  • Tattoos and Piercings 
  • Templates
  • Texture (2)
  • Texture on Clothing
  • Transparent Backgrounds
  • Transparent Border
  • Transparent Circle
  • Tumblr Header
  • Twitter Side Background
  • Unsaturated Blur
  • Using Cage Transform
  • Using Paths
  • Using Textures
  • Using Wavelet Denoise
  • Using Wavelet Sharpen
  • VHC Effect

GIF Tutorials

  • 3D Motion
  • 3D White Line Effect
  • Adding Gradient
  • Adding Text
  • Adding Texture
  • Badges
  • Banner
  • Better Looking GIFs
  • Black and White to Color (Slowly Fading)
  • Black Background
  • Blank Page
  • Blending Two GIFs Into One
  • Border Inside GIF
  • Circle GIF
  • Color Hue
  • Comic Book GIFs
  • Click and Drag Game
  • Color Bomb
  • Color Burn
  • Coloring
  • Coloring with Brightness and Contrast
  • Coloring with Curves
  • Color to Black and White
  • Complicated Templates
  • Crackship
  • Doodle GIFs
  • Extending the Top of a GIF
  • Fade Transition
  • GIFs (detailed)
  • GIF in Objects
  • GIF in Templates
  • GIF in Text
  • GIF Inside a Silhouette 
  • How to Add GIFs to Pictures
  • How to Add XCFs to GIFs
  • How to GIF on Gimp
  • How to Make a Gif (HQ)
  • How to Sharpen a GIF
  • Isolated Color
  • Makeup
  • Making One Part of a GIF Move
  • Motion Blur
  • Motion Blue Transition
  • Moving Outline
  • Picspam
  • Sharpening
  • Sharpening and Coloring (GAP)
  • Text on Certain Part of GIFs
  • Texture Brush GIF
  • Two Gifs in One Frame
  • Using Templates

Graphic Tutorials

  • 3D Motion
  • Black and White Picspam with Text
  • Cloud Graphic
  • Color Palette
  • Cutout Pattern Tutorial
  • Cutout With Texture and Speech Bubble Effect
  • Diamond Graphic
  • Double Exposure
  • Eye Cutouts
  • Futuristic Animation
  • Futuristic Motion Blur with Texture
  • iPod Gif
  • Magazine
  • Paint Splatter With Cutout
  • Paper Texture Gradient
  • Speech Bubble
  • Subtle 3D
  • Template Graphic
  • Typography Graphic
  • Hydra Mainframe Animation
  • Undersaturated Brushstroke
  • Vintage Decorative Box
  • Vintage Handwritten

Text Tutorials

  • Color Burn Text
  • Curve Text
  • Dotted Outline
  • Drop Shadow
  • Gradient
  • Keep Calm and Carry On
  • Landscape Text
  • Motion Blur
  • Outer Glow
  • Quotes
  • Shadows
  • Simple Boxed Name
  • Text Animation
  • Text as Face
  • Text in Box
  • Text Stroke
  • Translucent Text
  • Typing Effect
  • Typography
  • Using Fonts
  • Watercolor Minimalist
  • Watercolor Minimalist 2

XCFs (Basically Gimp’s Version of  PSDs)

Basics

  • Applying XCFs
  • How to Use XCF
  • Making XCFs
  • Using XCFs

XCFs

  • Black and White w/ Red Gradient
  • Blue w/ Texture
  • Bright/White
  • Contrast
  • Death Note
  • Disney
  • Disney Pastel
  • Doctor Who 709
  • fy-gimp XCFs
  • Gimp XCF #1 (asseylum-hime)
  • Gimp XCF #2 (asseylum-hime)
  • Green
  • Jasonika
  • Miley Cyrus Vintage
  • Monochrome
  • Pastel
  • Photoshoot
  • Primadonna
  • Rose Tyler
  • Sleepy Hollow
  • Teen Wolf
  • The Hobbit/Yellow or Orange
  • The Vampire Diaries
  • Vintage
  • White

Other

  • fy-gimp Curves
  • Digital Painting
  • Grid Background
  • Layer Modes
  • Lineart
  • Rule of Thirds
  • Shortcuts
  • Teen Wolf Curve

krimzon-kris  asked:

If you don't mind my asking, what kind of tablet do you use/what art program do you use for your art? :o

I use wacom intuos (a gift from a friend bc this is one of the “cheaper ones” but i am still too broke to quickbuy anything over $100 rn), and GIMP 2.8  ;O

anonymous asked:

can you introducing me to some animating Program Please i wanna try animating >w<

As a beginner try:

Pencil 2D:
http://www.pencil2d.org/pencil2d/

GIMP 2.8:
https://www.gimp.org/

FireAlpaca:
http://firealpaca.com/en

Later on you would like to get a better program, well:

toon boom:
https://www.toonboom.com/

Adobe flash and animate:
https://creative.adobe.com/products/download/animate
http://www.adobe.com/mt/products/flash.html

CreaToon:
http://ccm.net/download/download-22194-creatoon


For beginners i personally recommend firealpaca

for advance i personally recommend toon boom

i hope this helps you >w<

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“HELLO~♥”


I wanted to animate one of the MM emojis and tried to add some inbetweens and experiment with shading and such. This was such a trial seeing as I am new to animation;; As you can see the timing fluctuated a bit throughout the process. Overall I’m glad I got to finish this ♥

Apprx: 12hrs of continuous work/research on wtf I’m doing LOL

Software used: SAI animation assistant 2, GIMP, PSD CS5

I humbly ask people not to remove my watermark on the finished version or repost these gifs anywhere else claiming credit for my work.