Akatsuki becomes a mercenary group for hire, as they did in Road to Ninja. This is more appropriately named the “everybody comes back to life and somehow things work out AU”… but as promised, 10 Akatsuki members in the timeline of The Last! Designing is fun (esp the village flak jackets) (・∀・)
See more extensive character/AU details below the cut!:
I love Kenny and I love wings. Wings are friggin’ awesome okay?
So here, have like random doodle stuff that was created when I tested out my new sketching brush. Also two versions, because I don’t know which one looks better. I am no good in drawing blood, but… I like the result. Wanted to add even more blood stains but… LAZYNESS 8’D Besides of this drawing I’ve been a really lazy potato today *cries internally* That’s not okay!
I’ve to be more productive!…. tomorrow. ~ (ง ´౪`)ว
You're such a great artist, it always brings a smile to my face to see you've posted something! I was also kind of wondering if you'd have any tips for drawing clothes? It's amazing how you manage to put in those... what's the word... wrinkles? I don't know. But like there's always just enouph of them, not too many but not too few, you know? And it makes it so much more real! It helps the picture pop out, like I could really touch it! How do you do that? Thanks for the help and have a nice day<3
oh yeah, one more thing (if it isn’t too much of a bother) how do you
draw skele hands/feet? I remember seeing a post somewhere about it but I
can’t find it again, and you said something along the lines how your
style technically isn’t accurate, thy’re more like dolls or something?
But I like yours better then actual skele hands/feet because it’s not
stupidly over complicated to draw XD They’re simple and easy(er) and
still look super cute. Thanks again and have a wonderful day <3
thank you so much!
i’m afraid i’m not really very good at giving tips or anything, i’ve just been drawing for a very long time so i’ve had a lot of time to, uh, hone my cloth-drawing skills - i don’t really put any thought into it anymore, it just comes sort of naturally. all i can really say is to observe (both cloth in real life as well as artists whose way of drawing fabric you like) and practice! and try to keep these things in mind when drawing clothing: the fabric’s material (is it thick and heavy or thin and light? different materials behave in different ways, a thin material has more and thinner folds than a thick material), gravity and movement (gravity is always pulling cloth down, but it depends on the fabric’s type how strongly it’s affected, and that goes for movement as well: heavier objects are less strongly affected by things like wind and movement) and the fabric’s original shape (even a stretchy fabric doesn’t change its shape too much). it also helps to have some kind of an idea of how a piece of clothing is constructed: the shape of its pieces and the locations of seams, stuff like that. as for knowing when to quit…i honestly don’t know, i just learned that with practice. i’ve definitely been guilty of going waaaaayyyyy overboard with folds, and sometimes still am! finding that balance just takes time and practice, i guess?
as for the skele hands and feet, i don’t know if i’ve ever really drawn like a reference pic or anything of them? or at least not one i have posted anywhere. but i drew them pretty much like this (papyrus’s hands and feet are longer and thinner, but otherwise the same):
nowhere near anatomically correct, but nice and easy to draw and - at least in my personal opinion - they go well with the general non-realism of sans and papyrus while still (hopefully?) having a skeletal look. (i call them doll hands because i had the jointed hands of ball-jointed dolls in mind when trying to figure out how to draw them)
thank you again, and sorry that i’m not very good at explaining things! i hope i was of even a little of help bit regardless :’)
I always thought it was weird how when the clock struck midnight all of Cinderella’s fancy stuff reverted except her glass slippers. In my head I imagine that when the clock struck midnight, her slippers started cracking and cutting into her feet as the magic disappeared.
If I may ask how do you draw feet straight forward pointed at the camera? It's driving me nuts and I'm tryna practice
YOU KNOW I don’t really have good advice for that since I don’t draw feet enough or very well XD I think best bet is to google image some feet and start using it as reference :3 Sorry, I know that’s not much help ^^;;;
ahaha wait, what the heck…? how does UNDYNE know anything about all that…?
i think alphys more than anyone would be very understanding of when someone makes a mistake or keeps a secret. but just what kind of mistakes were happening when they were all underground…?
this is another page that was originally 2 pages of 3 and 4 panels respectively, then combined into 1. so it’s technically like getting two pages! i guess. sorry if it’s one-page updates for awhile. it’s a busy time of year!
How do you draw legs again?
How do feet work…?
What are shoes?
What is this???
How do you background????
Where did (insert color) pencil go?
Where are the sharpie pens? I just had them???
How does one art??????
How does one face?
Why dID I DO THAT NO
did I fix it?
Do I need more of (insert color)?