i dont know how to pose in pictures

Reasons To Date Dean

Face times together  

When he wants to snuggle

And snuggles turn into well… this

Him singing to you 

Late night phone calls 

Him being a dork and a cutie

Him snapping you 

Dean making you take pictures of him

Jam sessions together

When you cook him food, him devouring all of it and being a happy little Deanie

Adventures and dates together

Him getting all shy

Car rides together… just being able to watch this in the car… Jesus take the wheel.. please

His weird little pose he always does

Him being FOINE


how did talking about Dean in the car turn into this @clubeskimo i dont know if this killed you or not but… 

*these gifs and pictures are not mine credit goes out to the original gif makers as well as stills*

*except the snapchat’s i made those hehe ^^*

anonymous asked:

hi hi I hope no one has asked this already, but could u maybe give some pointers on how to draw bodies ??? :-0 whenever i draw them they look so stiff and awkward,, the way u draw bodies is so flow-y and gentle ??thank u so much!!!!

hello! of course im glad to do so👍 firstly, i think its pretty self-explanatory but anatomy and the flow of your style develops with lots of practice and time, and what i say after this is the less important part. what helps you the most are making studies of pictures and life, bodies of different sizes and shapes and positions – and poses especially, if u think ur figures look awkward u should stock up on some poses🌝 (i personally never took part in such thing but model classes seem especially useful, since theres a time limit to each pose, it forces you to not dwell on smaller/unimportant details too much, realise what are those details that you do need to picture the likeness of that pose and body, and generally makes your work quicker and flow easier).

  • reference: should i explain this. reference is all artists pal (until ure not copying others artwork) please use references.
  • learn general anatomy rules: body is 8 heads long, feet size = lower arm size, etc etc, there are plenty of anatomy guides about this. these also help when anatomy doesnt feel right but u dont quite know whats wrong. its mostly about developing an eye for proportions, comparing sizes, what should be in line with what; how that changes in shifting positions and angles (like the ears in relation to the eyes when the figure looks up and down post that blew up recently(?) i cant seem to find it lol if anyone has it link me pls so i can link it here as well,,,,) ; and in what ways/how far can the body and limbs bend.
  • leave sketch behind: it kind of requires you to clear the previous point but. the reason i stopped sketching (usually only do when i need to plan where to place the body n stuff in a background) is that since general proportions come to me naturally now my drawing becomes stiff if i do the lineart on a sketch, also i tweak and adjust anatomy a lot along the way so. my sketch wouldnt be more accurate anatomically than the end result and it gives me no real guide. sketching helps u at the beginning stage of learning anatomy as it allows u to think abt bodies in a simplified way (a circle with a cross on it for head we all kno✓), but later it can drag u down and it might be better to move on. also, the common problem of the sketch being more dynamic than the lineart. all my linearts are cleaned up sketches, if we put it that way🌞👍
  • develop a routine: actually this is more of a workflow/speed/not feel so lost tip but it might be useful idk. for the longest time, no matter if its a portrait or full body pic, ive always been drawing body parts in the same order: eyes, eyebrow, nose, mouth, sideburns (yes to locate where ears will be), ears, fringe/forehead area, hair/head, neck, collarbones (to locate shoulders), upper body, hips (to locate what way will legs go), lower body. a video of my sketching to demonstrate 🌚 since hands are p expressive and easy to misplace i usually draw it before the rest of the arm (like a figure leaning on their hand, i get to the collarbone, then the hand, then arm).
  • break down to parts: makes it easier to process the  details. this actually came to me thinking about hands, but applies to the whole body. on a hand, i think of phalanges as different compartments and draw it as if it was a mannequins hand placed together of different premade parts in the shapes of joints and such, and if it looks too much i erase the extra lines (but not always, as seen in the pic below). a ball jointed doll (altho often they have v twisted proportions, and might not go into details on parts like feet) is a good example on how to break it apart imo but im sure there are guides on this online as well. generally meat and bones and stuff that are in one chunk lol. it also helps if u draw the difficult things (hands usually) on a different layer so u can drag it around and see where it fits best. idk if that sounds weird but its part of my pose making process sometimes o(-(
  • zoom out, flip the canvas: i put this after the previous point to enhance: dont work too zoomed in, only on one part of the body. i mean ofc cleaning up lineart is another thing but seeing the whole of the pose and the body is how u prevent misproportioning and misplacing. breaking it apart and then putting it together in the right places and sizes is what we want to achieve here. flipping the canvas horizontally can reveal anatomy mishaps that u might have not even noticed so good to make it a habit.
  • lasso tool and transform (obv only if u work digitally) : my Best Friends :-) as said i adjust anatomy (or the pose even) a lot while linearting and use these two lots. make use of the transform tool not only with sizing but shearing and this thing here that allows u to swish ur selected area around by dragging or how to explain its rly useful.

I have a very soft spot for this pic that i end up using it for my twitter profile picture and haven’t change since..i cannot change it..this one moment is rare because you just cant believe Jaebum doing this to Jackson..it so rare and this is so special and so intimate..i just dont know how to explain..look at their pose and body language..my heart 😍😍

anonymous asked:

How come you called shaun king talcum x? I dont get why black people tease other blacks for not "being black enough". Its fucking stupid

Because he’s literally not black at all. At least there’s significant suspicion that he’s only posing as a black man to grant legitimacy to his positions. Pictures of him as a kid are white as can be and he claims his father was a light skinned black man he didn’t know and just his mom was white. But that’s a remarkably convenient story, and we already know he lies and exaggerates like when he claimed he was attacked for being black and no one could find any evidence of it. It has nothing to do with me not thinking he’s “black enough” so calm down.


Hinata crow and Kageyama crow also Kenma cat @ Jump Festa 2017

You can find them at Toho Animation area. Hinata crow just too cute! He always let us touch his fur and also being cute infront of us. Tobio being tobio~ Unimpressed as ever! Haha.. But during Jump Super Stage Haikyuu, Tobio is the one with most energy where he jumps around really high! and keeps on jumping, I dont know how many times he jumps but sure he’s cute! Kenma cat also very cute! One time when I want to take his picture he stand in front of me and pose cutely and at the end he blocks my front camera with his furry paws! So cute! 😂

anonymous asked:

On this high fashion confessions account on Instagram people were going off on Lara saying that she overrated bc in her new Vogue México editorial her mouth is open in every pic THEY COMPARED HER TO KENDALL the audacity... they were like "her mouth is open in every picture how come no one says anything but when Kendall does that she's the worst? hypocritical". Sweaty, Lara may ain't closed her mouth in a single picture but the whole thing still looks better that any of Kendall's editorials. Ugh

can you link me to the instagram post? I can’t find it. but like there’s an obvious difference between them opening their mouths lmao and if they can’t see this then they dont know shit

tbh like lara has her mouth open to show her iconic gap teeth lmao

kendall does it bc she’s unprofessional with posing and doesnt know wtf to do

i absolutely love rami malek to death okay but some of the shit he has to do for photoshoots makes me want to cry and laugh and toss myself out of a window

i dont understand like yes we know rami there is a penis under that hat 

*lays on wood* this is sexy

dogs and large doors of course how could we forget now pose seductively with the dog

i cant even say anything about this one i just dont understand what hes doing

just look at his dork ass

rami is a fuckin trooper for going through the shit he goes through at photoshoots i hope this man lives a very fulfilling life
(please feel free to add to this mess of a post of rami doing weird dorky shit in pictures)

anonymous asked:

Hey, so, i've been following you since your waylon park ask blog thing and i really like the dynamism on your drawings. everytime i try to make my drawings more "alive" and dynamic they look stiff or something like that. Any tips on this? I understand if you dont know how to answer. Thank you!

What has helped me over the years is a shit ton of gesture drawing classes. It takes time to develop getting an eye for the line of action, but once you can start to nail it down, it really does help with fluidity and dynamic movement.

If you’ve never done gestures/been taught about the line of action here’s a very brief crash course on it. (It would benefit you immensely to practice this everyday but to also learn from professionals as well.)

So here’s your model. She’s doing a pretty gnarly pose.

**All model pictures are from the site pixelovely which I highly recommend as a practice tool.

The first thing you should do before anything else is lay down a line of action + possible indication of where the head is. There are two types of lines of action that are generally accepted: the s-curve and the c-curve. They’re fairly explanatory but just for the benefit of the doubt I’ll show you both kinds so you can get an idea of what I mean.

When it comes to gestures generally the figure doesn’t have to be uber anatomically correct unless it’s meant to be a more realistic/life drawing. If you want something animated and cartoony in theme what you need to be doing is pushing the pose, not drawing it so precisely you’re doing a life drawing. 

Also important to note is that details are not a priority in gestures. Lay down the bare bones of the pose and get the torso limbs down with as few lines as you can.

Boom, you have a gesture.

If you want to add details after laying in the sketch you can, however it’s not really necessary to do much else besides possible vague facial indication or clothing fold indication (unless of course you want more detail). 

The main idea is to really think about what you want your character to convey. Pushing the gesture/pose will display whatever emotion the character has and therefore make them more life-like and easier to read.  Try doing gestures between 30 seconds and 1 minute– do them in groups of 10 or 20 everyday and with time you’ll definitely start to see change.

Getting hung up on anatomy in such an early stage is usually what causes people’s drawings to come out stiff. You can always go in and edit a drawing later on–laying down the movement of the pose first helps ensure it’ll stay dynamic in some way. Of course it’s also very good to draw from life–learning your muscles and how anatomy works genuinely helps gestures come out better since you have a grasp on how to deform a character properly without making it look incorrect and plain weird.

But yeah! I’m unsure if that helps, but that’s what I do when I go to draw. Gesture/line of action first, vague body shape next, and then details later.

One last note: when you practice gestures start out with a sketchpad and pencil. Trying to learn gestures through drawing on the computer automatically stiffens poses. Using a pencil and paper allows you to make your strokes as crazy and fluid as you want + allows varying line weight as well.

by the way im getting tired of this lil phenomenon: *picture of me striking a pose, arching my back, etc* “mmm, nothing wrong with having a little more meat on the bones” “this is a REAL WOMAN”“ i want to fuck this”
*picture of me at the same exact weight wearing the same shit but im sitting down* “ok im all for body posi but this is just taking it too far” “this is unhealthy” “advocating obesity" 

like………. i dont think you guys know how bodies work 

anonymous asked:

can you do a tutorial about how you draw people?

i wasnt sure if you meant process or specifically drawing people, so here is a process gif i made in case you were curious, and for drawing people i dont really have a “set way” to do it i just???? dO IT??????

but generally, to draw people, its important to have a grasp on anatomy and proportions. i mean im not perfect at it but i have a pretty good idea of it?? (i took a figure drawing class and it was a 10/10 experience u learn a lot when u do it; if u have the chance to take a figure drawing class i HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!!!) use lots of reference pictures too, like photos or anatomy books (artistic, not medical altho i use medical ones to study skeletal structure, which is also v helpful). also use yourself as a reference!!! if ur drawing an arm and dont know if it can bend a certain way, bend ur arm to see how a real arm moves!!!! sometimes if the anatomy on a drawing gets tricky, i will literally get up and pose out the drawing.

in actual drawing, i feel like its very important to sketch out the drawing using geometric shapes.

im a little more literal than i lead on but this is what i basically mean. i draw circles for heads and round body parts, and i also use them for joints in the body. the head i sketched is a circle and triangle, and a real head is obviously not that shape, but it works to get the main idea of the shape down. when you sketch, you want to get the main idea down, so you dont need details (yet); just the main shapes.

now granted my anatomy isnt perfect or anything but you have to remember that im heavily stylized as well??? i mean. do NOT use stylization as an excuse for bad anatomy!!! but like dont draw an arm twice as long as a normal arm and say “thats just my style!!!” no. arms usually fall between like mid-thigh ish, give or take a centimeter or two. but basically what im saying is that if youre drawing people, fictional or not, its important to have an understanding of anatomy. it has to be believable, you know what i mean?? like if i drew this picture and gave oropher legs twice as long as regular legs, it wouldnt look “right”. i dont think im explaining this well but i dont think people have 6 ft long legs.

other than that its also important to just keep practicing. its a really cliche thing to say but thats basically it. also use books, pictures, yourself, and other humans as references on how to draw people!! this wasnt really a tutorial rather than just me talking, but i hope this helps!!!!