i was making a tutorial

anonymous asked:

hello! so I was wondering if you could do a basic tutorial on blender someday? because I'm really interested in making my cc, and sadly the tutorials I could find on YouTube were very very confusing lol.

I might stream later (idk would people watch me messing around in blender lmao) if I can get it to work, I’m waiting on Sebastian to wake up and test listen/watch for me to make sure it’s working. If I do I will prob work on the hat bangs since they’re winning the poll and convert a toddler hair and save it as a video or something idk how twitch works 😢💀💀😢

anonymous asked:

Make a YouTube channel dedicated to makeup tutorials, I'd watch and subscribe real quick

late august early September I will be filming so tell me what ya wanna see

anonymous asked:

could you post about soribada? so more people know to vote? exo is beating us rn for both awards. (altho they're just as great, i really want bts to win one) you don't have to post this ask, just do your own post about it? visit BTSxMVP on twitter for more details.

Sure (lmao i will answer this ask, im lazy to make one asjdakd), pls vote, tutorial is here 

anonymous asked:

Hey I saw the stupid anon ask Loony got and I had this idea. You and Loony could make a tutorial series? Sai and Photoshop side by side comparing?

I was start making ps tuts for requests i got. I’m not planning to doing this all the time but i love this idea, if you guys have ideas/questions about tuts just let me know. So we can start working with her. 

fellow artists,

if you have an ipod or iphone or ipad or whatever then Please download the app “Make a Pose”

it gives you a lil figure like this

and you can make them do whatever you want!! Like

Took me about 1.4 minutes to make this sad little guy it’s Really easy to get the hang of

they Happy

you can change the camera angle so easy too so you can get perspective + foreshortening reference

THIS IS ALL FREE TOO but if you pay $2 you unlock the ability to have two figures onscreen at the same time so you can make COUPLE POSES

AND YOU CAN CHANGE THE LIGHTING,

you can also make rooms and place some objects or characters like so:

YOU WANT A CHARACTER W/ A BIGGER CHEST? HERE THEY ARE

YOU WANT A FRICKIN HORSE?

NEIGH NEIGH MOTHER FUCKER

ANYWAY YOU CAN PAY ABSOLUTELY $0 TO GET THE APP WITH THE ABILITY TO POSE ONE FIGURE AT A TIME AND IF YOU PAY $2 YOU GET TO PUT UP TO 6 CHARACTERS ON THE SCREEN AT ONCE AND YOU ALSO GET A GOTDAMN HORSE. again it is called “Make a Pose” and it’s for iphone or ipod touch or ipad and i cannot recommend it enough

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Update June 2017: Tumblr dimensions/sizes for optimal display of your GIF on the dashboard. To prevent your GIF looking fuzzy/ not animating/ refusing to load, use the sizes above.

Most important is the width, height can be whatever you want up to a point. GIF that are next to each other must be the same height or tumblr will crop them. 3MB+ will not work. More on tumblr sizes

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Updated tutorial? My advise is – use references! All those hands were drawn from the references, photos and life. There’s also loads of useful tutorials on drawing hands that explain how hands work. It’s your job to understand the anatomy and find a way of constructing hands that’s easy for you. And thank you! :)

anonymous asked:

Any tips on hands?

Yes! Hands are one of my favourite things to draw! before you settle on any sort of style, you need to study real hand anatomy either online or via life drawing, understanding hands can be really tricky (which is fine, we learn as we go along).

As for some tips on the way I draw hands, here is some pointers I came up with, apologies for my monstrous handwriting:

I personally love to exaggerate the hands to be as bold and expressive as possible, especially if the mood is something action or adventure-based. Hands are almost like little characters of their own. You can modify them with big gestures or little details (like the pinky finger out if it’s a posh character) as long as it stays believable-looking. Some of my examples!

(Also, use your own hands for reference! You have hands, use them!)

Color Reference Guide to Recognize & Avoid Whitewashing

I’ve made a tutorial on how to color adjust to fix washed out coloringsbut I noticed people aren’t always sure when their coloring needs fixing in the first place. So I’ve made a bunch of colorings you can use to compare your own to. It’s designed to help avoid whitewashing, but also help avoid over-correction.

If you’re not a content creator, you can also use this guide for reblogging as well. :)

Using the Guide

  • Each set comes in three: cool, neutral, and warm. If your coloring is bluer/whiter than the cool tone, consider readjusting.
  • Examples of what might be too pale/bright are beneath each set
  • There are various categories (daytime, night scenes, etc) for each type of scene you might encounter
  • Each coloring has a color palette beneath for the highlights, midtones, and shadows of the character’s face. If you’re having trouble eyeballing it, use the eyedropper tool to double check.

NOTES
1) For the sake of simplicity, I’ve used one character per category, but characters of color are not interchangeable. Identify the skin tone for the character you’re coloring and work with that. This is only meant to give a frame of reference for what is and isn’t whitewashing

2) If any of the colorings look different than what they’ve been stated as (i.e. the cool tones look too warm or some look way too dark to be visible) calibrate your monitor. It means your screen color and gamma needs readjustment.

Guide itself is under the read more!

Keep reading

anonymous asked:

i have a question about drawing clothes with writing on them; when i do it it always seems to turn out slightly ~wrong~. like not all the letters look to be the same size, or like i stretched them/ shortened them in the wrong place. how do you always do it so perfectly? is there some secret to it, or is it mostly trial and error?

Honestly, its a lot of trial and error :’D What I’ve noticed when drawing letters on clothing is the letters have to follow the folds of the clothes - which becomes easier the more you practice. If you have any clothes with lettering or shapes on them (even stripes if you really want to give yourself a headache PFF), take a photo and study how the lines follow the creases!

giving yourself a small guide too can help! What I tend to do when I include letters is stencil out a box shape that follows the shape of the body (even if there aren’t any creases on the chest area for e.g, there’ll still be a slight curve because chests aren’t flat), and then I use that stencil to make the letters fit the shape! Like so:

I hope some of that helps Anon :’D I’ve never tried to do a tutorial before because I find it really tricky to explain how I do things - but I hope even some of this has helped. Honestly the best thing to do is just practice from photos and remember the letters and shapes will distort depending on the angle of the clothing, you’ll get the hang of it in time