anonymous asked:

Imagine: Jungkook when the band is finally taking a long break and he starts doing all kind of wild shit. He gets a tattoo. He gets a new haircut idk maybe shaving part of his hair. He starts buying a bunch of new clothes on different styles. And he just is doing all kinds of stuff he didn't do as a teenager.

didn’t get a haircut and didn’t get new clothes (prob just borrowed Yoongi’s jacket) but he got a (several) tattoos

I thought “hell yeah” when I first read that but I realized I don’t know what to do so just.. yeah.

i also run away from tattoo designs like the plague bc how tf do u do them

anonymous asked:

Can you do a tutorial on how you do your anatomy in your art plz ٩( 'ω' )و

I don’t think I’m the best person to ask since my anatomy it’s rather simple but I’ll give it a try

Something really important I do when drawing a body it’s trying to reduce everything with simple shapes and, if needed ony then add details and clean everything up. In this particoulary sketch I drew the red part using soft shapes (circles, ovals, curves) and the blue parts using hard shapes (squares, rectangles, trapeses). But it’s no rule, it really depends on what I want the character to look like.

Something I really sruggled (and still do truggle) at was drawing more masculine characters so later on I tried with two differents body schemes. They are just the base of the body, I choose one or another basing me on if I want the character to look more masculine or feminine then I change it to match the character bodytipe. This doesn’t mean you can’t draw a female with the second scheme and vice versa.

Another very userful thing are the movment lines, they are the first thing you should draw when you draw a body. They are basicaly there to give you a more visual feeling of the character pose or bodylanguage.

Hope this help sorry if it isn’t what you expected ^^”