im sorry i use this coloring often

im sick and tired of men complaining about women being afraid of them like i DO NOT CARE if it hurts your feelings when a girl crosses the street to get further away from you!!! we hear how men talk about us! we see how men treat us! well stop being scared of men when they stop being so fucking scary!

edit: i made this post as a part of an annoyed rant, because a family member was complaining about a woman avoiding him in the parking lot. it was a personal post that i made at like 2 am, not meant or expected to get notes, NOT meant to be reblogged by terfs, and DEFINITELY ‼️ not meant to single out men of color. im white, and i wasnt even considering that white women often use this language to justify their racist violent perceptions and fear of men of color. i should have have been more specific and thought this post through more. im sorry

anonymous asked:

Im sorry but what means color bleed and washed?

I’m assuming you mean in art?

color bleed is when the colors you’re using get absorbed by parts of the paper you didn’t intend to be colored. Watery markers on thin paper often bleed! It may be used in a metaphorical sense, like digital colors bleeding (blending, or spilling) into each other. like watercolor! 

apparently it means something else with 3D models, but I don’t think that’s what you’re looking for?

washed- I don’t know. You may mean washed out? that’s when the image is too bright and hard to tell apart, or when in general it’s hard to tell where one thing ends and begins. think of an over exposed photo or the pattern on an old old wallpaper, maybe.

maybe this helps?


lio-zehel replied to your postIm sorry but what means color bleed and washed?

Washed is a technique in aquarell painting, theres tutorials on youtube 👌👌👌

this is maybe what you were looking for!! (thank you!)

lunaklow  asked:

Hey in ur commission for power of the innocents, Veronica's blush was wicked cool! How do you get that effect?

my first ask!! * v * aaaaaa

tbh i don’t remember exactly, but i do remember that i used a combination of the water brushes and the blur tool and i make sure that i have a solid patch of color (i use the water brush to build up the color, then the blur tool to smoothen it out if needed. i don’t use the blur tool that often anymore tho). 

i do work lot with textures too!!

In Paint Tool Sai, i go to paints effect and pick “Watercolor 2 pt” and use the following settings as in the screenshot.

^ that’s a what it does!! i use that to most of my layers, but the presets vary depending whether it suits the illustration. it’s all about experimenting! (also, im sorry i can’t give you my brush presets, 

hope this helps!!

anonymous asked:

how did you desing fay as a character? do you have any steps kinda thingy to desing my own? i really like your art and art style btw

UHHH I started with his personality, and then I fit how I think he would look according to that! It’s hard for me to explain bc I have a very random way of designing my characters… I just kinda get an image in my head of how i think they would look like?? and I don’t really have any reasoning for most of my choices LMFAO 

If you’re not sure how to start I think it’s good that you base your character off something? Like an idea or even an object! e.g. I WAS TALKING to @cosmosmoonstars​ a whle ago about OCs and they have a rly cute OC named melba based of a teapot, and I think that’s really cool!! I’m sure your OC will grow and change as you go along, so don’t worry too much about getting everything right the first time!! Fay’s changed quite a bit since I first made him (maybe not terribly obvious bc his design is relatively simple HAHA)

I think it’s more of my art changing than anything but my art of him used to be a lot more inconsistent SO I GUES SMY POINT WAS that I took a while to develop fay into a consistent design and I think there’s still a lot more for me to expand on SO!! IT’S OK TO START SIMPLE AND LET YOUR CHARS GROW!


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updated resource post!! click to enlarge

some steps:

1. sketch and add base colors (all colors go on separate layers), shade each layer very loosely. recolor your lines accordingly and then merge it all.

2. uhh paint

3. fix anything u dont like && use different layer settings (primarily overlay) to adjust your colors

4. more color correcting w/ an actual photo editing program (using curves, color balance, levels) & last-minute fixes

aand then u have some brushes– i left a couple out that i dont use as often, but these are all my regulars!!