it feels good to draw in my style again

picnic-crossing  asked:

I want to hug you all the time tbh ;u; your art is super precious and youre adorably sweet Ive always wanted to know how you draw eyes cause its like my favorite part of your drawings but I'm also a little nervous to ask in case you aren't comfortable sharing.. but if you are do you think you could do a small eye tutorial?? ackkk im sorry 🙈 I can tell Im gonna regret sending this but I appreciate your blog and art and you so so much

hello sweet blossoms! ♡ ahh no worries, you’re too cute! let me give you a huge bear hug aww! (⊃ˆ❍ˆ(͈´ᵕ`͈✿)

I never imagined I’d get a nice message like this about the way I draw eyes, I’m flattered! (﹡ᵗ ꒳ ᵗ ﹡) I don’t really know what to say~~ ah! ♡

for my animal crossing styled chibis, I personally think the way I draw eyes is a little simple and straightforward 💦 I just kind of go with the basic shape of which ever eye I’m drawing! …and add a sparkle! ✧ so to me, they aren’t really unique or stand out much! (ꈍ ꒳ ꈍ)ゞ

(@mayor-aby, @cupcakecrossing and @mayor-peachy all have very amazing, super detailed, and unique eye styles! I looove the way they draw eyes~! ♡ they are my favorites! ♡)

SWEATS 💦 so because my eye style is rather simple, I’m really sorry that this tutorial is kind of short and basic~~ |ω`)゚・ (I’ve also never made a tutorial before so I hope this is okay!! ♡)

I don’t really think I’m the best for this, so I’m really very sorry! but I hope this helps at least a little bit maybe! (ˊ̥̥̥̥̥ ᗨ ˋ̥̥̥̥̥)و ̑̑ if you have other questions on this, feel free to ask! ♪

thank you again and good luck my dear!! ♡

Guys, I apologize for having almost disappeared for several days, honestly, I don’t know how many they were; But I didn’t feel very well and I don’t feel quite right yet (more for the artistic or emotional side); All these days I was sick and I’m really not at all good yet but I feel much better to draw again; And on the other side … I wanted to rest a bit of drawing and all that since I didn’t feel very good there, I even thought of giving up and not continue drawing… I still don’t feel sure but thanks to important people; They helped me to see that it’s best to take it calmly and patiently from here onwards and mainly, to make my own style, one with which I feel safe or secure. I really thought a lot these days hehehe

OOOOOOHHHH, the sudden POWER you feel when you realize that your scanner works again, and that you obviously still can draw cartoonish caricatures of people (this is me), and draw them so badly that they won’t recognize themselves… So I am safe! What devilish thoughts run through my brain now.


Actually, the only thing that works now is Manga style. And I can’t do Manga style… So… whatever… I still might throw in a drawing here and there. Maybe.

anonymous asked:

Um... Hi Golzy! Uh well I wanna ask u a question... see ive been drawing for a loong time and I'm just wondering what your opinion on using references is... I'm starting to draw anime and I get it that you need a reference for knowing how a certain character looks, but for certain things like posture, and eyes and other stuff like that... well I'm kinda nervous whenever I use those references... what's your opinion? Again, thanks for reading this, your art is amazing btw. ^^ stay awesome!!!

Don’t be nervous. Every artist need the references to draw (except to those who is a god who don’t need it O_O )

Like how I took heavily references on human anatomy and postures. and anime styles (>_>)

I spent my money to buy comic books and mangas just to read and analysing their artstyles. It’s also a good references anyway. Which makes me feel motivated to draw arts.

If you trying to make good art, use the reference and improvise it. ^^

anonymous asked:


AAAA IM SO HAPPY TO SEE U SO HAPPY BAB!!!! i’m still trying to figure out how to draw deku so, still not satisfied with how he came out, but practice practice practice to bring u better dekus!!!! (`_´)ゞ

anonymous asked:

Franny i have so many emotions right now please help

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Anon how can I help if you don’t tell me what the emotions are about, tho!!! (are they about the tododekus because if so same rip both of us)

Anon said: I LOVE MIDORIYA AND TODOROKI SO MUCH. This fight was so good so emotional. I’m not crying you are dammit

ANON HOW DID YOU FIND OUT yes I’m crying rip character development once again reducing me to tears what’s new even 

Anon said: U are amazing precious bean that deserves all the love and all the happy

THANK YOU OMFG!!!!! So are you, anon!!!!!! *O*

Anon said: Oh my gosh. That fantasy AU is perfect. Seeing Kaminari all flustered is great. I especially love the way Kirishima and Bakugou call each other by their given names, and how Bakugou openly states Kirishima is really strong.

I’m happy you liked my take on it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m still working with that AU under the belief that Bakugou and Kirishima have known each other their whole lives, so the first names! Also Baku has no problems admitting Kiri’s strong in canon too, so!!!!! He’s a supportive bf, isn’t he haha

Keep reading

anonymous asked:

I like how you drawing eyes and noses.. can you do some tutorial? Please senpai ✨

Oh man Ive never done a tutorial before…lol idk how to really do one but I’ll try anon!! Also long post is long rip.

so I guess I’ll explain by number?

1) I think the most important thing to remember is that the eye itself is a sphere and eyelids come in all sorts of shapes (even more when you’re stylizing as heavily as I do..). So make sure to keep that in mind before you even start. Also proportions, if that’s something you care about, do wonders for making a face believable (this applies less to not-at-all for more anime styles). A general rule of thumb is the eyebrows are even with the tips of the ears when faced straight on and the eyes are about an eye-width apart.

2) This is I guess the most broken down process? I typically done just draw eyes, I start from the face itself and then I put in eyes once I figure out my perspective, but I guess this is a process you should try if you’re having trouble understanding eyes themselves?

3) Eyes are super good for conveying expression and head perspective I think (doubly so when combined with eyebrows). So, when I draw eyes I do the face first, figure out what the perspective of the eyes should be, what shape/expression I want for them, and then I draw them in~

4) My actual physical process for drawing eyes is: first line of eyelid that goes from the corner to the upper eye lid, 2nd line that goes across the entire top of the eyes, 3rd line for the bottom eyelid, and 4th line for the outer waterlines (which I stylize quite heavily, as most real eyes don’t have such prominent waterlines). Then I draw in the iris and pupil to fit the expression and perspective. There are a bunch of examples of how I do eyes there, so hopefully those are good enough examples??

Yeah okay nose time i guess.As with the eyes chart:

1) keeping the shapes of the nose and head proportions is important. I always think about what parts of the nose would be visible and most prominent in whatever position I’m drawing the face in (what will the nostrils look like irl, etc). As a general rule, the nose is equal in length to ears and is about 1/3 of the length of the face from chin to hairline. The bridge of the nose is connected to the brow and lips are connected to the lips via the philtrum (that weird kinda teardrop shaped valley thing above the lip).

2) this is my actual nose drawing process. As always, start with a face and figure out your perspective. I then draw in where the brow is and fill in the eyebrows and part of the eye. Then I draw the line of the nose (if applicable) and the nostrils. I add lines where some noses turn slightly up, as its a style that I enjoy and I think it helps convey perspective in a low maintenance way.

3) is some examples of what noses do in different head positions and angles..I don’t really have a good way of explaining this, as I just try to logically picture what it should look like.

4) is just different types of noses. I will say this: there are many artists far more adept at drawing different ethnicities’ and race’s noses than me. From my head, I’d recommend joannathemad (i believe this is the correct spelling), but again, there are MANY artists who do this well. I’d say look for what you like and try to learn from it and adapt what you like of their’s into your own style!

I hope this was helpful anon, I feel that I probably didn’t organize it in the best way…also I hope you can understand this longass post I wrote..orz Thanks for liking my art!!

“PUNY HUMANS! Soon you will all know the taste of DOOM. AGAIN!!”

Invader Zim is coming back, and I couldn’t be happier. I was rewatching the show and didn’t realize how much it had reflected into my own art today! It feels good drawing Zim in my own art style now.

anonymous asked:

So does this mean no more SU fanart from you for good? Or just less often?

how many times I’m gonna have to answer this exact question?? And I mean like, it’s been over half a year since I stopped doing SU stuff all together aside from that single yellow diamond commission. Keep up

I’m not drawing in the SU style anymore ever, it makes me feel dead inside. And I’ll only draw SU content if it’s for a commission (even then I may say no sometimes.) There is the very off-chance that I’ll draw my own gemsonas again in the future as like, personal doodles, but it’s not very likely at all. 

anonymous asked:

Vivii ~ When I was younger, I used to illustrate a lot, but as my brother drew too, but the people around me started to turn everything into a competition and I ended giving up, now I feel like I need to do it again But it seems like I've forgotten about everything (I can't even remember my favorite styles) so what do you recommend for someone who's starting? Thank you ~~~ YOUR ART IS 10/10

((its a bit long so might as well just put it under read more haha

Keep reading


Somehow, I can’t imagine Hatty and Connie’s first meeting went very well. 

(I have a feeling this has been done before, so apologies if it has! I don’t keep up with the tags; my bad)


so I haven’t been in a good place lately. some of u know that I’m kind of struggling with an identity crisis rn (again) and I just don’t really feel like drawing anything OC related?? I think I may do some fanart and work on my anime style again. I will take a little break from social media and I will just try to focus on my drawing.

In the meantime you can send in asks if you want. About OCs or personal stuff, I don’t care

HEY GUYS i feel like doing this again so if you want to get a TOTES FREE drawing of your OC from any sort of media in the style of my election giveaway (just search for election giveaway on my blog, im on mobile rn so no links) just reblog this post with references that i’ll get to it eventually. Im not good at anything that deviates too much from the standard human so very complicated furries and eldritch abominations are out unfortunately but everything else is game. And if you dont have an oc, signal boosting would still be appreciated! I have no idea how to tag this so people would see it lmao

dietkoalawithlime  asked:

can I just say that It's been really cool noticing some really great improvements in your art over the last couple of months? I've always thought it was great (heck it helped me get into ff xiv) but it just seems so much more comfortable and... natural these last few pieces! \o/

asafdhdfha Nerk pls you’re just too sweet!! ;w;

But thank you so much ♥
I admit I haven’t felt too good about my art until lately, blaming part of it on my depression that got worse in the last few months. So it’s been a lot of trial and error until I’ve found a style I’m satisfied with. You’re absolutely right, I’m feeling much more comfortable with this style now and the most important one: I finally enjoy drawing again!

Originally posted by queenofanimegifs

anonymous asked:

1. How do you make your sigils? They're different from other ones I've seen. 2. I have chronic nausea, I get nauseous twice a day, and I think it might be due to anxiety? Do you have any sigils that could help/could you make one? Thanks 😊

Hello there!

Well, that’s what’s awesome about sigils - even with the same creation method two different witches can end up with two vastly looking sigils. We all have our own aesthetics and artistic tastes, and they definitely show up in our sigil work.

As for what method I use, it’s really inconsistent, honestly. Sometimes I stick to a rigid set of rules, sometimes I only use a few steps, sometimes I just doodle and let the sigil come out on its own. The longer I work with sigils, the more I find myself experimenting with methods and styles, and I think that’s evident if you look at the sigils at @magic-for-the-masses, and even go through @thesigilwitch. (Conveniently, I just posted a masterlist of all the sigils I ever posted at thesigilwitch [here] if you wanna check those out!)

Anyways, I will try to give you a basic idea of what my sigil creation method is currently like. This post can originally be found [here], but I am rewriting some bits and further expanding on, so it can be a better resource for this blog.

The first thing I do when making sigils is write down my statement of intent, what I want the sigil to do for me. I always do this in present tense - ”I am” versus “I will”. (There is a post about this somewhere but gods be damned if I can find it right now.) I prefer to use longer complete sentences to make sure I get exactly what I need out of the sigil; only using a couple words or even just one can work just as well, and I have done this too. To help show you some of my process I’ll use the statement “I am safe and protected in my city" as an example - a sigil I made ages ago on @thesigilwitch.

From there I remove any letter that repeats more than once. I keep the first “instance” of the letter and remove any other times it’s used in the statement after that. Some people say you should or “have to” remove the vowels as well, but I keep them, and my sigils turn out just fine; that feels very much like a personal preference thing to me, so whatever works for you. From this step, our example of “I am safe and protected in my city" becomes “IAMSFENDPROTCY.” I always tend to write my statements in capital letters too, because I guess it feels it gives it more impact, makes it stand out and is more prominent, but again, personal preference.

Once that’s done, I break down the remaining letters of my statement into smaller, basic shapes. So A would become / - \, D is just | ), and I think you get the point. :p This is very much a personal preference step. I find my sigils more aesthetically pleasing when they don’t look like the English alphabet - they look more mysterious and arcane, which is a huge draw for me, and basically what made me want to start working with sigils in the first place. Well, besides the fact that they looked super easy, not so draining of one’s energy, and the least likely to cause negative backlash, but I digress. It is good to note, as well, that it is pretty important that you like how a sigil works when you use it. This helps to add a sense of connection with it, which is always a positive thing in magic.

After that, I basically just doodle. I keep my statement of intent in mind as I draw, constantly thinking and repeating it to myself, even sometimes saying it out loud. Sometimes I use all the pieces of the letters, sometimes I use only one of each “piece,” sometimes I just wing it and don’t use any of them…consciously, anyway. This is the part of my creation process that is the most fluid, the most random and sporadic, which I find sort of hilarious. I spend the time to write out the statement, break it down as far as I can, and then most of the time I don’t even use the pieces I end up with. xD There are times when I don’t even break down the statement of intent - like my [”Amulet Coin” sigil] on my personal blog - and others when I rid the duplicate letters but never break it down any further than that - the [”Bring Rain” sigil] is a good example of that. Again, sometimes I just write down a statement of intent, focus on it, then just put my pencil to the paper and let it design itself. Other times I just repeat the statement in my head as I draw it completely freehand on my computer. It basically just depends on my mood, and what I’m feeling for each particular sigil, and also time constrictions.

Anyways, back to the creation process. I generally get a design I like in one to three sketches, but that’s because I’ve spent over a year doing this and I’ve gotten my style nailed down pretty tightly. Sometimes it takes a while to get a design that you like - last year I spent an hour and something like thirty designs for one sigil, that was brutal. It’s fine if it takes some time, just keep trying until you get something you really like the look of. There is no rush, no pressure, and nothing wrong with you or your skills if it still doesn’t happen. Sometimes it’s the universe telling us now is not the right time for us to be trying to use a sigil for that. But that’s a post for another time.

The design I went with for “I am safe and protected in my city" looked like this:

When I have a sketch that I like, I “digitalize” it. I draw a little bit outside of sigil work, and most of my artwork is done with digital art programs now, so I started neatening up my sigils that way as well. It’s super aesthetically pleasing to me, plus they look really nice uploaded to Tumblr when they’re digital. This step is another one of those absolutely personal ones, and has ultimately nothing to do with how the sigils works, just how it looks. I scan the sketch of the sigil, then use a mixture PaintTool SAI and Adobe Photoshop for making a final, digital my sigils. This sigil, “I am safe and protected in my city,“ looks like this when drawn in PaintTool SAI, and made to have a transparent background in Photoshop:

And that’s my process - for the most part. Lately I have been playing around with other creation methods, to see what sort of “looks” I can get, and to see if they’ll work as well. I find experimentation pretty important when working with sigils - they are a part of chaos magic, after all, which heavily recommends playing around and trying new things with magic. Personalization is a big thing as well, in all branches of magic. 

My creation method also really depends on the kind of mood I’m in, and how much time and/or energy I have to make a sigil. If I need to pump one out really fast, I generally just focus on my statement mentally and just let the pencil lead the way.

It wouldn’t be a post by me if it didn’t also include a ton of links for you to browse for further reading and comparison of other methods. ;) You don’t have to stick to one method - you can even Frankenstein steps from multiple methods to make one unique one of your own. It’s all about what you want, what will work for you, and what you like. :)

* = external links / resources

I also have to include [] - an AMAZING sigil generator that I love and highly recommend to those who have difficulties crafting their own sigils!

I hope that is useful to you anon, and good luck in your sigil-y ventures!