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Print & vinyl stickers (stickers are transparent!) for Fan Expo Toronto at table A37! This is the first in a long time, where I’ve become so heavily invested in a series SO darn fast!! you can see a PROGRESS of this drawing HERE

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‘Don’t,’ said Laurent, ‘toy with me. I—have not the means to—defend against this.’

‘I don’t toy with you.’

;3; my sons. More fan art to come i can’t help it

Imagine Woozi resting his head on your thighs while you run your fingers through his soft hair.


Karasuno parental unit at their best.

2nd years are in their rebel phase and just keep on tormenting uncle Asahi when no one is looking

erianka said to i-like-to-look-at-your-back:

Pallette 46 pls~ 8D And the word ‘Blueberry Mint’! (could you draw some more Daisuga >w<? I swear, you draw the most adorable Daisuga) Thank you!

perd-son-temps said to i-like-to-look-at-your-back:

palette 55 and… Hum…. Plane ! ^^

Yes? Yes.


valentine’s day over the years with nick and charlie

[nick and charlie are from solitaire by alice oseman]

daisyelf  asked:

how do you generally go about picking palettes and stuff? i've always had problems using really bright n funky saturated colours but you seem to use them all the time n it looks great!

Ahh the way i pick my colors is i usually i make sure the scheme has complementary colors in varying values to keep that a of contrast and intensity without eye sear

 I dont usually complementary colors in large saturated quantities to each other cuz it produces an eye sear which i only use when i feel like it. They also dont produce a large value range so your eye have to work hard to just look at it.

For example my mock iz cover the main tones are orange, green and some blue! Dib is the theme for this ask today.

This provides a nice range of colors containing delicious contrast with minimum eyestrain. Also it gives a nice value range to work from since value provide contrast in itself and saturated colors are usually the same value when de-saturated.

so in short i will use multiple Dibheads to summarize what to do and what not to do.

Dib #1 is eye hell since he has not one but 2 ultra saturated complementary colors in his scheme so. There is no pleasant middle tone to give your eyes relief. Everyone is displeased, Your eyes water in terror and he rebukes your weakness.

Dib #2 has complementary tones (the warm tones in his skin and highlights contrast with everything else) and has some contrast but not enough  to recover your eyes from looking at his doppelganger Dib #1. This Dib is pure edge, since he is only 5 degrees from being either an eye disaster or a eye vacation. Edgy Dib #2

Dib #3 is the bomb and is very chill about it. He not only has a nice complementary color play in his palette but is colors also come in a wide range of values so your eyes are too happy to look at him. Dib #3 a cool drink of water and is happy to provide some relief from staring at the other Dibs. Everyone loves Dib #3.

Make your pictures super cool like Dib #3


bunch of andreil (+ a bonus andrew|renee) wips in varying states of completion

(@spanglebangle​ it only took like 6 months ahhh)

peppermint-lemons  asked:

Hello lux!! You always make such cute designs, do you have any tips for making a lil sona? Like, what aspects do you consider when making one? I always have trouble,, ,

 i wanted to make a proper mascot for the blog ,, something that is everything i love

so i made the ultimaTE FUSION SONA !!!

titaniumplatypus  asked:

You're welcome oh and I have a question how do you plan your drawings I've been having some trouble with proportions and ink flow thank you ;)

well personally i dont plan at all most of the time, i just sketch out whatever my hand feels like drawing at that moment!! but when i do plan (thats for fully coloured pieces) i just follow the simple steps everyone does: sketch, lineart, colour, extra details! 

for proportions my advice is to research real life anatomy as everybody else says, by looking up poses or tutorials on specific body parts u think u should work on especially

  • you could also use your own body for reference, i often look at my own hands when drawing hands since i can pose ‘em however i’d like

honestly i learnt most of my proportion and anatomy from SU, it really helped me because the anatomy appeared realistic while also having this simplistic charm to it!! but real-life anatomy is always key

i think ink flow’s all got to do with the stabilizer option you have on your art program (if you have it); the stabilizer is how stable you want your pen to be when drawing! 

  • i use firealpaca (its super free), there it’s called “correction”. 0 having no stability (good for quick doodles) and 19 being very smooth and stable (good for lineart)
  • i draw with a mouse and for most mouse-users, their lines appear round at the ends; but theres a pen on FA i use called “Pen (Fade In/Out)” which gives your lines that “tablet” look even when using a mouse

heres my pen settings if it helps! (to get those tablet-esque lines MAKE SURE “size by pressure” and “force fade in/out” is enabled)

heres a line comparison w/o and with those mentioned boxes enabled:

  • (im not sure if every FA user has that brush, but this is how much info i can give ya for the time being) 
  • (pOINT BEING firealpaca is a great art program for beginners imo, its free and easy to use! i think its similar to Paint Tool SAI)

WOA this came out long haha. hope all of this helps in some way! always remember tho u gotta PRACTICE by drawing often, trust me you’ll improve by each little drawing even if it doesnt seem like it

good luck broes!

anonymous asked:

pls help me! I've been sick and slept all day so when I entered here I saw a bunch of things happened. can you pls tell me everything that happened today? just a list is amazing! thanks xx

okay so off the top:

something involving colourful designer suits that the fandom at first thought had to do with harry but actually has to do with bruno mars (i tuned out of this discussion tbh)

deckstar (steve’s management company) was acquired by JGG (louis’ management company) so it’s looking like their original meeting was actually not very organic at all (according to a billboard article about it the two companies have been in talks for over a year)

we got more articles about eleanor/elounor in the sun and *surprise* louis pops up again at a grocery store in the uk (and the person taking the picture said eleanor was there too but so far no pics of her). we also got two pics of louis in jamaica (i believe at the airport? and again, no pics of eleanor [yet])

LOUIS AND BEBE REXHA MIGHT BE COLLABING. if you check my bebe rexha tag (i’ve been a bit lazy about updating my asks today but the important stuff should be in there) you’ll see more.

what else … oh yeah tammi posted a new pic of ‘freddie’ looking an awful lot like his real biological relatives austin and brett.

i think that’s it? if i’m forgetting something please feel free to reply to this post.

I was going to say “remember when I used to make busts” but I only like 100 followers back when I did that somewhat frequently so I guess not? (in case you’re curious) Anyway I’ve always been too afraid to paint them, but today I came across some pictures I made of them “interacting” and figured I could colour the picture digitally. So here ya go, heh.

anonymous asked:

I love your art style so much! I wanted to ask, on one of your pieces of your lavellan, how do you do the gold filigree looking vallaslin? I've been trying to do the same thing but I can't seem to make it work. (Sorry if you've been asked this before)

Thank you very much! Here’s how to do it:

On a new layer, draw a base with a rather dark, neutral colour

Create a new layer (Linear Dodge mode), right-click on it and choose Create Clipping Mask. From now on, you’ll use it on all new layers. Paint the highlights with a textured brush.

Here I didn’t like how the gold effect came out so I created an adjustment layer (Curves) in order to modify the values.

Here I modified the colours with the Color Balance adjustment layer.

Aaaannd the last step - the Smart Sharpen filter.

I hope this helps!


Prompt:Your favourite of Clara’s hairstyles 

For @gallihafry

“No, no, no. No. Look at me.”

“Yep, looking.”


“Why is your face all coloured in?”