it's fun to draw such a good character

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Our teacher suggested us to practice different styles for our portfolio soo… I tried Jin Kim’s style and failed miserably. BUT I tried.

I had a lot of fun and I actually was dying to work on George Blagden’s expressions since I watched this scene. Concept artist problems.
Anyway! I’ll keep practicing this style.

So recently ive been into a kpop group called KARD, which is unique for its mixed genders….and naturally, i had to draw my ships as an idol group lol. 

Halfway through i realized that their names make the acronym LAME, and i found that absolutely hilarious. So, now it’s their official group name lmao

Bonus:

Levi likes to be a dick

i am genuinely crushed to learn matt furie had to kill off pepe in the comic… i cant imagine having a fun and positive character you created and loved hijacked from you by the people who stand for everything you hate in the world until its not yours anymore. especially after he tried to start a movement for “positivity pepes” where he asked everyone to draw as many pepes standing for peace and good as they could to drown out the alt right. but the character is better preserved dead

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As much as ATLA is superior for character-based crossovers, you have to admit the pro-bending aspect of LoK is good for drawing sporty parallels!!! 

(Iwaizumi [earth] & Oikawa [water] with probably Matsukawa firebending, but like….with a side arc where Kyoutani subs in lol)

(Akaashi [water] & Bokuto [fire] & I don’t know anyone else from Fukurodani but A SIDE ARC WHERE AVATAR HINATA SUBS IN LMAO…..inconsistent with hinata being aang but oh well!!!)

witch-boy-666  asked:

Obviously you can feel free to completely ignore this, but another thing that might help with same face syndrome is really exaggerating facial features when you draw. It's a lot of fun, and your style is more cartoonish (which I wish I could pull off that well). I think it would look good! You could try, like, exaggerating how pointy Lance is or something. Or you could even just make up characters! Or draw more fat kittens lmao I would love that. (Not sarcasm, by the way.)

aa thank u!! here i made u some chubby kittens <3

anonymous asked:

Hey, I was wondering, a couple of friends and i are making OCs based off Cakes?. it's set in like..A modern kingdom. the Princess is Red Cream *Based off Red Velvet Cake*. The Cliche of The princess who doesnt want to be a princess.. A butler *No name and is based off Cheese Cake* And the Jester. *No name again and based off Angel Cake* and we were wondering if you wanted to join in with us?

Idk if I’d have time to join in with anything proper, but a cake kingdom sounds fun!

The good knight Sir Battenburg, stepping up to the plate!

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anonymous asked:

Hey I noticed that you designed the queen differently than the other ones may I ask why? It's ok if you don't want to answer :3 (aslo I really like your weird drawings and you are my inspiration >w<)

It’s cool!  Figuring out how to draw the Queen has been an interesting experience, given her lack of a face (which is usually an element that I tend to focus on).  I’m not sure precisely which different parts you’re referring to, but I’ll explain some of my design decisions the best I can.

I notice that a lot of people draw the Queen wearing a shoulderless white gown, and with long tentacle arms.  The latter of which is probably own to her battle sprite, where her arms are folded behind her back, and it’s unclear whether the hoop around her waist is the arms or a part of her dress.

However, in basically every piece of art Mortis has drawn of her, she’s got a simple long-sleeved dress, and her arms end in hands.  This print Mortis has up on his Sad Store shows her with a hint of tentacle arm, but I haven’t seen it anywhere else.

This drawing of mine was inspired by some of the concept art showing the Queen with incredibly large, clawed, dangerous-looking hands.  I wonder what those she’d do with hands so huge?  Maybe they’re full of power.

Her face, when I draw it, is once again inspired by Mortis’ artworks of her.  You see lots of fanart of her with a skullface because of the second drawing in this post.  I’ve kind of gravitated more towards other drawings of her for my reference.  When Mortis isn’t drawing her face blank, it usually either has just eyes, or just a mouth.  Like so:

look at that smile!

I like the headcanons that her face looks different to everyone who looks at her, or that she can change its appearance at will.  Both are fun.

And lastly (I think), I draw her hair in various ways because it’s always depicted in various ways.  Curls, waves, loops, fluff– it never stays the same, does it?  We may never know if this is because of Mortis’ art style changing, the “looks different depending on who looks at her” thing, or that she just has a really good hairstylist.

tl;dr I’m mostly inspired by how Mortis Ghost draws her, and I like drawing her differently depending on what the artwork calls for.  Glad to be an inspiration!

I like drawing this cute little scrappy boy, and I felt like drawing those rare sweet moments every Rick has with their Morty when he can be a little endearing through the mild annoyance of the regular days.

Guard Rick and Morty are @beta-19‘s and I hope you are having a good week m’dear <3

maries-art  asked:

I'm at book two of the Raven Boys now- I see why you like drawing these characters so much!! It's fun to read the book and slowly see the way you draw them align with their descriptions :) I was wondering if you'd ever drawn Calla, apart form the little sketches on that one page. She's my favorite by far, and I'd love to see your headcanon for how she looks!

The Raven Cycle has so many interesting characters, its such a good series. I felt like drawing her so here you are, a Calla for you and all you other Calla lovers.

(did she have purple hair one time? I can’t remember, but she gets purple tinged hair here)

anonymous asked:

Hi just wanted to say that I love all your TAZ character drawings, your style is one of my faves and I love how all the fantasy goofuses look, especially Taako & Lup! You put those little subtle differences in like their earrings and hairstyles and it's super great to see the twins look so good and stylish and sassy. (also I saw that you're feeling down/shitty? and I hope your mood picks up soon, ik it's not fun to be in a dip xXx)

UR SO SWEET OMG,, thank u! here have some sassy twins  <3

peltwho  asked:

I love your illustrations!! They always have such good vibes, and the furry characters are so enjoyable. I was also wondering what fonts you use? In some of your illustrations you re-draw some nice looking retro-ish type of fonts, and I thought I'd ask whether you replicate particular fonts?

Thank you very much! I’m glad to hear that you enjoy my works.

Yes, I definitely have some classic font favorites. Avant Garde may be the most fun to draw. (Font/Image Source)

While Helvetica maintains a strong popularity in the 2010s, what really gives it that early 80′s feel is some slightly condensed kerning and the fuzziness that came with earlier typesetting methods. (Font/Image Source)

I also enjoy writing Microgramma, and recently, Eras and Motter Tektura.

When a typeface is handwritten, one’s own affectation is bound to come through, and results will vary. I believe my interest in handwriting typefaces began in middle school, when my art teacher instructed us to refer to the “font book” (an industrial catalog of typefaces) and copy our preferred typeface by sight for a poster assignment. We had desktop publishing by that time, but she came from an era where handwritten typefaces were much more common for things like billboards, signs, banners, etc., in days before large format printers. I suppose it stuck with me. 

anonymous asked:

Draw Dude Mountain (with Hamilton characters)

W ha  t

cause ive been seeing a new trend in a show/ a new character being drawn a lot and rising to popularity!!

ive been hearing a lot of oh “this is so cringe”. i dislike it when people use the word cringe especially because a lot of adults/older individuals use it to mock something younger individuals like or is trending atm especially when it does have to do with a character younger girls or just girls in general enjoy. reminder that you should probably spend your time wisely rather than pick on children online especially when it comes to cartoons that are not made for your age demographic and are made for a younger audience lmao

It’s kinda funny to me that there are people in fandoms who genuinely never, ever like the villains/antagonists in shows, games etc. when I’m the exact opposite and 90% of my favourite characters, regardless of franchise, are villains or at least anti-heroes. I wonder what it’s like to be like that? Always only rooting for the good characters and liking only them, like you’re supposed to? I’ve always liked villains and villainy characters the best, even when I was a small child - that still seems to be the same, even today. I don’t know why, just seems to be my preference for whatever reason. Not that I don’t like good characters, ‘cause I definitely do! But I always find that I’m more prone to being interested in the morally questionable, garbage section characters, no matter how interesting and well-written the good guys are. If the good, pure cinnamon roll guys are in the ‘aww yea nice’ category for me, the bad guys are ‘10/10 would adopt, perfect fuck-up in every way, would love forever’. Both are great to have, but well… villains, man. Doubt that’s ever gonna change.