it's too static

“what?”

I like the idea of ???% signing even more than originally planned, i think i’m going to do more!

嬉しい 大丈夫 | ごめんなさい

“You fascinate me.”

I glared at him, sure he was teasing now.

Thinking of covering the back of LaSalle’s tank with static cling film to give it the frosted look. I need to hide those cables but every fucking background I have makes him flare. Anyone tried static cling film on here? 

anonymous asked:

hi omg this is prolly asked 947478 times but any tips on how to be comfortable when you're drawing anatomy. like i mean i know the proportions but everytime I draw em they always seem off in my eyes... ;;u;; Aaaand I love your arttt sm and your ocs tbh >u<

AYY im happy to help anytime so dont worry and honestly if u know the proportions and it still seems off u prob just need to practice wit it more. i know in the past i thought i had anatomy down but id never make anything fluid or curvy so all my lines felt so static ;( in my opinion i think u should become more flexible wit the anatomy now that u know it and exaggerate features<3 if ur characters havE REALISTIC AF anatomy the drawing becomes a bit more dull like real life yknow?

like i drew this recently 


and the anatomy on the left seems fine right? but its not like REALISTIC HUMAN ANATOMY yknow? like in real life a girl sittin down from this angle would not look lik this thered b more foreshortening in her right thigh, her calves and feet would b smaller, her right boob would not have a slanted perspective and her arm would not look straight down like that itd have foreshortening BUT

bc i know what i want aesthetically from the drawing, im bending the anatomy rules so if something seems off it might just be bc its too static!

sorry if this is a bit of a ramble and off focus to the usual advice of “oh go do more still life drawings” but i hope this helps u!