jag draws

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I don’t need to show, I think we all know it

But just to be certain I’ll say it again:

Marinette Dupain-Cheng is in love with her friend…

…and his name is Adrien Agreste.

I have this silly crossover idea in which Jagged makes a song for Marinette the same way Ruberiot did for Star. And like, he is too very observant and thinks he is doing her a favor lol.

Bonus:

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here’s some old stuff i drew (they made me practice) right before i worked on mr. peabody and sherman show’s season 4 ; v ; (i was a layout artist).
i’ll hopefully bounce back soon to draw more stuff (maybe some more ovw and mass effect who knows)
…i just remembered my supervisor telling me i drew so much LOL i felt so much pressure that time

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it wasn’t even on the lips!!!

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all the things I’ve tried to do today instead of drawing what I should be drawing

(So I was gonna supposed to post this while baaaack but school got in the way– So here it is~)

(EDIT: @sinfulpapillon is the one who actually created the shipping name!! Still! A well deserved nudge from me. “Gagged” made me giggle for quite a while now :3c)

(Jagged thought it sounded metal. Gabriel… Not so much~)

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Inktober 19: Birthday Nagekis!!

I still feel so bad for not drawing anything last year, haha! I mean, I started 3 draws for his last birthday, I just never…finished them…embarrassing

Achluophobia: Friday

Title: Achluophobia: Friday, Part 1 of 4
Author: @piecesofscully
Rating: PG-13 - Strong R
Timeline: Mid-season 7
Notes:  A HUGE thank you to @bohoartist for holding my hand through writing this, sending encouraging feedback when needed, and just being a badass beta in general.  Media credit to @bohoartist as well. I don’t deserve you.  So much love to @kateyes224 my baeta, for polishing my words and making them better.


PROLOGUE

Yellowed porch lights from neighboring houses punch orbs of brightness into the colorless night that hangs heavily behind the living room windows.  

“Lindsey!”  Her mother’s voice carries down the stairs to the couch that Lindsey sits on.  Joey, her younger brother, glances at her over his tower of Legos that perches atop the coffee table.  Ignoring his glare, she pulls her comic book closer to her face, her eyes straining to make sense of the jagged lines of the drawings at a too-close distance.

“Linds!”  She hears her mother’s sing-song call again.

“Mom’s calling you, you should answer,” Joey says as he rummages through the plastic toy pieces in front of him, before settling on a long red plank and places it at the top of his creation.  Lindsey chuckles and rolls her eyes as she snuggles herself deeper into the couch cushions.  Her little brother is the personification of innocence with his bright blue eyes and freckled cheeks, both of which lend credence to his invariably angelic attitude.

“She’ll come down and get me if she needs me.”  She can feel his eyes on her still as she nonchalantly flips the page of her book and smirks.  “Lighten up, punk.”

In a flurry, their mother enters the living room with her arms full of dirty laundry and her curly mahogany hair wisping wildly in every direction.  Recently laid off from her job as a bookkeeper, her days are spent doing laundry, meal-prepping for the week ahead, and whirling throughout their house like an F5 tornado with a purpose.

“Didn’t you hear me calling you?”  she asks, her voice as weightless as the flowy blouse she’s donned.

Lindsey shakes her head ‘no’ as her little brother speaks.  “She did.”

“Tattletale,” Lindsey mumbles. Joey shrugs.

Their mother sighs, and then chuckles as she flits around the furniture, dusting here and there with a stray sock.  “Linds, you really need to remember to blow out your candles before falling asleep.  You’re gonna burn the house down.”

“I like the light,” Lindsey responds as she flips a page of her book.

“Well, then we can get you a night-light.  A night-light won’t catch the curtains on fire.”

“Mom!  I’m fifteen, I can’t have a night-light.  If my friends saw that, it would be like freaking social suicide.”

“Language, please,” their mother warns.  “You know I don’t like it when you say freaking.  That’s just another variation of a cuss word, and we don’t talk like that in this house.”

“I have a night-light,” Joey offers.

“You’re eight, no one cares if you have one,” Lindsey replies.

“Linds, being afraid of the dark, at any age, is nothing to be ashamed of,” her mother says as she crouches and begins to pull stray socks from underneath the couch, tucking them to the heap of clothing under her arm.  “I know plenty of adults that sleep with the bathroom light on.”

“I’m not afraid of the dark!”

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How To: Realistic Eyes

Note: If you want it to look a certain way, use a reference, but it can be done without one. I did not have one for this tutorial. 

Draw a circle. It doesn’t have to be perfect. If you want, you can put a line through the middle like this

Draw a corner on either side of the circle. Remember, you can always fix them later if you don’t like them now

Connect the two corners. If needed, fix the shape a little (you can see I erased a lot) Also eyes come in various shapes. Play around with it!

Then draw another circle (DOESN’T HAVE TO BE PERFECT) Within that circle, I like drawing a jagged rectangle and then another small circle, which will be the pupil:

Color the pupil (the smallest circle) all the way with the darkest you can. Trace the iris in a thicker and darker line- it doesn’t have to be as dark as the pupil depending on what color you want the eye to appear. Use the rest of the biggest circle (the eyeball itself) as a guide for eyelids. 

Fix the shape of the eyelids if you want and add eyelashes! (Remember: They also vary from person to person. And yes, men have them too.)

Start outlining your stuff. It’s okay if it still looks cartoony. You’re not done yet! 
Also add lines coming from the pupil. Make them curved, not straight. It’s an eyeball. It won’t be flat. 

Do the same thing from the edges of the iris. The lines will vary in thickness and height. Sometimes there’s even spots in the eye. Have fun with this part.

Shade it in as dark or light as you like it. 

Shade the eyeball itself. Eyes usually aren’t pure white. They have a light gray or yellowish tint to them. Around the lids shade darker. Use an eraser for a glare or shine effect. (Where is the light coming from? How bright is it? Will it cause the pupil to dilate? Ask yourself these questions)
Optional: If you want, add the red veins. Make sure they’re very light. Some are more noticeable than others, though They usually peek out from the corners of the eye. Also keep in mind still the eye is round. 

I added them.
Shade around the eye and add any details for finishing touches. 
(Wrinkles? Bags? Spots? Makeup? Have fun with it!

You’re done! Congrats on your beautiful eye
Also! If you do this method, feel free to show me! I want to see if this helped any. No matter what, keep practicing and don’t give up (:

(Sorry this post was so long, I just wanted to show you guys what I think is an easy way to draw eyes)