WILL GRAHAM’S THERAPY SESSIONS WITH DR. LECTER - COLLECTION
Like I did with the previous series, I wanted to put all the drawings of this series in one post because it’s better to read all them together. The drawings have the same resolution and quality image than the ones I posted separately. Just click on the picture. I hope you’ll enjoy and have some fun, dear fannibals!
Como hice con la serie de dibujos anterior, he querido poner está en un solo post porque es mejor leerlos todos juntos. Tienen la misma resolución y calidad de imagen que los que puse por separado: simplemente haz click en las fotos. Espero que os gusten y os riáis, queridos fannibals!
Tada! I’ve been wanting to draw this for so long and after 3 long hours, its here!
(click the images to enlarge)
In case youre wondering, the mystery girl speaking is Osoro’s mom! I always thought that maybe the first girl Ryoba murdered was a dear friend of Osoro’s mom and this was the first thing that popped in my head.
featuring the second son, the Yurio x Yuuri kid, Shura <3
(younger fraternal twin, conceived when Yuuri is 27 and Yurio is 19)
The other near-identical twin, he is almost always glued to Yasha’s
side. It’s partly out of competitiveness, but mostly because they both
just want to do everything together. Despite their similar appearances,
he’s the polar opposite of his brother in many ways. He chooses not to
appear friendly to outsiders, but is also completely incapable of hiding
his emotions and is very much an open book. He’s openly hostile and
fiercely jealous of anyone who tries to take away his siblings’
attention, but is extremely affectionate to those he loves.
Underestimating Lance is not the smartest of moves- he may be a goofball on the surface, but in reality he’s one of the most crucial and powerful members of Voltron. No, not because he’s the Sharp-Shooter or anything, he’s even greater than that.
In the end, I firmly believe he’s the team’s Bard. And all of his failed flirting and everything up to this point in the series has just been him getting the worst roles. But when things get close, at some point, I am positive that he’s gonna get that one role that gets the main villain on their side, and pretty much save the campaign for the team.
…Ok I don’t know if that’ll actually happen, but I’m really really hopeful. And, again like in one of my previous posts, I just really want Lotor to be the one person out of everyone they’ve met to find Lance attractive and think his jokes are funny. xD
OKey dokey, uncle Aes has some tips that’ll make your lives a little more easier. This is how to make a picture more believable when having a character interact with an item that is larger than their persons. First tip! -Always draw the object that is being acted upon, FIRST.
Let’s take this chair for example, drawing a character sitting is not an easy task, I know. But with a little know how and can-do it can be pretty fun and satisfying. Drawing the object that is being acted upon first not only lends a little more realism, but it also really helps when you are drawing in perspective, case and point
Here is the difference between 1)drawing the chair first, THEN drawing the figure, versus 2)Drawing the figure first, then drawing everything AROUND that figure. #2 does not make a lot of sense, it’s all wonky and the proportions are all wrong, this is because the chair is conformin to the figure’s weight.
Example 2, stairs. Figure 1 will always look more believable than figure 2. The figure drawing in example 1, is under the forced perspective that the stairs lend. Example 2 makes for a confusing picture to look at. because we don’t know where the feet fall naturally, and the stairs are uneven and UGLY
With both examples where the character is drawn first, the weight of the character is manipulating the environment around it, instead of the other way around. Perspective is really hard to understand, but it is really important to practice it EVEN if it looks funny. In these examples right above, they do not give a very realistic/believable reading. It’s always gonna be a guessing game of where to put an object, and if you’re gonna have a guessing game it might as well be the CHARACTER you’re guessing about and NOT the environment.
All in all, to those strugglin with drawing characters in an environment, always ALWAYS draw the object that is being acted upon FIRST. I’m not gonna say that my drawings are absolutely accurate, they still look wonky time to time, but it helps to be mindful of these things! Don’t be afraid to try tho, always use a reference and soon enough you’ll get the hang of it too :^y
Following Lance’s birthday, I just want to add some further appreciation for my favorite Voltron character and the talented and lovely fandom artists that I am fortunate to have come across. There are so many that I didn’t include, but I’m addressing every single one of you who has created for this fandom. You all have such gorgeous and unique styles, ways with words, skills and creativity. Seeing everyone posting together to celebrate a character and a show that has meaning to so many people is just amazing. Thank you for making this fandom so great!