layers of color


A few tips/notes:
*Use saturated colors to offset the gray, if you use regular it’ll look washed out. Sometimes it will look washed out anyway, fix it later.

*My method is similar to glazing in oil painting in that I use lots of layers of transparent colors. (Although, I don’t usually fully render in black in white before applying color, but it’s perfectly doable [however it’s more effort to get it to look natural imo and I prefer to paint on top of what I’ve done afterwards anyway])

*I don’t normally change the opacity of my brush at all, but I was feeling lazy so I did all this with a mouse

*Real working time was ~45mins, I originally meant to only have the starting multiply layer but I kept going back and doing more oops


kazane & izaya

about kazane: I’m actually not satisfied with the kazane drawing, (I have like a billion layers with adjusted poses and colors) but I think I just need to start over. I was still fond of the sketch, so I did a quick b&w coloring and decided to post it here. I still want to do something more expressive and in color, though… I think I have to rebuild my art skills slowly haha… need to master b&w again before I can move onto something I’m satisfied with in color

about izaya: i swear to god guys that hideous fur coat is literally the most fun to draw


I am so in love with my new hair, which as an added bonus, glows under black light. ❤️
My hairdresser is amazingly talented.


Princess Wedding Dresses: Mak Tumang
There’s absolutely nothing like a fluffy ball gown to make a bride look like a princess! Chic embroidery, voluminous gowns, and timeless silhouettes are some of the characteristics found in these dreamy designs!

I am so done with this. *throws the pastel monster down*


i see the the “draw pearl (with ears??) at 4am when you wanna draw but don’t know what to draw” door is still jammed wide open