love their dynamic so much

I was honestly unable to resist and help myself by commissioning -the ever darling and awesome- @soddingcloudgazer for another piece, this time of my Jharna Ryder with Suvi ;^;!!! Thank you IMMENSELY for this beautiful piece 💙!!!!

4

Whose to bet that Oswald Cobblepot is most likely the only grown man since Ivy’s transformation that has treated her as the person she is rather than just a woman with pretty features and a good body that can be used for their own selfish and distasteful needs. Cause I’m pretty sure he is and he’s exactly the type of friend she deserves.

2

“We used to have the same eyes,” said Serena. “Yours are paler now.”
“I like that we’re finally different,” said Sydney, fighting back a shiver. “I don’t want to be you.
Silence fell between the sisters. A silence full of shifting pieces.
 

  • Mingyu: *rolls up sleeves while staring down at Minghao* hey, buddy! you want to take this outside?
  • Minghao: *cracks knuckles* sure!
  • *outside under the stars*
  • Mingyu: wow... what a lovely evening
  • Minghao: this was a really good idea

cactusjesus-iwajesus  asked:

So I just wanted to ask some art tips. I'm an amateur artist and I'm still trying to get my anatomy right. I'd like to ask how did you learn how to draw hands and feet (and also shoes). While I do draw in a front facing view I love drawing depth and dynamic poses so I hope it's not too much trouble to ask about that too. Also your art is inspiring to me. It's breathtaking and I love it. I'm sure you've heard this from everyone but your Mafia AU is incredible and so is your comic. (=゚ω゚)ノ♡

Ooooh, no prob at all!!! O3O
Honestly tho, I still consider myself an amateur, so, I’ll do what I can to help! XD

ah, anatomy is super tough, like, THERE’S A REASON YOU REALLY DON’T SEE FEET IN MY ART
LIKE
ahahahaha
BUT!
As I am sure most ppl will say, the only way to get better is to practice :3
Look at your own hands and feet, sketch them out, try and understand how they move the the forms they make :D
I know there’s like a weird feeling that using references is somehow “cheating” BUT THAT IS BULLSHIT, GOOGLE IMAGE THINGS AND USE REFERENCES ALL THE WAY!!!
When you’re just practicing, like, just straight up trace things at times :D
Carve the feeling into your hands, muscle memory is definitely a thing!
The best thing to do when you’re learning is to chunk things, draw the basic shapes that make up feet and hands and then add in details :3
Here are some feet and hands practice I’ve done, notice the basic shapes are drawn and then the details done on top of it :D

All these were done with references, btw o3o

Hope that was helpful ^w^

anonymous asked:

Dearest Kisu, the characters you draw are always full of like and dynamic! Do you have any tips to draw more dynamic characters/poses ? I love your art so much, you're such an inspiration to me

1. The action line:

It’s a line that you use when you create the posing that will help you translate a strenght/ an intention and  give “a direction” to the body.

2. Perspective

It can help making a posing more dynamic if you vary angles, perspective and directions

3. Don’t be shy, exaggerate!

That’s how you really can translate mouvements through drawings!

4. Try to avoid “mirrorl” stuff.

It works very well when you want to do artistic stuff (like tarot card aesthetics) but not so much when you want it to look lively.

(Making hair and clothes flow help a lot too hahaha)

5. Try to do “one stroke” line so it doesn’t “break” the mouvement