or send me a tutorial


Hello, friends!

Meg here for another TUTOR TUESDAY! Today let’s look at noses! They can be quite pesky, I know. If you have any tutorial’s you’d like to see just shoot me a message here or on my personal blog! Seriously guys, send me requests! Keep practicing, have fun, and I’ll see you next week!

drawing front face view

as I promised I will show you the steps for drawing faces with a very easy way I hope so 

first, you have to draw a circle and it doesn’t have to be a perfect one 

and now I will cut it in half and you don’t have to be very precise because people usually don’t have faces with perfect measurements

and now I will add the lines for the chin

now I will show you how to add the Eyebrow and the eyes and the nose lines

PS: notice the nose line is at the end of the circle line 

now I will add the lips and I will draw the nose and the ears before drawing the eyes 

now I will draw the eyes circles 

and AS you see I add 3  circles the one in the middle is important for the space between the eyes and the nose and now I will draw the hair line and start to draw the eyes 

PS: here you can see 2 hair lines the red one is if you want to draw a man face the hair line should be closer to the eyes 

and the brown hair line is for women’s face 

I also added an eyes curves shape to show you how to draw eyes 

to show you how to draw the eyes 

now the hair line 

and the eyes lines with the lips 

Notice now I will start to cleaning and add more details 

also face hair drawing 

thanks for reading the long post for questions and more face steps drawing ask me 

Jessy <3


Tutorial request by @anasten27 

This is my first tutorials, all I know are on the picture. Hope these can help you, If you have any questions for this tutorials, send me messages, I’ll reply to you soon.

BTW if you read about cat field guide or watch “cats 101” , most of them use triangle, square and round distinguish cat face, not my used the names, I think it more accurate to draw a cat face and sounds fabulous.


(Keep this out of the tags, pls, we want it to be a surprise!)

So @lum1natrix and I came up with the idea to make a community sketch for Teamiplier, and with the current infatuation with the Jims, we know just how to do it.


We are going to have YOU GUYS record yourselves reporting the “news” as the Jims would! I’m going to edit the videos together to make a full newscast and post it here and on YouTube!


1.) Dress up in your most Jim-like outfit,

2.) Grab a friend (optional, but encouraged),

3.) Get out (or in!) there and report your biggest story the way that a Jim would. It can be about anything, just make sure it’s wholesome, funny, and/or happy.

4.) Upload your video to YouTube as unlisted (tutorial here),

5.) Send me the LINK in a submission or a message so I can get it downloaded!


And that’s it! I should have the video up within a couple of days!

I really hope you guys will participate in this, as this is kind of a thank you to Teamiplier for all their hard work on Who Killed Markiplier, A Date With Markiplier, and a future thank you for projects to come.

i found the palette meme’s very good practise, but i wanted to see one with darker colours, say, maybe of a more classical feeling? these are a compilation of twenty famous paintings, they differ in age and style in hope to satisfy every need. below are a list of every painting, which should all be easy to find after a quick google search. it might be nice to see these colours work in their original palette!

i picked paintings i’m sure most of you have seen before, with artists very familiar. now, there’s important to note that one painting could have many different versions and colours, so i’ve tried to find the most true-to-life pictures in order to get these colours and not photoshopped ones. 

i’ve also blurred every strip to get as many shades as possible. i hope you’ll like them! 

  • The Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci
  • Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh
  • The Kiss by Gustav Klimt
  • Grande Odalisque by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
  • Self-portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird by Frida Kahlo
  • Weeping Woman by Pablo Picasso
  • F. Champenois Imprimeur-Éditeur by Alfons Mucha
  • The Entombment of Christ by Michelangelo
  • Classical Landscape by Jacques Patel
  •  Pieta by William-Adolphe Bouguereau
  •  The Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli
  •  Ophelia by Sir John Everett Millais
  •  Proserpine by Dante Gabriel Rossetti
  •  Le Bassin aux nymphéas, harmonie verte by Claude Monet
  • Marie Antoinette in Muslin dress by Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun
  • The Night Watch by Rembrandt
  •  The Lament for Icarus by Herbert James Draper
  •  Napoleon Crossing the Alps by Jacques-Louis David
  •  Portrait of Henry VIII by Hans Holbein the Younger
  •  The Swing by Jean-Honoré Fragonard

Instagram PSD Tutorial: How To Use & Basic Help

So I’ve had a handful of people recently asking for help on how to achieve the results I did. As a novice once myself I understand how confusing things like PSDs and clipping masks can be so I’ve organised this (hopefully helpful) tutorial on how I did this graphic. I hope that after this you don’t have any more questions but if you do feel free to bother me with them, I don’t mind one bit! I’ll try my best. Please reblog/like if you found this helpful.

[tutorial under readmore]

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@curdalert, asked me a few weeks ago, 
“How do you approach figure drawing?”

While this isn’t really figure drawing in the traditional sense. This is just me trying to show how I see the human form, how I simplify things for myself to understand it enough to move past all the bullshit and difficulty of drawing.

I’m by no means an expert on anatomy. I don’t know all the ins and outs of every damn bone, ligament or muscle. It’s all too much. A lot of this I learned from sifting through tutorials and browsing the internet. 

But figure drawing itself in the traditional sense is more about capturing the form. The force and flow of a pose. But I do keep a lot what I’m showing here in mind when I’m drawing from memory. I should however be doing a lot more life drawing, which is like zero at the moment. What I’m showing here can help de-mystify the human form a bit. 

So basically, this little tutorial I threw together is really about these 3 SHAPES and how everything is a mix of those 3 shapes. No magic. No abiding by rules of how many heads fit into a body. It’s all just shapes.

Hope this helps. If there’s anything else you’d like to know, please send me more questions and I’ll do my best to answer them :)

anonymous asked:

Um this is sounds kinda dumb but what exactly is a thumbnail? (for art)

No, no it is not dumb at all, I should have been clearer on this. A thumbnail is basically a tiny tiny drawing of the size of your thumb nail, yeah haha ^^’ when I’m doing mine, it looks like this:

they are just around 100x100 pixels most of the time. The thing is to just make them really small, and then try different things on them, experiment, have fun. Because of their size, it makes it easier and faster to explore our ideas. Do lots of them, and pick your fave(s).

anonymous asked:

Please do a tutorial for hair I'm so bad at it

i feel ya’

so this is what i learned from mistakes

ok so imma go for the most common “ya better not do that”’s that i notice sometimes


Don’t make hair this plane


don’t draw the hair sticked to the head shape, idk if i explain myself. Have u seen those drawings on Deviantart where some people uses bases???? >>> like this <<< yeah don’t do that, both hair and clothes…don’t

In my art style i tend to draw the hair in parts. It’s obviously not necessary, DON’T BE AFRAID TO EXPERIMENT.


Don’t make the hair fuzzy like, I see this specially long hair. Remember is long hair, LONG HAIR. 


Hair has place where it starts and where it ends growing. I recommend to draw the limits before drawing hair if u feel u have problems with it



….there’s not much to say about this one tbh, but remember to give them a forehead!!! it really affects when you draw hair, or at least in my opinion


U S E  R E F E R E N C E S!!!!

i know i know, is a pain in the butt to hear this all time, bUT IMMA TELL YOU A GOOD SOURCE OF REFERENCES THAT HELPED ME ALOT TO IMPROVE DRAWING HAIR, LIKE, ALOT



Even if you’re not a fan of anime u should check out some pictures or watch a mainstream or whatever anime, I understand there’s people who are totally not into it and even hate it, but if you really want to improve drawing hair you should give it try. Study the way the hair looks, There’s obviously animes where the hair is super detailed but just check the simple things


(Durarara,,,, 100000% would recommend tbh)

here’s a pic where you can see the basic form the hair has. Try imitating (not copying) the hair style, you can add more volume, make it a bit shorter, do whatever you want!!!! You can try drawing the hair style in your art style, it helps, believe me!!! it obviously won’t be perfect at the first try, it’s all about practice

If you really decide to not give it a try, check your favorite artists. If there’s someone you really admire, study the way they draw hair and try imitating it.

As you can see i’m not the best explaining….sorry bout that, but i hope i helped at least a bit

Here are some examples of hair!

D.VA rework

Since this is a D.va blog, let’s talk about these changes.

Last night I played for awhile. As D.va and others alike.

Lets start off with the Defense Matrix shall we? The time on the matrix was cut down to 2 seconds. Which is pretty upsetting. Last night when I played I had to get out of the defense mentality, which resulted in me losing my mech way faster. Now that there’s only two seconds of matrix you have to use that to get out of the fight and into the back lines for healing or suffer the pain of ejecting from mech THEN running back while trying to get some cheeky headshots for ult charge.

Those 2 seconds feel like one second because of the slightest visual delay when pulling the matrix up. (At least for me it does.) However, this change doesn’t effect my playstyle that much, I had a lot of teams last night that chose a barrier of some sort.. Mainly Rein. The matrix is alright if you adjust how you play.

Let’s move on to the Micro Missiles.

They’re a great addition to D.va’s kit! A lot of you got so many kill streaks and gold medals BEFORE the rework, try it now! Last night WHEN I got to play as D.va I went on at least 14-15 killstreaks each match. Those missiles aren’t super strong, but they are very good for either bringing down a tank to low health or killing squishies. Now I hope most of you know that you can shoot the missiles and shoot your guns at the same time. ITS VERY GOOD FOR KILLING AN ULTING MCCREE! Since the matrix can’t guarantee eating a Mccree ult anymore, its best to barrel stuff him and just mow him down with damage! ⚠ You may lose your mech doing this! ⚠

But its better that you lose your mech than having Mccree get a quad.

The missiles are kind of weird projectiles. They take a second to actually shoot when you press the ability button from what I can tell. So keep that in mind when using them.

Overall, the missles are a great ability, cooldown is at a nice number and so is the damage. Being more of a defense tank is out of the question for D.va, sorry to tell ya guys. But I’m sure you guys are now able to kick way more butt than before!

Of course the matrix will take a lot of time to get used to but its just a matter of time before you guys get the hang of her again.

I mean at least her play style wasn’t DRASTICALLY changed like Mercy’s right? Could always be worse.

Originally posted by kairisheart

Gif Coloring Tutorial

So, I got asked by a few people how to color our gifs, and specially hard scenes, such as yellow scenes from Suicide Squad, they can be a pain to color, so here I’m gonna show how to do this kind of coloring:

Basically you’ll need

  • Knowledge on how to make gifs
  • Any version of Photoshop (mine is cs5)

Please note that this a very detailed tutorial so that everyone can do it, including screenshots, so everything is under the cut.

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anonymous asked:

Can you give me some advices/tutorials on how to make gifs? I suck at it and hell, I've been trying to gif for two days and I still can't :(

Of course! Let me just say when you start off making gifs it can be very difficult and confusing (I know it was for me). So I’m going to try and give you lots of tips and things that I’ve learned so hopefully you can skip lots of the hard parts I had to learn on my own. Also don’t get discouraged if you feel like your gifs aren’t turning out amazing, you’ve just started and it’s taken me over the course of 3 years to start making ones I’m actually happy with, as always practice gives you experience! Anyways enough of my rambling lets get started.

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moodboard tutorial

an anon requested a tutorial and another anon asked for one earlier so here i am. i think im going to try to do a video one for this if thats ok i’m too lazy to take screenshots and everything

you will need:

  • photoshop (i use CC)
  • pictures (i find them on pinterest)
  • a psd (i use my own, its the icon one)
  • action: here is the gif tutorial with the action i use (i should just link the action but in the video i said i’d link this yikes)
  • i hope this helps!! please like/reblog if you use it or you think its helpful