playing with a different coloring style

Draw Yourself Challenge!

Do you want to learn to draw yourself better? Do you want do draw yourself but just don’t know what to draw yourself doing/wearing? Take this challenge! Reblog as a daily challenge or have followers request numbers— do whatever you please! Have fun!

  1. Draw yourself in a space suit.
  2. Draw yourself in the clothes you wore yesterday.
  3. Draw yourself wearing an outfit one of your parents typically wears/wore.
  4. Draw yourself making some breakfast.
  5. Draw yourself as a witch.
  6. Draw yourself as a dragon.
  7. Draw yourself riding a dragon.
  8. Draw yourself in the style of the last animated thing you watched.
  9. Draw yourself wearing a ball gown.
  10. Draw yourself wearing a fancy suit.
  11. Draw yourself wearing tennis shoes.
  12. Draw yourself wearing a top hat.
  13. Draw yourself walking through snow.
  14. Draw yourself surrounded by trees.
  15. Draw yourself with war paint.
  16. Draw yourself playing a musical instrument.
  17. Draw yourself in pajamas.
  18. Draw yourself with different-colored hair.
  19. Draw yourself with different colored eyes.
  20. Draw yourself wearing colorful socks.
  21. Draw yourself wearing a baggy hoodie.
  22. Draw yourself eating ice cream.
  23. Draw yourself as a merperson.
  24. Draw yourself wearing sunglasses.
  25. Draw yourself wearing a knit hat.
  26. Draw yourself wearing a few bracelets.
  27. Draw yourself wearing something purple.
  28. Draw yourself with your best friend(s) or significant other(s).
  29. Draw yourself with a potted plant.
  30. Draw yourself smiling.
  31. Draw yourself pouting.
  32. Draw yourself stepping on a lego.
  33. Draw yourself as an alien.
  34. Draw yourself as a dog.
  35. Draw yourself as a cat.
  36. Draw yourself as a fish.
  37. Draw yourself jumping.
  38. Draw yourself running.
  39. Draw yourself in swimwear.
  40. Draw yourself wearing a helmet.
  41. Draw yourself as a ghost.
  42. Draw yourself sticking your tongue out.
  43. Draw yourself hugging somebody.
  44. Draw yourself in bright sunlight.
  45. Draw yourself in the rain.
  46. Draw yourself laughing.
  47. Draw yourself wearing boots.
  48. Draw yourself lighting a candle.
  49. Draw yourself as a super hero.
  50. Draw yourself sleeping.

Keith finds out Shiro is SUPER ticklish and all hell breaks loose. I tried a different coloring technique! does it look noticeable? p.s I tried to stick as close to the original Voltron art style as possible. Forgive me I’m trying to draw things other than Haikyuu!! lol

Bonus: Tickle play turns into something else…oops

[TRANS] non-no Magazine 2017 Aug Issue - BTS Jungkook


Q1: What’s your hobby or something you’re into recently, how do you spend your holiday?

A1: I’m enjoying playing FPS (First Person Shooter) games recently. Every day I play for 3-4 hours and in the blink of an eye it’s already time to sleep. (laughs) And I listen to music all the time. I listen to exciting music like the future base genre too, but I lean more towards moody and calming songs.

Q2: Tell us your fashion style or preference!

A2: I like big silhouette like hooded jackets and the color black. I don’t change my style that much even in summer. Although we have different styles, I think Rap Monster and J-hope are really cool because you can feel how they are from their way of dressing.

Q3: Favorite perfume?

A3: The fragrance of the wind or the green when spring comes. I once rode a bike along the riverside while listening to music together with Rap Monster and V on a spring day before. When I feel the distinctive air of the early spring, I would recall the memory of that day and get excited.

Q4: Favorite work among Japanese movies, dramas, mangas?

A4: I like Japanese animes and my favorite work, which is also what Jin’s currently into, is ‘Haikyuu!!’. It helps me learn Japanese too!



I’m the type to focus on something instantly once I feel like I want to do it, I want to accomplish it! Right now I’m into makng music so I’m learning diligently, even though it’s still far from releasing. My personality is to do what I like first and think of whether it’s going well or not later.


I like food! Especially meat. Chicken is my favorite. I like the food at Japanese convenience stores so much that I think about convenience stores every time I go to Japan (laughs) If I travel to Japan off work, I would stop by several times!


I love sleeping so much. I’m into playing games so my sleep time has been cut off (laughs) If I have even just a little bit of time like in the car, I would nod off to sleep.


from J-HOPE

“A member with stronger desire to improve for music and dancing than others, but sometimes he also has the cute maknae-like side like a spoilt baby. I have to use my strength when I hug him since he’s tall, so I can sleep well. (laughs)

from JIMIN

“The maknae who works harder since he was young than any of the members. He’s the same age as my real brother so I look after him well, but at some point he has started to feel like my real brother. Whatever he does, he’s cute.”

JPN - KRN © Jeon Jungkook Gallery 전정국 갤러리, ma_ko77
KRN - ENG © ktaebwi

Ohhhh IMade a challenge. Try it out?


  1. Draw your OC with an item significant to them.
  2. Draw your OC sleeping.
  3. Draw your OC with someone from their past.
  4. Draw your OC doing something awkward.
  5. Draw your OC with your favorite Disney Character.
  6. Draw your OC Battling! ! (Another OC or a fav. character)
  7. Draw your OC caught doing something out of character.
  8. Draw your OC from/in a different time period.
  9. Draw your OC as a baby.
  10. Draw your OC Chuck Jones style.
  11. Draw your OC with a super hero.
  12. Draw your OC as an Elder.
  13. Draw your OC with a Weapon.
  14. Draw your OC playing an instrument
  15. Draw your OC in a famous movie scene/still.
  16. Draw your OC in a different color scheme.
  17. Draw your OC’s with their dream guy/girl.
  18. Draw your OC eating their favorite food.
  19. Draw your OC on a date.
  20. Draw your OC in a style you despise.
  21. Draw your OC Hanna-Barbera style.
  22. Draw your OC as the opposite gender.
  23. Draw your OC playing a game/sport.
  24. Draw your OC in a scene from your favorite book
  25. Draw your OC under the weather.
  26. Draw your OC’s favorite expression
  27. Draw your OC intoxicated/high/or horny.

muji notebooks

frankly speaking, I have a love-hate relationship with these notebooks, but I guess love does trump hate bc I ordered them and am pretty excited to test them out! okay, so I love these notebooks because of their simple design and freedom of which you can design it yourself, but these notebooks only have 30 sheets! so, probably not ideal for school, hence why I had to buy so many of them, and let’s say it did not come cheap lol (at least for me). I bought it for $9 (per a pack of 5 notebooks) off amazon, but had to purchase multiple packs, so the price was bit steep. I would recommend it to those who plan to use it for recreational purposes! for students who just love the aesthetic and build of the notebook, go ahead and buy it, but make sure the price is worth it. these notebooks come in multiple sizes/types. I bought the B5 muji notebooks, however, they also come in A5, A4, B6, B4, etc.

pilot juice pens

I just ordered a 36 pack, but I’m splitting it with my sister since I wanted to save money. I’ve used these pens before and love the free flow of the ink and how it works with various handwriting styles! they come in so many different colors and shades making it fun to experiment with! I bought them off of amazon for $30 I believe (but technically payed $15).

staedtler fineliners

I remember being obsessed with using these when my friend had bought a pack and honestly I still am. these fineliners are so beautiful and really thin in terms of the tip (.3mm). they come in various shades depending on what pack you get. there’s the pastel set, 10 pack, 20 pack, 36 pack, etc. all coming at various prices, however, they are not the cheapest, nor the most expensive. I may buy some eventually, and they sell on amazon for $7-$35 depending on which pack you purchase.

kokuyo campus notebooks

okay if i being honest here I used to abhor the design of these notebooks but after checking them out and doing my research I found myself falling in love with them. they are a bit more expensive than muji, nonetheless they’re still worth it. I plan on buying them when I have money (rip wallet) or maybe just solely sticking to muji notebooks. you can find them on amazon for about $10-$11 per pack of 10 notebooks.I know that @studyquill uses these notebooks, so go ahead and check out her posts and videos if you’d like a better insight on them!

kanken backpacks

*starts drooling* these backpacks are just so…so…aesthetic. for lack of a better word. however, aesthetic shouldn’t be the only role that plays into it, and it sure isn’t. these backpacks have amazing quality in terms of build and can last for years. they come in various colors giving you many options to fit your style. however, and you may want to prepare your wallet for this, its cost ranges from $80-$150 (or even more from what I’ve seen). amazon sells these for pretty good prices, most of the classic ones costing $80, so save up your money if you’re looking to buy one ;)

washi tape

washi tape has so many different uses! use it as you would any tape, or for decorating your bullet journal, notes, etc. they’re really pretty and come in various designs. in terms of pricing, the more “flashy” the design is, the more expensive they get, but they range from $2-$15 dollars (also depends on how many rolls per pack). I’m thinking about buying these, but I don’t have a real purpose for it yet, besides maybe decorating my binders with it.

lihit lab pencil case

i just purchased this online at amazon for about $10, but it takes such a long time to come!!! i won’t be getting it until school starts, so rip (lol). i love how efficient it is, in terms of space for so many items, and the design is really nice too. the price is really good for me and…yeah! haha. oh! they also come in multiple versions/colors, fitting various styles.

zebra mildliners

I actually just ordered these and plan to do a swatch/review on them, but what convinced me to buy these were the wide range of colors and the fact that they’re double sided (highlighters and markers), so I was like a 2 in 1? yes! (I need to save all the money I can get lol) I bought 3 packs (yellow, blue, and pink) for $14.88 on amazon. the prices are pretty good, but try not to buy all 4 at the same time because some sellers charge $40-$50 for it (helll naaaaw, too broke for that). make sure to scope out good deals!

Originally posted by sinnerxsaint-blog

hope you guys liked this post! s/o to anybody who saw me accidently post an unfinished version of it on my main blog lol. inbox/hit me up with an ask on what you’d like me to make next. also, some original content comin’ up with my notes, and study space, and other stuff (haha)

anonymous asked:

Hey i think your builds Look amazing. ๐Ÿค— I was wondering how you make the foodstalls look like they are Part of the Building like you did in your Windenburg old townsquare. I can't seem to figure out a solution without the space above the stall looking weird. ๐Ÿ˜”

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Hi ! Thank you ! I’m so sorry for the late reply, I’ve been very busy this month and wanted to take screenshots to make a proper tutorial for you, but unfortunately I’ve not been able to use the computer on which I play the sims (it’s not even installed !) so I’ve made this schema instead. 

  • From what I could recall, a CL food stand is 3x2 tiles, so most of the time I place it in a room that is at least 3x3 tiles (with obviously no wall in front of the stand), so the vendor can use the back entrance without routing issue.
  • You can take advantage of the empty space behind the stand to add deco, clutters and appliances as I did for the Moroccan stand (see above). Put a door wherever you want so the vendor can access the back entrance (imo it’s prettier if we don’t see it from the front).
  • Because the width of the stand isn’t exactly 3 tiles, you will have to fill the gaps with large columns that fits with the style of the stand (or simply the style you want).
  • Same goes for the height, try to trick with friezes, backs of wall cabinets and awnings (and sometimes a lot of MOO and Alt) to hide the gapes. Depending on the wall height, choose the most relevant cabinet size. The easiest way to place wall cabinets, when possible, is to activate MOO, build a temporary wall in front of the stand, place the cabinets indoor (you will have to elevate them slightly), and delete the wall.
  • If you want to use the opening on the right side too (see cake shop above),  using an half wall will hide eventual gaps, and will make the stand better integrated to your building because you can use the wallpaper you want. (alternative schema)
  • Take revenge on EA’s limitations, make the stands yours ! Customize them as much as you can by playing with colors and clutters ! Experiment with different settings ! The possibilities are endless ! 
  • On the contrary, you can be inspired by the style and color scheme of the stand to build a matched facade you wouldn’t have thought to do by yourself, and that brings you out of your comfort zone :)
  • And of course playtest !

I hope it’s not too confusing ! Have fun :)

anonymous asked:

Did you always do the star thing in the eyes? Cause your art feels different and I think that's why

No! Truth be told my style is constantly changing. I used to absolutely hate it, but now I’ve realized it’s kind of a good thing? Allow me to take you on a journey…

When I first started doing comics, I used kind of the classic tumblr “stick figure” of a white, blobby character. I also used only shades of blue? Haha kind of like a Picasso blue period. My frames were not aligned and I could not draw noses or hands to save my life. This is a segment of a comic from 2014:

Eventually in 2015 I left the blue period and started using black and white with select colors and shading (this is still one of my favorite comics btw)…

I was never satisfied with my style (and honestly still am not today). In 2016 I took a class about writing newspaper comics strips and for a while that was how I designed my comics…

This class is where I introduced my classic top bun hairstyle you see on my Moga character in every comic. I even did a comic about how different my styles were at the time…

Overtime my illustration skills (anatomy, figure placement, etc.) grew from practice. But, I was so frustrated that I didn’t have a set style and I was completely unsatisfied with my work. So I began to look at artists who styles I admire and compile a list of things I like and included them in my comics. The biggest similarity between all those artists was striking color palettes, so I began to play with pastels…

Using bright color palettes is something I’ve been doing for over a year now. My style has always had very thick, black line work and that was something that took a long time for me to realize I didn’t like. Only in the last few months have I begun exploring comics that don’t rely on thick linework. This comic below was something I considered not thick line art…

However I thought that these comics looked too flat (even with that slight multiply layer to give the cheeks some color) So I began to explore how I could make the LINE ART not flat but also not thick/overwhelming. Eventually I settled on adding tiny little line art details all throughout my pieces. The stars in the eyes happens to be one of those little details!!

And here we are today!!!

I am so sorry I’m sure this is not the kind of response you were looking for, but it’s kind of a journey down memory lane I’ve been meaning to take! I hope this answered your question and gave some insight into my artistic development in regards to comics. 

All the best!!


This was made for a particular verse of mine which I loved, itโ€™s months old but I couldnโ€™t keep myself from bringing it back, this time as a tutorial. One style of an edit I simply adore is one of movie posters, so here it goes, itโ€™s not hard to do but lengthy so come take a seat.

  • Difficulty: Easy Peasy
  • Requirements: Any version of PS, I use Portable CS
  • Image Heavy: No quite, but theyโ€™re large
  • Type:ย Posters, Teasers
  • Many thanks to @swiftofrph for the PNGs!

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anonymous asked:

hi! i really love your art and its a big inspiration to me and i just wanted to ask you: is it a good idea to try and not bother with stylization until im more satisfied with how good i am at realistic drawing? im kinda scared that if i stick mostly to realist/semi-realist drawings im not gonna be able to develop a unique style later on. sorry to bother, hope you have a nice day!! โค๏ธ

that’s a fair fear but mostly untrue! no matter what you do your own personal style will develop through your studies, it’s totally ok, and actually really good to double down on studying realistic stuff to learn proportions and color theory. when you learn the more solid stuff like that it becomes A LOT funner to explore playing with your style, making it more cartoony and stylized etc. I found tht the more you study a realist/semi-realist style the easier it is to simplify and play with the complicated stuff you’ve learned.

i personally always wanted a nice semi-realistic style, there was a time when i was stuck drawing some really ugly things bc i didn’t study more of the important stuff like proportions and stuff. 

i personally did a lot of portraits to learn how to render faces + color nuances better like 3 or 4 yrs ago?

no matter what you study your style will develop regardless of what you do :) if you’re scared of being stuck in a style you can always try drawing different styles of cartoons or whatever it is you’re interested in. those are studies too in a different way !


Paintings based off Harry Styles’ self-titled album “Harry Styles” 

When I started these paintings I didn’t know where I wanted to go with it, all I knew was I wanted to share the emotion I felt when listening to the song onto a blank canvas. Ten paintings for all ten songs, each different from one another. Color Symbolism does play a large roll in most of these paintings. From reds, to whites, to greens, and blues, each painting is its own and I’m proud of the outcome that I got from this experience. They aren’t the best, but they capture what I see when I listen to these songs and the emotions I gather from the lyrics and song itself. 

 Order of paintings: Meet Me in the Hallway- Sign of the Times- Carolina- Two Ghosts- Sweet Creature- Only Angel- Kiwi- Ever Since New York- Woman- From the Dining Table

shop 💖


I got some asks about my process so here are some shots i took of my last drawing. My sketches are an ugly mess haha sometimes i skip the line part depending on style, I start shading each part separately in different layers so i can adjust colors/values/play with gradients, textures and curves during the process and when i’m happy with the overall look I merge it and start painting over the whole thing, this may not be a good example but i hope someone finds it useful  

세상에 하찮은 얘기
모두 다 알고 있다 믿어요
허나 평생 같은 숨을
나눴던 당신을 난 몰라요
몰라요 몰라요

솔직히 말해 봐요
많이 외로워하잖아요
솔직히 말해 줘요
더는 무리인 걸 알잖아요
언제부터 혼자였나요
거울 속 나와 눈 맞추는 게
어색할 정도죠 나는
나는 나는

 (That part of Elevator might be one of my favorite lyrics from Jonghyun. -I hope I didn’t mess up the lyrics. I wanted to write them in the drawing but since I don’t know Korean I was scared of copying something wrong and fxxt it up-)

 Anyways, this drawing is something different I wanted to try. I’m still not sure if I’m going to keep trying with this style or if I like it but for now I’m pleased with the result. 
I used colored pencils on Kraft paper and white gel pen for details.

 (And, just in case, I changed the colors on purpose I didn’t use his original skin tones, I did it to express something with the contrast of these colors and play with cold & warm palettes.)

The Director

Here’s a little late night doodle of the love of my life.  I did this last night while listening to the TAZ soundtrack. I may or may not have been crying. This looks a little different than my other stuff, but I’m playing around with brushes and coloring styles still! It’s also just a…real quick no-ref sketch that I slapped some color on. 


So after doing some work I decided to use my break time to do something fun, and so asked a friend of mine on what to do. His response:

“I have found a fondness towards a certain orange character from a game coming out :D I have no idea what he is even meant to be, but he’s spikey and has no eyes, as far as I can tell o3o”

So I asked who he meant, to which he pointed me towards a trailer for A Hat in Time’s Chapter 3 character, The Conductor, which I had previously seen in a trailer (along with some awesomely addictive music). I immediately went ahead with the idea, despite never playing the game, and so I produced this.
It was surprisingly fun, especially having to experiment more with coloring styles for a game that’s very different from what I usually draw. It was a great experience, and I so can’t wait to do more!