If I were to make cup-like ocs with ears and tail can I have some tips on how to start?😖
I’m very unsure what you expected my tip to be other than: Open up sai or photoshop and just draw???
It’s the standard steps to designing - do your research, and just start drawing
But I… don’t know? Sketch them out and try out the design you are thinking of? Not sure why you’re asking me this when I literally have no idea what your concept is, and especially with how little I know to work with animal-like attributes. Your question is way too broad and vague for me to give you any advice if I could
Sooo, the school’s just put online the CG exercises we’ve been working on since january. “Sisters” is the one @marionoir, @mylenecominotti, @manon-serda and I worked on. (and here’s some research I did at some point between Manon’s storyboard and Marion’s awesome final colorscript.)
Couldn’t help but doodle more camp camp crime au at school HAH. I was figuring out what would David and Gwen’ll look like in this AU so yah. Still haven’t fully decided on Jen, she’ll either have a suit or a dress haha. Also this AU might take place in an old timey setting. These are really messy but at least we get to know what they’ll look like! ^^;;;
Hi! I figured out a shortcut for perspective with the pen tool (and a quick instruction on how to draw straight lines) in Photoshop.
As happy as I am to see people gain the confidence to try out backgrounds, I should mention that it takes more than a trick to draw good BGs. I urge you all to try to learn it properly through research and draw from observation. Thomas Romain has a good batch of incredibly detailed, in-depth look into perspective on his twitter. I also learned at lot from Perspective! For Comic Book Artist by David Chelsea, it really is a must have for all types of BG work. Work hard and good luck!
time Nishinoya asked him out, Asahi’s insecurity made him question why somebody so optimistic would want somebody like him. Nishinoya decided to take this opportunity
to help Asahi understand his reasons before he made his second attempt.
finding new notes long after they started dating and kept every single one as a
"You! Can't you see that -- in stooping to your enemy's level -- you're being made over in his image -- that you're becoming the very thing you loathe? " - Captain America #275, Steve Rogers defends neo-Nazi spokesman from being attacked by protestors while making a speech.
I mean, in case we’re skipping over the above link, here’s a helpful quote:
“When the German spy is killed at the end of the origin chapter, Cap nonchalantly remarked, “A fate he well deserved”– no remorse, no questioning.”
How about another?
In the Red Skull’s first appearance, after he is unmasked and defeated, the Skull makes one last desperate attempt at escape and Bucky tries to stop him. While Cap stood motionless, the Skull rolls over on a hypodermic filled with poison and dies. Bucky gets up and looks at Cap incredulously and asks, “But you saw it all–why didn’t you stop him from killing himself?” To which Cap casually replied, “I’m not talking Bucky”
I mean, Jack Kirby really, really hated Nazis. Don’t believe me? How about Stan Sakai?
But sure, Cap would get squeamish at punching Nazis. A+ cherrypicking, have an Iron Cross.
yo!! I was just wondering;;; if you had any tips on drawing dudes!! I have a beefy boy of mine I've been dying to draw a full body of but I can't seem to get it right!! if you don't have any that's ok!
Well, step one is to have way too many pictures of just men, random men, sometimes half nude, too many to the point where you should be mildly concerned.
Seriously though, lots of references. Men have an incredible amount of variation, in terms of body type, so really search around for types you like, or that fit your character.
The main difference between an “average” body type, and more heavy set one is how solid it looks. This includes eliminating any sense of structural fragility, broadening it, and just messing around with how fat plays with the body.
And when thinking about muscular bodies, consider which areas are more defined than others, how much weight is on the body, etc. For a more stocky muscular type, keep it round.
So when I’m drawing any sort of guy, there’s a list of what I normally keep in mind. But definitely look around, see which body types strike your fancy more than others. Play around with it! And thanks, hope that helps! 💙