How do you figure out lighting? I can never figure out shadows on a human face. It's way different than a ball or block. Any tips?
EXCELLENT QUESTION one that fucks me up too even tho i’ve been drawing for a million years. I don’t think i’ve mastered lighting on the face yet, so i don’t really have a lot of tips to offer but here’s what i got:
I guess first and foremost you have to familiarize yourself with the planes that make up the face. I only laid out the main ones here. Once you figure out where the hard edges of the face occur, it’s quite easy to lay out the most basic shadows.
Sometimes i don’t constrain to realistic planes (like around the nose and lips) but that’s mostly because it’s just my style.
Because the cheek is flat (in relation to the front of the face) it catches a lot of light even in the most dramatic lighting. It’s one of my favorite places to light up HEH (even if it’s extremely subtle)
I also have a few lovely guides to share ! Most of these are tutorials on how these artists accomplish their lighting techniques, but i thought they were extremely helpful.
Got any art tips on drawing hands? More specifically finger placements?
SO this is kinda the template that i use to draw hands
to figure out where the fingers would go, i draw a curve to indicate where the tips of the fingers would be (or the knuckles, it works both ways). by following that curve, i’m able to figure out where the fingers would go.
you don’t have to follow it perfectly, but staying along the curve makes the finger placement look more natural and makes it easier for me to draw hands
🙊 so recently i gave my bnha oc to @ice-teay because she liked him alot.
This one was my first idea but i abandoned it for stupid reasons.
So basically Kanashi’s quirk allows him to make anyone who hears/see’s him crying, can make them stop in their tracks and brake down into sobs along with him. His quirk also always him to trick someone into doing what he wants. Unfortunately he cant use it for to long or he falls asleep, and get cold very easy.
His more for stoping and defending than actually fighting.