tablet experiment


something vaguely moboween

dunno if this is gonna grow into something else but pls just have this for now


hiya here’s my submission for @mmsummerzine‘s contest!! i love food so i tried to incorporate it with everyone \o/

there’s like one day left if anyone wants to join

i found all my mspaint destiel from 2014 and this is probably the only one fit for human eyes so here we go happy season 11 everyone

“A boy met a boy. They were in the flush of youth. They were in love that felt like a dream, like sparkling soda pop.”

Welp, since i don’t have a tablet yet the best i can do is traditional lineart and color in krita. I actually wanna test my hand redrawing this in a couple months so yeah, here it is.

The Lovely Gays™ aka Engel and Cyris belong to @windycube and @akiri-chann respectively!!


Guren Ichinose backgrounds requested by summerironqueen 

↳ size (750 x 1334)

feel free to use, don’t take credit for them

sage-jpg-deactivated20170227  asked:

Any tips for new artists learning to switch over from pencil and paper to digital? I know I ought to be more patient, but I just got clip studio paint a little while ago and I get frustrated when my work doesn't turn out how I feel like it should.

Hi! <3

I think it’s safe to assume that all digital artists went through this, so you’re not alone! I know when I first started drawing digitally, I didn’t know what buttons did what, how to set settings… I knew nothing about pen pressure and sensitivity; I was just… a big mess. On top of that I was learning Photoshop at the same time–But I didn’t stress, because the knowledge of knowing that the more I drew, the more i’d improve kept me excited about using the tablet/drawing digitally. Once you learn the basics, and find your own little process, that learning curve will become easier.

The biggest thing for me was that weird hand to screen coordination. I didn’t use an on screen tablet or cintiq, I used one of the original older model Wacom’s that my boyfriend at the time had. The whole… Not looking at my hands while i drew/looking up at a screen combo really threw me off for some time.

But I just used it everyday and now it’s second nature. 
I forget sometimes how odd it can feel, especially when friends or family come in and watch me work sometimes. Every once in awhile they’ll ask if they can try it, that they want to try draw a line or a smiley face, and It’s always the same reaction,  “whoa that feels weird.”

So I’m sure its not the quick answer you want to hear, and i’m sure it’s one you already know, but just use that tablet and experiment with programs, and you’ll get comfortable pretty fast.

July 27, 2011 (shudders):

Kyle’s MegaPack brushes are super fun to play around with!!!

The first of the two prompts from the lovely @quite-right-too: How about Tentoo/Rose first “date” date?” or the story of how We Apparently Slept Through Two Thirds of The Film, Rose, So That’s Why It Didn’t Make Sense.

This might or might not have been triggered by the fact that being in school always mysteriously urges me to doodle sleeping people. Whispers of the subconscious, I guess … I’ll try to add some variety by doing a drabble for the second prompt! <3