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How to Pronounce Irish Names 🗣️👂🇮🇪☘️ (and other Irish words): A quick guide

anonymous asked:

Hey not sure if you've already done a tutorial or whatever (I didnt see one) but if you don't mind would you share how you did the gold in the gavin bleeds gold picture?? It looks freakin amazing and I'd love to know how you made it all sparkly and gold looking? Also you're an amazing artist & I hope you have a good day <3

that drawing was a long time ago and i think this is how i did it??


anonymous asked:

Hi!! I'm a SUPER big fan of your work and I have a question to ask. Do you often use the paint bucket/fill tool when you draw? If so, have you ever gotten this small white border around the fill area when you use the tool? I've tried to shift the area scaling to around -1, or 0 but it either goes over the lines or just has a border. Is there a way to possibly fix this? Thank you so much and sorry for bothering!! ** I use clip studio EX by the way!

THANK YOU ANON and i dont work much with csp, but ill try my best to help! when youre on the fill tool, make sure the ‘Area scaling’ box is checked. it sort of more or less the ‘tolerance’ level if it were translated to photoshop terms. i usually like having the number around 9-12 for lower tolerance (=no white lines after fill)

you can see a slight white line with the figure on the right when area scaling is turned off. also using a harder brush will lessen the chances of having white lines as opposed if youre using a softer brush (personally i like using the binary pen when filling in colors bc the edges are really crisp and exact, and then i go over with a softer brush when rendering)

hopefully that helps!!


Fursuit Bodysuit Tutorial - part 4

anonymous asked:

how do you sharpen your gifs? i've seen people talking about sharpening actions and i have no clue what they are or how to use them and i'm just vv confused i'm sorry to bother you. i love your gifs so much <333

an action is basically a series of filters you can add to your gif all at once (so however many sharpens/blurs/etc!) sites like these x x have tons you can choose from! once you’ve downloaded one you like, open it up in photoshop and click window > actions and there should be the one you just downloaded! select it, click the little nifty play button at the bottom of that tab and apply that to your gif layer. make sure you’ve converted your frames into a timeline and your layers into a smart object before applying it!

i use several actions here and there, but for the most part i use my own action here if you wanna download it

here’s my gif without sharpen:

and with sharpen:

sheepycc  asked:

umm hello! i was wondering, how did you make those cute animations in for example your honey jeans post? cause i really really like that but i just can't find how to do it lol. thank you & have a lovely day!!


Hey @sheepycc​!! I have a wacom graphics tablet and I use those draw random shapes and what not. I would link a tutorial for you but I’ll just write one up for you!

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Scots Gaelic - Lesson 1 Part 2

anonymous asked:

hi! i love the gifset of homecoming you posted, but how did you make the ones where peter is on a pastel background, like the sixth one? i can't quite figure out how to do that on gifs effectively :)))

hey there :) thank you so much, sweetie, it means a lot to me!!

but i’m gonna starting it by apologizing because i really suck at tutorials.

in case you don’t like the way i explained, you can find some other (very helpful) tutorials here: x, x, x, x, x, x, x and x

how to make this:

look like this:

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A lovely simple look for those of us with that “monolid problem”.

No crease? No problem!

Work with what ya got! :D


(ノ・д<)ノ - Hair /haircuts 


As requested, somethin’ about hair/haircuts, i didn’t know what to exactly draw but i’m usually very concerned about people adding unnecessary details!

anonymous asked:

How’d you learn to draw mechas? I’ve been wanting to try that myself for a while, and I know as an artist that the only way to learn is to just Do it, but it’s so daunting! I have no idea where to begin. Do you have any advice or tips? Thank you for your time!

Okay first of all, sorry to take so long to answer. I really wanted to draw some pics for this, and the last weeks have been quite busy. 

1. Draw from the reference

Drawing is like learning a new language: You can’t say you wanna learn English and then just start making up your own words because you think that finding words in the dictionary is cheating - It doesn’t make sense. Find a super cool robot picture and try to copy it. These are called “studies” for a good reason. You’re studying the vocabulary of those drawings. Many times people don’t share their studies since it’s only for the practice. But don’t study just one person. You don’t want to become that person - you want to become better! And if you post your study online, don’t forget to credit the original artist!

2. Try different techniques

One of my favorite techniques is something I call color blocking - I’m not sure if it’s an actual term or just something I came up with. I kind of carve the silhouette of the robot with one color and then I add a second color and carve the details in. I do this also if I have a picture with lots of characters and I want to make sure everything reads correctly. But these are all personal matters. Try different techniques until you find a one that works for you. And remember to flip your canvas!!

3. Try different brushes

My favorite brushes vary, but these three are the ones I keep using more than the others. Kyle’s brush I got used to while I was working on my freelance work - it just feels good to draw with. The square one is really fun to work with in mecha designs, and the basic one also feels surprisingly good while drawing. Sometimes I just grab a new brush, start doodling, and end up with a decent piece.

4. Symmetry vs. asymmetry

This one I included especially because I’m talking about robots. Breaking up the machines with asymmetrical parts gives them more character BUT it’s important to keep the symmetry in mind. If I do a robot that has a one big arm and one small arm, I later make sure that most of the other parts are symmetrical. This way the asymmetry is the choice rather than a mistake.

5. Draw from the reference (!!!)

Yes, I added this the second time because I really feel it’s important! I use Pinterest all the time - I have a board with over 1000 pins of robots! There are paintings from my favorite robot artists, 3D models of super cool robot designs, and even photos of real robots all collected in one place. And for anyone who feels “wrong” doing this: Finding reference DOESN’T mean copying - it can be just an idea or inspiration: It’s finding the language you want to use. Sure you won’t need  the reference as much later on as you build your own “shape-vocabulary” - just like you won’t need your dictionary after you have learned the words you use.

6. It doesn’t have to be perfect

I’m never 100% happy with my work. But I have learned to say “oh well” and move on. Next time I’ll do better.


Don’t talk down your own work no matter how much you’d like to. If you’re not standing behind your drawings, who will? Sure you do see the mistakes, but it’s still a great piece of art you made!