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jollysunflora  asked:

How do u design the robot forms of the homestuck characters like where do u get ur inspiration

basically i simplify the muscles of a normal human for the bod and design the faces with the …. shape vibe i get from the characters. as long as everything looks like it interlocks your robot will look nice and good. as for the shape vibe, dave has round glasses so he is a round boy and dirk is pointy and curvy. its kind of difficult to explain i think i might do my first proper real tutorial on how i design robots because theyre a lot of fun

anonymous asked:

So could I have a tutorial on how you do line art like the brush you use and how you add the color to the end of your strokes sometimes??

i use a marker for sketching and either a marker or brush with custom settings for lineart

and for the “color at the end of the strokes” thats made by using an overlay layer, generally thats either found in the mode (if you use paint tool sai) or properties of a layer

anonymous asked:

I like how you drawing eyes and noses.. can you do some tutorial? Please senpai ✨

Oh man Ive never done a tutorial before…lol idk how to really do one but I’ll try anon!! Also long post is long rip.

so I guess I’ll explain by number?

1) I think the most important thing to remember is that the eye itself is a sphere and eyelids come in all sorts of shapes (even more when you’re stylizing as heavily as I do..). So make sure to keep that in mind before you even start. Also proportions, if that’s something you care about, do wonders for making a face believable (this applies less to not-at-all for more anime styles). A general rule of thumb is the eyebrows are even with the tips of the ears when faced straight on and the eyes are about an eye-width apart.

2) This is I guess the most broken down process? I typically done just draw eyes, I start from the face itself and then I put in eyes once I figure out my perspective, but I guess this is a process you should try if you’re having trouble understanding eyes themselves?

3) Eyes are super good for conveying expression and head perspective I think (doubly so when combined with eyebrows). So, when I draw eyes I do the face first, figure out what the perspective of the eyes should be, what shape/expression I want for them, and then I draw them in~

4) My actual physical process for drawing eyes is: first line of eyelid that goes from the corner to the upper eye lid, 2nd line that goes across the entire top of the eyes, 3rd line for the bottom eyelid, and 4th line for the outer waterlines (which I stylize quite heavily, as most real eyes don’t have such prominent waterlines). Then I draw in the iris and pupil to fit the expression and perspective. There are a bunch of examples of how I do eyes there, so hopefully those are good enough examples??

Yeah okay nose time i guess.As with the eyes chart:

1) keeping the shapes of the nose and head proportions is important. I always think about what parts of the nose would be visible and most prominent in whatever position I’m drawing the face in (what will the nostrils look like irl, etc). As a general rule, the nose is equal in length to ears and is about 1/3 of the length of the face from chin to hairline. The bridge of the nose is connected to the brow and lips are connected to the lips via the philtrum (that weird kinda teardrop shaped valley thing above the lip).

2) this is my actual nose drawing process. As always, start with a face and figure out your perspective. I then draw in where the brow is and fill in the eyebrows and part of the eye. Then I draw the line of the nose (if applicable) and the nostrils. I add lines where some noses turn slightly up, as its a style that I enjoy and I think it helps convey perspective in a low maintenance way.

3) is some examples of what noses do in different head positions and angles..I don’t really have a good way of explaining this, as I just try to logically picture what it should look like.

4) is just different types of noses. I will say this: there are many artists far more adept at drawing different ethnicities’ and race’s noses than me. From my head, I’d recommend joannathemad (i believe this is the correct spelling), but again, there are MANY artists who do this well. I’d say look for what you like and try to learn from it and adapt what you like of their’s into your own style!

I hope this was helpful anon, I feel that I probably didn’t organize it in the best way…also I hope you can understand this longass post I wrote..orz Thanks for liking my art!!

anonymous asked:

Hey luc! I absolutely adore the way u color, would you ever make a tutorial or speed paint on how u do it ? :^O

ty! and hmmm i’m bad at tutorials but i do stream sometimes, maybe ill start recording them?


I could do this all day 

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She will fit into your favorite moba game very good character garanteed

Edit: Holy shit it’s a joke please stop tagging this as reference/helpful/wow so good please stop using this as reference please stop thinking this is your goal please stop holy crap holy cRAP

You need to seriously re-evaluate  yourself if you believe the incredibly narrow and offensive things in these gifs oMgGG


Thank you! :D I’m glad my tutorials are helpful ^^ Maybe this will help you with hair details and stuff like that (don’t overdo detail stuff though.) Basically, it’s nothing new xD

anonymous asked:


I got you

filter > blur > radial blur > spin

keep the amount at about 4-10 unless you want to be extremely SHOOK 

also works with nyoom !!!
filter > blur > radial blur > zoom 
(you can put the amount at 10+ for this, it’s hella)

and also filter > blur > motion blur
(I used this one a lot for the laugh in that one video)

Heart Cinnamon Rolls

Yields 5 rolls

The things you’ll need

  • Pillsbury Grands cinnamon rolls
  • White glaze icing
  • Heart sprinkles
  • 8 inch round cake pan
  • 8 inch round parchments
  • Decorating bag fitted with a #6 tip
  • Baking spray
  • Knife and cutting board
  • Parchment paper

Let’s get started!

  1. Preheat oven to 350ºF.
  2. Remove cinnamon rolls from canister. Unravel each roll and shape strips into hearts. Arrange in a greased and lined cake pan. The tips of the heart should point towards the center.
  3. Bake for 15 to 17 minutes. Allow to cool in the pan for a few minutes and then transfer to a cutting board to cut out individual cinnamon rolls.
  4. Scoop glaze icing into piping bag and drizzle on top of cinnamon hearts. While the icing is still wet, place sprinkles on top.
  5. TaDa! Here are some sweet hearts for your sweetheart!