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November 17 2014

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chrishoughtonart:

Here’s a bunch of designs from “The Deep End” of Mr. Poolcheck. What a fun maniac to draw. Erik Fountain was one of the board artists who did most of the heavy lifting in terms of Poolcheck’s design. I just refined his design and did a bunch of special poses based off of his boards.

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November 12 2014

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the-tincan-alchemist:

sirblizzard:

How to draw ‘the other eye’. Because people keep complaining.


The answer? You don’t draw a whole eye first.

You do it part by part, then make adjustments and add details as you please. 

If you draw the whole eye first you’ll just stress over making the other eye as similar as possible. This way it’s also easier to adjust and correct.

Aside from that last step with the ‘transform’ tool, this also applies for traditional art.

Hope this helps!

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May 15 2014

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May 12 2014

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vanillavalerian:

Again, not mine. But omg this is so good aaaaaaaaaah

May 09 2014

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May 02 2014

How to draw boobies
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It's not broken, just different now.
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August 05 2013

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hostduraravros:

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anatomicalart:

How to Draw Gesture.

This is very important. People have said they liked my drawings especially because the lines feel smooth, and dynamic. I’m merely applying the gestures and curves this guy is talking about. Like the video shows, it’s the feel of the drawing that comes first, through gesture, then add the details.

oh gosh i cannot exaggerate the importance enough this was pretty much half of my sophomore art class and after that I can say my figures improved VERY DRAMATICALLY also learning with 30 second gestures is a great way to loosen up and feel the spirit of the model and their movement and action it can be really fun and relaxing I highly recommend

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July 03 2013

Dogs Dressed As Their Owners

Sebastian Magnani is a Swiss photographer who had the great idea to imagine this series “Underdogs” offering to discover dogs dressed like their handlers. An initiative to discover in the future.

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qinni:

More tips:

  • The closest I could find on Amazon to the watercolour set I use is the Sakura brand of Koi Assorted WaterColours Field Set.
  • Just use any old toothbrush. I used to use the ones that my dentist would give me after a visit, just because those were kind of cheap and I wouldn’t actually use them anyways.
  • I use acrylic for flicking and highlights because watercolour-whites tend to fade when they dry. 
  • Also, remember to keep your hands clean, because nothing’s worse than smudging graphite into your watercolours and then unable to get it out.
  • Try to avoid black and white when possible. They tend to dull the colours and it loses that watercolouring lustre. 

Since I started watercolouring again for my daily sketches, I’ve gotten a lot of asks/dA notes on if I could give a tutorial on watercolouring and also more specific questions that overlapped each other, so I decided to do a semi guide/tips/answering thing.

I actually started watercolouring before I went into digital medium, so I have a bit of personal experience, but I am essentially self-taught when it comes to watercolouring since there weren’t a lot of watercolour tutorials online back then to begin with, so I cannot promise that these are the absolute correct way of doing things. 

Hope it helps anyways :)

My Other Tutorials/Guides | My Daily Sketches

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