zillabean: axiscat: if I can’t be shacked up with Professor Layton in London Life then what’s the point of the game WAIT WHAT. And here I was trying to figure out how to configure my shag pad with all the amenities a gentleman might like to lure him in make sure his stay would be comfortable. I don’t even know how to buy furniture yet though, so perhaps that will come at a later point. ...
how on earth do... →
duckerly: anderjak: duckerly: vondell-swain: duckerly: how on earth do people figure out how to price their artwork like i’m legitimately prepared to only charge a few bucks but some very tiny voice in my brain is shouting angrily at me because it’s probably a…
and our cracking bones make noise: Art References... →
finaltrinity: Some of these may be in the wrong category. Some may need to be in another category! Do tell me (either through my ask box or reply) if I need to change or add something! Have fun looking through these accounts! HUMAN ANATOMY http://anatomicalart.tumblr.com/ …
Art of Animation: "Gesture-The Soul of Drawing"... →
animationart: or ‘Gesture-Don’t just stand there, Express something!’ What a Gesture should be Loose Fluid Tells a Story Try a red pen base to get line of Action Don’t be a slave to the model 7 Principles of Gestures Line of Action Shapes Silhouette Space Exaggeration Extrapolation Story
In which Digits talks about animation:... →
simonist: [This is off one of Neonnoodle’s posts from SomethingAwful, but it’s such a useful technique I wanna repost it here.] Here’s one approach I’ve found, which is based on the gamut mask idea, but a little simpler and tuned to working in PS: 1. Start with three color…
Process Advice for Illustrators and Creators Alike →
sydneydraws: this is wonderful stuff from the amazing Jillian Tamaki. Idea Generation Oct 19th, 2008 [Below is a handout that for a little talk I gave on concept generation for my class at Parsons. I thought maybe you would enjoy it, since Frank seems to get a great…
LET'S DRAW HAIR!
hospitalvespers: The other day Rose asked if I’ve ever done a post about hair, and I haven’t. SO I WILL! YEAH!! THE BASICS First off, it helps to decide on a head shape. There are six different distinct head shapes; oval, rectangle, circle, square, heart, and triangle. The different head shape can help with defining your character, and also help in finding a hairstyle! Here’s a fairly long...