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May 11 2018

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waalkr:

light, light!

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waalkr:

sunday update time? sunday update time

May 10 2018

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waalkr:

Go Kiki Go!!!

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waalkr:

painting

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waalkr:

playing around ~

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waalkr:

sunny explosion

May 09 2018

20:44
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waalkr:

POCKET CAMP

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waalkr:

Kingdom New Land is 👌👌👌👌👌👌so good✨

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seiyoko:

friday night tutorial time

this post is massive but i tried to cover both the conceptual and technical side, hopefully it’s somewhat coherent

continued under cut

Keep reading

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waalkr:

rainy mood

00:36

May 08 2018

22:46

nightmaze:

beerfridgeaesthetic:

sidneyia:

charlieslowartsies:

timelord-named-the-artist:

charlieslowartsies:

when you don’t do a warm up and go straight into lineart and your hand does the thing

Thats a sign of inflammation of the wrist called carpel tunnel . I had surgery because it got so bad I couldn’t draw anymore.

Yikes D8.

That’s why it’s so important to do stretches and draw with your whole arm (ok, arguably hard with a tablet versus a big gorgeous easel) and etc but I forgot today bc I am a moron and it was great

?????

people warm up to draw? like… how?

not an artists but climbing hand and lower arm exercises;

trying to find more and better diagrams for other stretches but yeah it’s super important if your gonna be using your arms a lot.

Adding this important video for all the artists out there, take care of your hands ♥

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paranoodle:

friend asked me for some advice on drawing animal ears so i whipped up a thing to help :O

this is split into a photoset so feel free to click and zoom in in case it’s hard to read (if it’s still hard to read, sorry about the handwriting)

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jovaline:

campaignagainstcliche:

Oh, hey, here’s the thread I wrote on my twitter! Advice for getting started drawing backgrounds~ :)

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sjaisling:

Hey art guys, here’s a tip: Reverse storyboarding.

Watch a movie that you really like the art or composition of, and whenever the camera angle, viewpoint, or characters actions/interactions change noticeably, pause the movie and draw a little sketch of what you see. It doesn’t have to be gorgeous. This is just for you. Get down the layout of the composition, the placement and gestures of characters, or the lighting or color that is used to make that particular moment in time express that particular moment in the story.

You don’t have to pay anyone to teach you to do this. You are paying yourself forward. Your future art self will thank you for taking the time now to study masterfully created compositions, gestures, light/shadow, and settings/scenery. Think of how much your own compositions, gestures, use of light and shadow, and settings and scenery will improve!  

And plus you get to watch a movie you love.  <3 

01:12

Note to self

girlandgeese:

Stop thinking: “I’m not talented enough to execute this concept.”
Start thinking: “I’m going to be a stronger artist when I’ve finished this piece.”

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May 07 2018

02:24

batcii:

ok maybe this is just me but the notion people have about needing to develop a drawing “style” is so misguided like. getting stuck in a style is one of the biggest problems I feel like I face as an illustrator??? ?

like first off, everyone naturally has a style. it’s like handwriting. you can improve upon it but you don’t need to “find one”, you already have one. secondly, especially if you want to be in comics/animation/illustration, being able to draw diversely is rly important??

styles are just using different symbols to represent something in a simplified manner (for instance, when I draw a nose it isn’t what noses look like in reality, but it translates as a nose to the viewer). but if those symbols aren’t developed out of a real world knowledge of things like anatomy/light/perspective etc., they will inevitably limit you as an artist. like, there is nothing wrong w having a style, as I said, literally everyone has one, but I just. don’t get why this seems to be what people are concerned about “achieving”.

idk I guess what I’m saying is; if you are worried about not having a style, don’t. you already have one, and it’s probably limiting you. focus on consciously improving your drawing practise and try to work outside of your comfort zone as much as possible. (is advice I should give myself more often.)

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prinnay:

MerMay is on! Here’s a Rainbowfish

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