Also check out the rest of their Tutorial gallery section for more tutorials about skin!
Thanks to reflectuousechoes for telling us about this tutorial!
don’t remember if I’ve reblogged this or just liked it, either way have some skin painting tips.
(incidentally, anyone know of any good ones for darker skin?)
Mostly reblogging because I realize the ball with scars / veins is very strange indeed!
*looks at watch* oh would u look at the time
its johndave o’clock
IF ONE MORE PERSON REBLOGS THIS ADDING SOMETHING ABOUT HAMMER TIME I WILL COOK AND EAT A CHILD
Come at me bro.
hello, i drew this picture maybe… 2 months ago? I’m not sure, but this is the most ‘complete’ drawing i have i guess, and i know the anatomy is terrible.
i’m not sure if you’re still fixing the anatomy of submissions, but i’d be very happy if you could help me with mine!
(I don’t know their names so I am calling them Yellow and Black now)
The anatomy is not terrible! I’m actually really charmed by Yellow’s head and face hahaha
Ok, here’s a trace of what you’ve drawn here, idk it might give you some ideas to see it stripped down like this:
The first thing I see is that you’ve set up a perspective on the plane of the ledge they’re sitting on, as indicated by the placement of Yellow’s knees, but this perspective is far more dramatically from-above than the rest of the drawing. this is just supposition on my part but it may be that you drew the heads and torsos first then when you got to Black’s legs you subconsciously tried to avoid doing foreshortening so the ledge ended up leaning more forward that it should
(also remember the outside of the foot is flat, it’s the inside that has the arch!)
Here’s my redraw
but of course they’re not supposed to be nakie so:
I can’t tell how their clothes work from this cause I don’t have a ref sheet so this is just basics. Also I could probably make 12391840123408 posts about clothing and folds but I don’t want to right now so I’ll be brief in explaingin this one: the main job of folds in a drawing is to describe the underlying form, and even baggy clothes reveal the form underneath. there are multiple types of folds and each are addressed differently but the sleeve of Black’s sweatshirt thing is a good example of two different types in one place. the first type is drop folds, this type of fold has an origin point from where all the folds move outward (and usually down because gravity) from. here the shoulder is the origin, because the fabric is being pulled over it. the folds often continue on to wrap around the object they’re covering (in this case, they wrap under the armpit) so pay attention to that. farther down the arm, all the excess fabric piles up in spiral folds. these folds don’t really have an origin and they’re harder to fake so for these I just suggest you make your little sis/bro/someone wear a shirt that’s too big for them and sit them down in front of the TV while you draw them. also keep in mind folds don’t just END abruptly, there has to be an area where they flow out into the larger mass of the clothing, indicated here by the softer hatched line
ok that wasn’t as brief as I’d hoped but anyway if you wanna know more about folds here’s some extra reading: info about various types of folds from barbara bradley, who is the patron saint of the illustration department at my school and basically wrote the entire clothed figure drawing curriculum
Had to get this outta my head. Kankri is a little shit but hey, I can dig it.
I animated this up quick after seeing a music video about an hour or something ago and I had to see my vision realized
poorly resisting urge to do the rest of the burners now.
FUCK YEAH TEXAS
It’s a “listen to Renai Circulation on repeat” kind of night.
its renai circulation night again
silly boys way to just press your faces together i mean seriously
you should actually…
make out for once