Section One of Part Three! Some interesting approaches to wrinkles in clothing.
I know a ton of you have been waiting for this one. Teaching you to make your own plastic keychains!
To start off, I think the biggest question everyone has is what I use to make them. I work with shrink film. You might be familiar with Shinky Dink brand shrink film as a kid. I use…
And I found this very helpful just by looking at it. I was never good at coloring gold.
Gold is tough. This is awesome.
gif of the painting process:
Sorry this was so darn long D:. tried to make it as short as possible. I’ve been asked quite a few times on how I paint before now, and I’ve never made an actual tutorial until now. Hope this helps clear some stuff up :).
Painting tutorial: get some fucking oil paints and fucking paint on some canvas you bunch of bastards
….what is wrong with you?
here, I do oil paintings too (this is unfinished):
It’s great to do traditional, but there’s nothing wrong with digital, and there are ups and downs to both mediums, so sit your ass down, and if you don’t want to learn this, then leave it for those who want to learn digital mediums.
semi realism lips!
tits tut part 2 this time about small boobs because a different person asked for one
Heads by Em.
How I pratice drawing things, now in a tutorial form.
The shrimp photo I used is here
Show me your shrimps if you do this uvu
PS: lots of engrish because foreign
When you are designing for 3D print there are two main factors that you really need to take into account before you start.
- What application to design with
- What material you are designing for
In this first introductory session we are going to look at choosing the right type 3D modeling software.
There are now many 3D modeling applications you can use to 3D model your designs to 3D Print, ranging from very expensive professional engineering software, through to free online tools to get you started. Choosing the right software is an important first step in ensuring you can realize your ideas with 3D printing.
Read more on the Shapeways Blog
Great Tutorial on Crocodile Stitch….
i’m gettin real tired of these
oh!!! this is so nicely layed out… thank you! 8v8!!!!
How to Draw the Head from Any Angle
simple reference tools make a great amount of difference.
Today I gave my students a quick presentation on some of the basic considerations for composition, which I am now sharing with you! I’ve given them separate talks about color and tonal value/contrast, which are also super important compositional concerns. (I’ll be sharing those presentations too once I properly format them)
I personally love learning about different compositional techniques. It’s fun to think about the ways that the brain views & sorts images, and how we can trick it into feeling a certain way or looking at certain aspects of an image first! It’s easy to fall into compositional ruts (which I am also guilty of) because a lot of art gets by with mediocre, though serviceable, compositions. If you can generally understand what’s happening in an image then it’s generally fine. However, it’s the truly great compositions, where everything in the whole image has been considered and ‘clicks’ together, that bump up an illustration to a visual slam dunk. NC Wyeth is one of my favorite artists for this reason: his compositions are rock solid, varied based on the image’s intent, and always enhance the mood or action he is depicting.
For extra reading, some online compositional resources that I’ve found helpful or interesting include:
Creative Illustration by Andrew Loomis (download it for FREE. Such a great book all-around.)
Gurney Journey (check out the “Composition” tag, but really everything he posts is great)
The Schweitzer guide to spotting tangents
Cinemosaic (a blog by Lou Romano with some truly WONDERFUL compositions captured from various films)
Where to Put the Cow by Anita Griffin
A solid breakdown of the fundamentals of composition, complete with examples!