A little painting demo done at LCAD
Here’s the process. Some of you saw this already when I posted it live. This will be up on DA with my other processes once I put it together properly.
Portraits of Moroccans by Spanish artist José Tapiro y Baro (1830-1913)
here is a list of deviantart memes that are more helpful than our character design teacher could ever hope to be. i wouldn’t say you have to do all of them, or even every thing in each one (switch stuff up a bit if it inspires you to draw a different pose), but they’re all good starting places!
Expressions and Body Language
Not something I’d get asked as often as one might think, but I do get asked this nevertheless. Every other artist that maybe skilled, talented, experienced, etc. get asked this all too often from what I see. The best me or any other artist that isn’t a teacher can give you is just advice. Here’s…
Now that you’ve mastered the basics of drawing, it’s time to begin with the basics when it comes to drawing humans.
Part I: Anatomy
In order to have consistent and fantastic drawing ability, you need to understand structure. In the case of drawing humans, that means…
Free Hi-Res Paper Textures (For both personal and commercial projects!)
So I just found this website where you can make your own seamless patterns for your blog background or for whatever you want to use them for! It’s super handy and they have a lot of cool designs to work with wowow you should check it out!!
Trakoclock asked:Hey, if you don’t mind sharing, I’ve always wondered how you got that soft celling look on your characters in your comic. Any tips? I’m currently working on my own comic and I kind of want to go for a less harsh form of cell shading. Thanks!
A couple people have asked about the way I color things and I’ve been meaning to post a tutorial on it :]. I’ve never been too good at describing my process, but I hope this helps!
oh wow, gankin’ this
John Cage’s ten rules for teachers and students.
He would have been 100 years old on Wednesday.
“Do not try to create and analyze at the same time. They are different processes.”
Another one I saved from /a/.
Did the learn to draw threads die out over there? I wanted to see if there was one up, and nothing!
Robert Plutchik created a wheel of emotions in 1980 which consisted of 8 basic emotions and 8 advanced emotions each composed of 2 basic ones.
Eight Basic Emotions
Basic Emotion ⇄ Basic Opposite
- Joy ⇄ Sadness
- Trust ⇄ Disgust
- Fear ⇄ Anger
- Surprise ⇄ Anticipation
Combination of Basic Emotions (A + B) = Advanced Human Emotions (Opposite Advanced Emotion in Parentheses)
- Anticipation + Joy = Optimism (Disapproval)
- Joy + Trust = Love (Remorse)
- Trust + Fear = Submission (Contempt)
- Fear + Surprise = Awe (Aggression)
- Surprise + Sadness = Disappointment (Optimism)
- Sadness + Disgust = Remorse (Love)
- Disgust + Anger = Contempt (Submission)
- Anger + Anticipation = Aggression (Awe)
I actually had this diagram from my psychology class and I started writing a series or fics based on all the emotions.
But this one is way more detailed I’ll have to save it.
I graduated from art school 2 years ago, here are some things I think I’ve learned. In the words of my current client, Donald Glover: “I’m not saying this thing is true or not, I’m just saying it’s what I learned.”
- “Creativity Is Recession Proof” were the words plastered over the novelty…