thatonegirludontknow:

thatonegirludontknow:

Wooo!! Happy 413! Have some bouncing kids!
Phew, made it just in time, with about an hour left where I live… (Also, this doubles as my belated 1000 follower thank you. <333)

I see this is going around again, just in time for upd8 day!

thatonegirludontknow:

thatonegirludontknow:

Wooo!! Happy 413! Have some bouncing kids!

Phew, made it just in time, with about an hour left where I live… (Also, this doubles as my belated 1000 follower thank you. <333)

I see this is going around again, just in time for upd8 day!

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johnnybooboo:

i wanted to try something different;;;; so test run with tsubasa!!

thanks for keeping me company in the stream xx

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deliverusfromsburb:

Ok guys. Here goes. I am going to attempt to divert concern from Dave Strider, who the fandom seems to think is marked for extra-special death, to John Egbert, who actually might be. This is based primarily on character and thematic readings, which of course may be interpreted in different ways by different people. As you know, I am not Andrew Hussie. Thus, I obviously could be wrong. I don’t know what’s going to happen or what is intended. But allow me to make my case.

First of all, it would make no thematic sense to kill Dave forever.

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jicheshire:

Vent sketch before bed. Rei was always my favorite child.

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starkinglyhandsome:

dollygale:

captain-raptor:

best thing i learned working with and learning about kids: when they do shit like this, especially to something they themselves use and enjoy, leave it there for as long as possible. let them return to the fun thing over and over again so that it sinks in that the thing they did was wrong, they ruined something, and now they can’t have fun because of it and they should never do it again. it teaches them consequence of action and cautiousness.

i did this with a 3-year-old kid i babysat who filled his playstation with peanut butter before i got there, just every time he went back to it and asked why it’s not working, i opened it and pointed to the peanut butter stains and said “you did that” and he says “yeah”, “will it work like that?” “…no”, and when he got it and promised to never put anything but games into a game machine again, his parents bought another and he kept his promise. it works, even at that age.

this was a long and unnecessary rant but so many times i’ve seen parents IMMEDIATELY replace their kids’ toys/electronics that they destroy over and over again and i’m just like NO THEY’RE NOT LEARNING ANYTHING THAT WAY 

they also don’t learn from being thrown into fires

yeah but they’re quieter that way

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guronenko:

bug boy

guronenko:

bug boy

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sunsuma:

cool guy.

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upsidedowntenors:

day 10
i didnt do one yesterday, i wasnt feeling well.  this makes up for it though, right?  right?  part 1 of 2, bet you cant guess what part 2 is
ref

upsidedowntenors:

day 10

i didnt do one yesterday, i wasnt feeling well.  this makes up for it though, right?  right?  part 1 of 2, bet you cant guess what part 2 is

ref

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kloysius:

aelfgyve:

kloysius:

First off thanks!!! I tried to make a tutorial but it ended up extremely vague and more of a step-by-step of a headshot i drew today for this purpose whoops;;;

This is one layer but If it’s a complicated drawing then i’ll draw it out and line it with a thin brush with no pressure sensitivity, and then bucket fill the shapes on separate layers, usually 1 layer per character and one layer for the bg.

I also might do color adjustment layers and merge them down as I go but I got lucky this time and didn’t have to make any adjustments. 

I work on one layer but every 30 minutes or before I begin a new stage (hair, the eyes) I’ll duplicate that layer and paint on the topmost one. This way I can check to see if I over-rendered by hiding the top layer. If i over-render or mess something up, then I have that back-up layer that I can go back to and start that part again. 

Some additional things:

  • lost edges are where the edge of a shape bleeds into the other without any visible separation between the two. If you don’t need an edge consider getting rid of it for a more painterly look
  • The very very darkest shadows on skin are almost always warm. Even if the light source is cool, the nostril will be a warmer color than the rest of the skin.
  • warm light: cool shadows
  • cool light: warm shadows
  • Vary the hue here and there with little flecks of bright colors that harmonize with the local color of the object to make things pop
  • If the background is dark, draw a very thin orange or dark pinkish line where the skin meets the bg. This is called a corona and will make the skin look like it’s glowing
  • you don’t need to use pure black AND pure white in the same image every single time
  • The eye is drawn to hard edges, so use them where it counts!! 
  • Read Richard Schmidt’s Alla Prima for more of this kind of stuff. I got most of these ideas from that book 
  • and proko’s youtube channel
  • ps that’s makoto 

That’s all I can think of right now!! 

Can I just add that if you’re using Photoshop, and you’re like me and your hands are too shaky to make neat lasso lines…

  • Go to the paint brush tool and press ‘Q’. Now paint where you would draw the selection. It will come out as a transparent red. You can erase it with the eraser tool if you paint the red on somewhere you didn’t want it. It acts exactly like the normal paintbrush tool, with pressure sensitivity, fuzz, and opacity.
  • Now press ‘Q’ again. The canvas inverse of the areas you painted will become a selection.

Much easier than trying to draw smooth lasso lines. And you can use ctrl+shift+I if you want to invert it so that the areas where you painted are selected.

This also works wonders with a soft brush for scanned or photographed lineart if you have a dark area that needs lightening up with curves.

A good tip!! I didn’t know you could do that in Photoshop but it looks like it’ll be extremely useful. After reading this I checked to see if Manga Studio has anything like that and I discovered the Selection pen, which does basically the same thing. 

You can use this technique for feathers or scales or an armpit or anywhere you need a sharp edge without lines!! 

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dymx:

Because everytime I look at papabay's NejiTen art, it does something to me ;A;

dymx:

Because everytime I look at papabay's NejiTen art, it does something to me ;A;

fictitiousfanfare:

A properly human Bill Cipher as opposed to the somewhat-vaugely-not at all human form he tends to wander around in. To think I wasted my first ever gif on this twerp.
Drabble to come once my writers block stops being a butt and cooperates with me.

fictitiousfanfare:

A properly human Bill Cipher as opposed to the somewhat-vaugely-not at all human form he tends to wander around in. To think I wasted my first ever gif on this twerp.

Drabble to come once my writers block stops being a butt and cooperates with me.

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