broadfields asked you: Could you possibly do a mouth tutorial? Unless you’ve already done so. In that case, possibly pointing me in the right direction? :]
I wash my hands of this. It’s evidence of my piss-poor design skills.
This is why I normally draw skulls first and then a face on top of it.
Of course I would reblog this are you all daft
Sorry for making such a huge post! I was just concerned about some of the bigger pictures being viewable, so I didn’t want to make this a text post…
I got asked for tips to draw legs and arms. This is how I do legs and arms.
TIP 1: Draw curvy and natural lines.
TIP 2: I use the “swimsuit” technique, this is drawing the torso like if the model is wearing a swimsuit, it helps to draw legs thickness as well as knowing the position of the hip when drawing them flexed.
TIP 3: For hands and feet, pay attention to nails. Drawing the nail curve (concave or convex, depending of the angle) will help you drawing the fingers and giving them volume.
For Photoshop, I just use the program’s default wet media, calligraphy and dry media brushes, and Freakshow’s brushes!
Here are the brushes I use! I definitely don’t use them to their full potential so if anyone else tries this out I’ll be excited to see what they can really do, lmao.
I put next to them what I generally use them for.
Crayon 1 just indicates that it’s not the default crayon tool.
And Marker is just an alteration on the default marker tool, it’s not a new one iirc.
Oh! And Brush 4 I got from Marcia.
adding more new brushes I use
Brush 5 will literally pick up the color from where you put your pen down first rather than use the color you have color-dropped, so be careful with that I guess lmao.
more SAI brushes
How To Draw ❀Dresses, Skirts, Bonnets, Hands, and Cuffs
Knees, how do they fucking work.
The first one. With references.
Edit: some people have been asking me if i have any more tutorials, which is why i’m reblogging this again :D;;. Hope you guys don’t mind ^^;