Back to Our Heroines in their undies on Patchwork and Lace! Scandalous!
I laugh and cry and groan every time I see this comic because I just feel it so DEEPLY
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Character Design is using Pinterest, an online pinboard to collect and share what inspires you.
While these are pretty cool, 95% of it can be achieved with just lots and lots of drawing from life and/or photos. The stuff at the link can help you figure out ways of seeing things or a few stylistic shortcuts, but it can’t replace the sheer value of drawing real stuff.
(Source: crispy-ghee, via zakniteh)
The girls have a new and fancy cage liner!
Further adventures of babby Hakelda in Reliquary!
I did a thing for my mom. She liked it quite a lot. :3
the fun thing about basing characters off of music by composers who very often write upbeat, happy songs is that these characters by necessity develop backstories and nuances that completely contradict the upbeat nature of the music they’re based off of and you’re (read: i’m) left standing confused like “why did you become sad”
this is especially disconcerting when the character in question is supposed to be happiness incarnate due to the overwhelming upbeat nature of his associated composer’s work
leave all the darkness to jun her associated composer wrote ripple star catacombs ffs
I don’t think it’s necessary that a person with terrible things in their past will become unhappy. People are often happy or unhappy in spite of their circumstances. It depends a lot more on the individual’s philosophy and mental healthiness than on their past.
And, of course, an author always has control over the characters.
An exciting new Patchwork and Lace page! How thrilling!
I love that some comic artists did a whole artshow dedicated to mocking Roy Lichtenstein
I hate that fucking asshole
Hey new followers!
In addition to writing, I also reblog art and great writing/drawing tips.
This tutorial is incredible if you are a character designer looking to diversify your female characters. Adding weight to a character is not as simple as drawing a simple body and curving the lines; you have to know the body structure to get it right.
I tried the second character from the left “Gwen” and was shocked at how close my sketch came to this tutorial.
A helpful guide for comic artists, character designers, and cosplayers alike.
Tutorial - Curves on Girls by *Ai-Bee
These are cute.
This is a good tutorial, though the proportions are kinda bizarre, so keep that in mind while using it.