It’s a full circle with good stories
These are my characters for my story! I did this on a tablet and smothered the lines using sai. Good night guys!
In BUDAPEST, the thrilling trilogy starts! Spies and Agents!
wait no, I actually just wanted to draw some stockings haha
VOLSTAGG I TRUSTED YOU TO TAKE CARE OF THE CUTE PIE
also, are vintage advert graphics the best, or the best?
xraymadscientist points out that lucy does have brown hair in the movie.
Indeed she does, friend!
Speaking of hair color, here’s a short story about Lucy coming into the conclusion above through hirsute ponderings.
I love this book.
and the movie was perfect!
for the color buff, you may notice, Lucy, the one in green actually has a slight different color, because the green bg made the colors beside it look sickly.
It was the best of times, It was the worst of times
Hi guys! and hello new guys! whew I am going to sleep right now!
maidmer, mermaid, marmad, mormer,
are equally dangerous as the next.
BFFs Sharing a story
No don’t lick my face you roach-killing beast.
Did you develop your style on your own or did college contribute to this style owo?
Hi anon, I will admit, my style came from my interests rather than in college as my college was not focused on drawn arts.
My observation is that there seems to be a certain values that the school exalts. When I look at drawings from students and graduates from animation school for example, they generally seem to favor dynamic lines and stylized shapes. Styles favored by the animation industry. I think this is also true in art movements (ie. impressionist focusing on light, romantics in emotion).
I conclude for myself that ‘style’ is developed through ‘taste’. Everyone has one. You know what you like and what is favorable to you and what colors you like and from your ‘taste’ you try to combine all the things into your ‘style’.
I guess the answer is Yes, you can develop your own style by looking at things you like. and Yes college can also have a role in developing your style.
I am also sleep deprived so please take it with many grains of salt.
I love the cut out shapes! and how the short-handiness of it makes it poignant. it is really vague but this is about Sleipnir and Loki during the events of the Thor movie.
Hi Prima guys! I finished this from the simple workshop demo I did last saturday.
You can download the PSD to fiddle around with and I wrote the steps on how to paste a lineart into a layer mask.
It’s a divided basic layers of a digital paint for fun and education!
Addenum: Whoops! the 3rd instruction should say “select the mask layer while pressing down ‘alt’”. Replaced the file.