Yue asked if I could give some tips on how I draw poses from different angles/perspective. Since I’m really bad with words I figured it would be easier to illustrate it in pictures.
You probably realized that my guidelines follow a “ball-joint-doll” style; basically everything is broken down into simple shapes like sphere, cylindrical, cone etc.
Depending on the ‘angle’ I want to draw the poses in, I imagine how those shapes would look in a 3d environment. Sort of like how objects would look differently when you pan the screen to a different view in a 3d software.
However, I honestly think a more accurate way of drawing anything perspective would be to use the proper rules of perspective (1-point; 2-point; 3-point). To be honest, I myself am still learning about how to use vanishing points efficiently… so I’m afraid I can’t give much guidance on this subject.
Regardless, I still hope you find this brief tutorial useful!
The sheet above shows Milt’s character designs. I like the loose skin under his chin and in the back of his neck, which provides opportunities for sqash and stretch. Milt loved working on scenes with Edgar, because his personality called for strong emotions, from deep frustration when he finds out that the cats will inherit Madam’s fortune, to gleeful excitement, when he believes that he has successfully gotten rid of the cats.
That particular situation is explored in these sketches by Ken Anderson, who came up with fun ideas that show Edgar in a self-congratulatory mood. - Andreas Deja
you guys are apparently really into chubby moonkin so here’s a newer one….. god help me
(spoiler: it’s transparent)
The reason why Cecil’s tattoos aren’t my headcanon is becouse from 0 to eternity I suck eternity +1 at drawing them D’:>
I’ve seen my share of “fake geek girl” shaming, and just thought having a Fairy Gamer Momma to come to the rescue would be nice. I know they exist, I’ve met plenty who are amazing and could beat my ass at any version of Mario Kart. Give the Gamer Momma in your life a big hug! :D
Hey look, someone made a comic about my mom lmao
This is a 14 page story I’ve been working on for the past couple months (which is why there’s been a slow down in updates). I hope you like it, I worked pretty hard on it!
THIS IS SO GREAT
A bunch of LEGO drawings I’ve been working on this past week at midnight to help relax. I love everyone and they’re so much fun to draw! Bad Cop/Good Cop remain my favorite.
Click on the images for a better view!
Assassin’s Creed Scholastic AU: It’s on 13th of March [24/29]
I’m lazy at backgrounds, geez!
One of the many great things about Some Like It Hot is that it totally recognises what it’s like for women to be objectified. The first time you see Sugar, it’s that iconic pan-up jello-on-springs shot, where she is just The Object. But Jerry and Joe almost immediately learn what it’s like to be the object of sexual harassment. And Jerry, who here wants to be “a bull again”, by the end of the film has embraced his Daphne persona and realised that femininity isn’t just something to be either objectified or rejected.
tl;dr this film says more interesting things about gender and sexual politics than most media today.
You don’t know how much I love this movie.