How long after arriving at someone’s house is it appropriate to ask for the WiFi password?
a series of stupidly gorgeous collections
↳ özgür masur fall/winter 2013
Henry and Olivia are one of my favourite FE:A pairings. I loved their conversations and how their relationship developed.
I bet Olivia later taught Henry how to dance (like she did with her son). Hah, they’re too cute for words.
someday, together, we’ll shine.
!! Woah guys! Pixelovely’s new tools are finally out, one for hands & feet, and one for faces!
There’s now 429 photos of hands & feet, and 314 photos of faces. Dang!!
This is super cool news and I certainly can’t wait to start using them haha
Check out Pixelovely! I usually start my drawing day by warming up with the figure drawing practice sessions.
40 brushes with realistic watercolor effects - no added textures, overlays or filters are required. Simply choose a brush and start painting.
Three Tumblr users who reblog this post will be selected as winners on Sunday, March 23rd.
2 days left.
(Sorry this is so long, tumblr won’t let me un-indent all the things without messing the hyperlinks up BLUH. So press J to skip.)
I just went back through over 900 liked posts and dug out all the art tutorials so i can keep track of them. I guess this might be helpful to some of you guys, so here you go.
Some of these were gutted from posts where the original was deleted and so can’t be linked to in the masterpost list - especially one by Tumblr user melkh who has since either deleted or changed their url, so props to them.
Here we go then!
Alchemy - this is a really fun program. You play around making abstract shapes until you start to see something in them, kind of like a Rorschach test. Then you use the shapes as a base to draw it from.
MyPaint - a pretty decent painting program that also has the benefit of working on Unix systems.
openCanvas 1.1 - I haven’t used openCanvas in years but it was a nice program with a pretty unique feel to it.
ArtRage - Only used this a couple of times donkey’s years ago just before I got oC, but I’ve heard good things about it.
The GIMP - In a similar vein to Photoshop, but free. I couldn’t get on with it when I tried it out a few years ago, but it’s pretty popular and is available on Unix systems and Macs.
Photoshop - Standard painting fare. Probably the most flexible program (particularly the latest versions) but not designed to act in a “natural” way. If you’ve used it for painting versus something like Painter you know what I mean. Who the fuck pays for it though? Google “Photoshop tumblr masterpost” and take your pick.
Paint Tool Sai - Far more affordable and definitely worth paying for if you can. The brushes are very decent (especially when they’ve been tweaked a little), the gui is simple and intuitive, and I dare you to find a program with which making smooth lineart is easier.
Corel Painter - My program of choice for most things. More tools than you could ever possibly use and pretty cheap on a student license, providing that you can prove you’re a student! It’s got a few bugs but if you want realism or a more natural feel than PS or SAI this is the program for you.
heads from different angles
anatomy and rotation of the head
human anatomy for artists
speed drawing studies
arm and wing movement
beer bellies body types
box and egg/run of the stroke
a trick for armproportions
anatomy of the waist
hands and forearms
gamut mask tool (very nice!)
colour does not have to suck
5 easy ways to improve your colouring
fucking gradients, how do they work
light and shadow
achieving a painterly look in SAI
colour scheme designer
kuler (more colour schemes)
portrait lighting cheatsheet
Other peoples masterposts
art e-books (mediafire download)
even more e-books (including human anatomy, animal anatomy, cartoons, animation, composition, design, scenery, perspective…)
Andrew Loomis’s books
the art of drawing
cutting edge anatomy