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frommajo:

lasupremadictadura:

truebluemeandyou:

DIY How to Dress Your Shape Infographic from IGIGI.

this is so awesome because usually the model for the type is super skinny but this I can actually use God bless.

I love that it complements each and every body type they talk about, and dont just say that they should have a hourglass figure and that they need t create the ilussion of having a hourglass figure. 

typette:

eehn:

I did some anatomy. Full view to see my tiny, tiny notes.

it’s always hard for me to remember this so, reblogging for everyone else like me :C

THIS GOES TO ALL THE LITTLE ARTISTS OUT THERE

camacaileon:

Volavarn and I have collected and hoarded these, in order to make good use of them one day. Now we decided to share them, so all of you could use them too:

Color Pallet Generator

Textures

Clothing References/Costumes

HD Movie Screenshots

People and Animals - Classes

Muscles and Bones

Anatomy - you have to log in with your google or facebook account though

Concept Art

and always rememberimage

have fun :D

onisuup:

repeating pattern tutorial | example of coloured tile 

photoshopfornoobs:

Cool Mixer Brush Techniques for Photoshop Painting

An interesting technique for the mixer brush in Photoshop, picked it up from Mathias Verhasselt, a fantastic artist who works at Blizzard. You should follow him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mverhasselt/

Presenting the magic of the mixer brush from PS CS5 and upwards. Sadly CS4 doesn’t have this feature. A very interesting video which gives a great deal of insight into industry methods. These are tricks and shortcuts to painting normally. As always, it’s best to have a firm understanding of the basics before you depend solely upon these methods.

fromasloth:

helpfulharrie:

Source: JaneMere

WOWOWOW

wannabeanimator:

Flash FX Animation: Water Splash Tutorial

animationtidbits:

Frozen - Jin Kim

fucktonofanatomyreferences:

Another superb fuck-ton of head angle references.

sweetmotherofbuckets:

showmeyourcolors:

suddenlyapples:

chyldea:

glasmond:

simonist:

Forest Interior tutorial by dpaint

Here is a way to organize the complex information of an interior forest. This will work no matter what your rendering style happens to be. Whether you are an impressionist painter like me or a realist, the basic building blocks for the picture are the same the only difference is how far you want to carry the finish. This photoshop demo is based on a traditional painting I did a while back.


The challenge is to arrange the information to give you the illusion of space where no horizon is apparent. Forest scenes work best when you use clearings to establish a foreground or middle ground to help divide space in the scene. It doesn’t matter if you are painting jungle or alpine forests the abstract qualities of design still apply.


It helps to visualize the anchor points of the composition first. These objects will have the most detail and can be flagged or spotlighted for greater effect. They will give your eye a place to go in the image allowing you to use areas of less detail as counterpoints.


I always start with large areas of color keyed to the average for that mass this helps to unify the shape. I set up the different layers and work between them to balance color value and shape. Once these are established to my liking I begin to develop and refine the painting adding interest as I go.

fuckedi fick fuck 
I so need to try this

*eyegasms*

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jesus!

Reblogged for Sai. ;v;

creepus:

Anonymous asked you:

Hey, is it okay if you like do a tutorial on trees and shrubs? PS: I looooooove your art and tutorial they are just soooooo wonderful, inspiratonal, amazing.

aww thank you so much!! ;v; haha well I don’t know a lot of trees so here’s two I actually know lmao, oak tree and pine tree I will go study more tree names when I have the time ohgosh _(:3 7 hope it helps!

(Source: erebun)

cedrichohnstadt:

If you’d like to order an ebook version of the Pose Drawing Sparkbook, I’ve now added a PDF option! You can also order bookmarks printed on the front and back with drawing tips from the book.

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My upcoming book, the Pose Drawing Sparkbook, will officially launch at the CTN Animation Expo (November 15-17, 2013). If you’ve already ordered a copy, either through my Kickstarter campaign or on my Sparkbook storejust stop by my table at the Expo and pick up your copy. Otherwise, as soon as I get back from the trip I’ll start mailing out pre-orders.

I’m having bookmarks printed containing drawing and acting tips from the book. These are sturdy 2 in. x 6 in. bookmarks, printed in full color on the front and back. Everyone who ordered a physical copy of the Sparkbook through my Kickstarter campaign will automatically get one when the orders are filled. The rest of you can pre-order them from my Sparkbook store.

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The Sparkbook is available both as a physical book and as an ebook. I had resisted making the ebook available as a PDF, limiting the choices to Kindle, Nook, and iBooks. After getting feedback from my backers and doing some more research, I’ve changed my mind and decided to make a PDF option after all. If you have already placed a pre-order and would like to change it to a PDF, just contact me and let me know.

Hundreds of people have pre-ordered the Pose Drawing Sparkbook, and I can’t wait to ship them out. See you at the Expo!

darrencalvert:

Some of the slides from my color shading/rendering lecture. 

Free education!

Virtual Lighting Studio

"The Virtual Lighting Studio lets you light interactively a portrait with multiple lights and see their combined effect. Choose between simple bare strobes, ring lights or softboxes to model the mood of your portraits and find out what lighting equipment you need. Use it freely as a learning tool for photography, painting, cinema or CG scene lighting… or just have fun and play with it!"

http://www.zvork.fr/vls/

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busket:

Working with a mannikin frame from Figure Drawing For All It’s Worth by Andrew Loomis