Tutorial - How to Paint EarsWhats up guys, first vid of the year is going to be...... AWWWWW YYYEEAAHHH how to draw ears!! lolTutorial - How to Paint Ears2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Here it is, let me know if you have any question!
BERSERK Timelapse Art.Tribute to Berserk!BERSERK Timelapse Art.1 year ago in Personal More Like This
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Animal Chart Directory +Any Chart requests?Feline Charts:Animal Chart Directory +Any Chart requests?4 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Please note that completion of the charts is highly dependent upon whether or not there is an availability of stock images for the subject. I prefer not to ask for permission for images as I had done with the Tiger Chart because it took a few weeks to clear with every original photographer.
-eastern grey squir
PE: CSS3 101 - Transition AnimationsPE: CSS3 101 - Transition Animations2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Table of Contents
This article has four main topics:
- Works in dA for All Members
- Doesn't work in dA for Premium Members
- Works in dA for Alpha Testers at devBUG
What is a Transition?
This time, I'll explain with an example. Let's take this awesome emote by jahw.
When I see that emote, I'm imagining it saying "CHAAAARGE!" and running forward! So I want to make the emote do that, but instead of opening it up in Photoshop to animate (which I'm not allowed to do anyway since it's not my work), I'm just going to add a simple code that will do the animation for me! Hover over the emote below to see this magic in action!
LIVESTREAMING OVER! Drawing Nose - 3.25.15WATCH THE STREAM HERE!LIVESTREAMING OVER! Drawing Nose - 3.25.154 months ago in Personal More Like This
The Hour and a Half stream begins at 2 PM CST (-5GMT)
Artist: Tim Von Rueden (vonn)
Do you smell that? Smells like ART KNOWLEDGE! This week Tim will be talkin’ about noses! The nose can get rather complicated when turning the head but no worries we are going to give out the nose knowledge to help out. So lets get our fingers out of our noses, and get ready to soak up some serious sniffer studies. As always come in and hang out even if you don’t have nose questions! We are gonna try hit even the random questions as well!
**For those not in the US - remember we are starting an hour early on your side due to us already going through daylights savings time!**
And remember, we have a livestream every
Challenge, Improvement and MotivationUpdate!Challenge, Improvement and Motivation1 year ago in Personal More Like This
There's a bunch of challenges run by yours truly over on the small but growing, honest but lovely forum permanoobs. Everyone is welcome to join and learn together! Go here! http://forums.permanoobs.org/viewforum.php?f=5
Most importantly though, check out all the awesome sketchbooks O___O http://forums.permanoobs.org/viewforum.php?f=3
Some of you might remember the old days on conceptart.org when everyone would post all the things they drew every day and kick each other's butt and give critique and get motivated over seeing how much everyone around you would be improving. For the last years, there hasn't really been a place to get that kind of motivation any more.
I made a small forum to rekindle that kind of helpful atmosphere. It's a really small community, just for posting practice work and getting critique from others. A bunch of great people are already there posting their daily stuff and kicking each other's butt. Obviously I'm there too, updat
Skin Copic Marker TutorialSkin Copic Marker Tutorial5 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Hi everyone! I'm back from the previous Black & White Tutorial! Here's a tutorial with skin colors, almost the same concept, but a bit different. (sorry if camera quality is really bad, it was night time)
Finished drawingCopicsCopic colors E00, E11, E13, R20EraserWhite pen
Always, Always start with the darkest copic (E13), in case you don't have the blender copic (which I don't, I find it kind of useless.) This depends on where the light is coming from, which for me, its coming on the right side. Use the chisel tip for the edges, since the brush tends to spread a lot.
From then on, you can use E11, a little more, and then E00 for the slightly lightest part of the skin, and R00 to the side of the cheeks.
Hopefully your skin will look like this! If you have a dark skinned character, you can use E18 as the darkest, and
Necks for anatomy practiceI need to see loads of examples before I can get something. So here's loads of necks doing the weird necky things that necks do.Necks for anatomy practice3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
To get what's going on with the tangle of muscles and tendons catch necks in action. Watch people in cafes. Pause TV. (Buffy the Vampire Slayer has particularly good lighting for drawing.) Then check out how cartoonists simplify the confusion. Maybe even check out some anatomy to see what's going on beneath the skin. Each gives you a different piece of the puzzle.
Organized by where the head is relative to the shoulders, then by where the camera is. So each group should have the same muscles and tendons bulging out. (If you post drawings from any stock here, do check the stock artist's rules.) NOTE: Images marked with ⬅ are NOT stock. Use them for practice, but don't post. (There's only one image marked since there's so much great stock.)
If you stumble across good neck stock, especially with good shadows, I'd l
Tutorial with audio with a lot of PS TechniquesHi everyone! here is a [link] to my newest video tutorial for this image. I am explaining various techniques that are really useful for beginner, intermediate or advanced photoshop artists. thanksTutorial with audio with a lot of PS Techniques2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Its 5 hours long, real time and it has audio explanation of my techniques. check out this trailer for more info [link]
Massive Photo News and Tips - July 13thGun in your luggage may save your photo equipmentMassive Photo News and Tips - July 13th3 years ago in Personal More Like This
mushroom splash time lapse (video)
the back side of model releases
Mike Irwin infrared photography
HDR sky time lapse
Fire: Using multiple exposures
The 5 classical portrait lighting types
10 tips to get started in photography
How to remove a stuck lens filter<
Dark Photo-manipulation TutorialsDark Photo-manipulation TutorialsDark Photo-manipulation Tutorials1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Deviantart is filled to burst with tutorials that will satisfy the hunger in any budding dark photo-manipulation artist. When fallowing a tutorial, if you want to get the most out of it, make sure to mix, match, experiment, and make it your own. Look past what a tutorial is and start looking at what it could be and you'll be creating people's nightmares in no time!
Light and Atmosphere
Tutorial Light and Mood (Photoshop) by nova63 Day Into Night Tutorial (PART ONE) by SteveWackenKing
Making Ghosts (tutorial) by zummerfish Disintegration Effect Tutorial by zummerfish
Allpose: *Last* last call for booksIf you ordered books from me, they should be going out within the next 5 days.Allpose: *Last* last call for books3 years ago in Personal More Like This
SORRY IT'S TAKING SO LONG!! USPS raised their rates for people outside the US and I have to make sure I have shipping for everyone in one action. Thank you everyone for your patience. I love you all. (it's true)
I wasn't able to get rid of these books as easily as I was thinking...so I still have them.
I'm running low on the couples books but I still have plenty of the rest.
I'm open back up and would really like to sell them all. Please! 8D
They're super useful and I really want to see people use them. So stop by the store!
The USPS did away with surface to air shipping overseas. That means I, unfortunately, have to charge an additional $40+ to anyone outside of the US (except for Canada, I think). So be aware of that.
How is everyone doing, btw? ...school started and everything else!
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A Crash Course in Slam PoetryThere are ten days left to submit to the Louder Than dA Bomb submission folder. With that being said, I'm putting out an article that offers some tips and quick solutions to problems a poet may be facing when writing their slam poem. But very quickly, I would like to address a stigma surrounding submitting "great" work to contests.A Crash Course in Slam Poetry2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
I'll keep this brief. The world is not set to your pace. Or anyone else's really. Everybody's just trying to keep up. This line of thinking can't be taken to the publishing industry (for those that would like to publish) or anywhere else for that matter. Applying the thought to your art or literature that unless it was created under certain circumstances is to not take your work seriously.
If you don't believe you can write and read a slam poem in ten days, I'm here to tell you different and to tell you the ins and outs of slam.
Slam Poetry 101
Slam poetry works the way it do
Tutorial - Coloring with Gradient MapsHey guys! it's been a while! Been super busy with some really exciting stuff but that will come later!Tutorial - Coloring with Gradient Maps8 months ago in Personal More Like This
For now, here's a tutorial on how to colorize a greyscale painting using gradient maps, something I do quite often!
Hope you like it
3 tips to create sci-fi designsHarro harro!3 tips to create sci-fi designs1 year ago in Personal More Like This
I have a new workshop for you guys! Nothing super fancy but those are the things I think about when I paint so here they are, sharing is caring right?
Deviousness Award saayyyyyy wwwhaaaaaaatDeviousness Award1 year ago in Personal More Like This
I'm in Japan on vacation right now so I don't get to check in on my websites too much but I did just now and noticed I got a ... a Deviousness award :0
:0 :0 ;0
It especially means a lot since I owe so much to DeviantArt. I can sincerely say I owe my career to this website, its thanks to them I've had job offers who led to me working in the video game industry at a pretty young age, thanks to them I've gotten magazines to notice me and commission workshops, thanks to them I was able to find smaller gigs early on and so much more. I've met awesome people here, constantly find new inspirations and best of all, am able to share with others my passion for art.
My life would be quite different without DeviantArt.
SO, A MASSIVE THANK YOU!
Here is a tutorial on shading while we're at it
Cheers from Kyoto!
Ten Tips for Nature PhotographersThis article came about after a deviant specifically requested that we write ten clear, simple tips for Photographing Nature. Troubleshooting articles and information can be very useful, but sometimes breaking it down into manageable memorable chunks is so much easier. So without further ado please enjoy our Ten Tips for Nature Photographers!Ten Tips for Nature Photographers2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
1) Get into your environment
Yes, it's rhubarb. To be a true photographer, you must be at one with rhubarb.
When we talk about photographing Nature, we don't necessarily mean wide expansive rolling landscapes. Whilst they contain any number of elements that are nature focused and made up from natural resources - Nature Photography is about getting into your environment and getting up close and personal with these elements. So think of it like you are Photographing the components that make up that beautiful lan
Resources For Artists: Tutorials from Youtube 1Tutorials from YouTubeResources For Artists: Tutorials from Youtube 12 years ago in Art Features More Like This
There are many places you will find resources to help you with your art. From deviantART's own vast resources, tutorials, stock images provided by artists to your public library, bookstores, art sessions to name a few. YouTube is one such resource hub. From live video which explains materials and products you would need for your traditional or digital artwork, to painting demonstrations that are live to 'speedpaints', they offer various ways audio-visual medium and such a large diversity of artists help with getting help you need. You are encouraged to find more and browse more to research, study and practice.
This Resources for Artists is the 3rd in the series of the article, and the 1st chapter for the YouTube resources list. If you have any links to amazing tutorials, video demonstrations, YouTube channels that you are aware of, do share them below in the comments and they will likely appear in the next series. You are welco
A Copyright Briefing (New Updates 3/5/13)I am not a lawyer. I do not know everything there is to know about copyright law and cannot assist you with legal matters. I have studied copyright extensively and written many DMCA Takedown Requests for myself to successfully get the illegal use of my work stopped. This article is in no way comprehensive. It does not include 100% detail on copyright laws. If you want more information or just want to browse more of my writing on copyrights, please go here.A Copyright Briefing (New Updates 3/5/13)2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Copyright and "Theft"
Why sharing can be illegal.
There is quite a bit of confusion about copyright law, the DMCA, fair use, de minimus, etc. And rightly so. I always try to give people the benefit of the doubt when I come across what appears to be a "theft" issue. Even people in the United States, the home of the DMCA and one of the strongest supporters of
Using PaypalHey guys!Using Paypal3 months ago in Personal More Like This
In case someone is still having troubles with using Paypal, here is a quick 4 STEP TUTORIAL about how to send money properly to an artist, when they are not sending an invoice! You can reblog or use this image on your own if you want!
Its just a little bit extra attention which helps our work GREATLY thus helping you get your commission sooner! So pls pay attention, help your loved artists and enjoy the arts!
How To get PublishedOr be Satisfied when You Aren'tHow To get Published2 years ago in Literature Features More Like This
A Beginner's Guide
Poetry publication is awash with literary magazines, internet journals, print-on-demand presses, vanity presses, indie presses, and major publication houses. So many options! It's a lot to navigate. But before we delve into the 'How-To's,' it's important to understand the 'Why.'
I'm talking about the the Big Why, the biggest WHY after 'Why write poetry?' Which is, of course, 'Why are you publishing your poetry?'
"BECAUSE!" I hear you shouting.
But that's not the best answer. You'll be happier, or at least more content with the results of the following advice if you understand your motivations behind the urge to publish. What specifically do you hope to achieve?
How to Succeed in Poetry Without Really Trying
If, for example, you want your poems out in the world, in a place people might read them; if you want to be able to say that you're a published poet; if you're not feeling great a
tutorial sketch advice thingThis is more advice than a tutorial. It's like... a sketch of a tutorial. Mostly because I feel like the word 'tutorial' is kind of presumptuous, at least if I use it; I'm not trying to insist my way is the right way! (And also because I don't have nearly enough examples/pictures yet. ) This is some of what I've learned over the last several years. Also some basics, because I can't go into any more detail until those are covered. Mostly focusing on color.tutorial sketch advice thing2 years ago in Personal More Like This
And some of it, if I had learned (or paid attention to it) sooner, it would have sped up my progress. So hopefully it could work as shortcuts for people, if you hear anything new... or as inspiration... I'm not saying it can't be done other ways! But this is what I've found works for me. If you've already found a technique that works for you--congratulations!!
Now, I may be among the least-qualified people to address background-painting techniques, but I can at least share what I know in regards to color
Color Theory resourcesHello all! I am very excited that the skin tutorial is finally going live. Hope you all find it useful. Thanks for being so patient.Color Theory resources6 years ago in Personal More Like This
As I mention, knowing your color theory and anatomy is vital to painting skin well. Someone has already asked for resources on color theory, so it seems logical to post this list in a journal so everyone see it:
Color theory tutorials on the web:
Phil Straub : Color Theory Simplified http://www.imaginefx.com/02287754332297800669/colour-theory-simplified.html
fredflickstone @ conceptart.org : Color Theory 1 & 2 http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=17837
Henning Ludvigsen : Color Theory http://www.henningludvigsen.com/index.php/main/tutorial_text/050_ifx_tutorial_colour
Socar Myles : A Practical Guide to Color http://tutorials.epilogue.net/principles/a-practical-guide-to-color-for-artists
Eugene Arenhaus : The Color Gray ht
Journal Jan 26 2015In this we look at world building and how it affects story, as well as look at some new sketches! I also mention my plans moving forward with 5th Capsule to begin in February 2015Journal Jan 26 20156 months ago in Personal More Like This
I post almost all my new stuff on Instagram now! please go there to keep up on my new stuff!
http://instagram.com/omar.dogan.5/ I've posted over 20 things there not on dA!
Take care guys, I am going to try and make the next 75 pages of 5C with your help!