A tutorial (sort of) on how to make characters look different from each other without adding tons of bizarre markings and jewelry. This doesn't just have to apply to cats, it's just the first thing I picked because I have an easier time with them. How a character looks a lot of the time adds to the characters personality, because of how they are treated and how they are perceived by the other characters. Hope this helps a little bit!
requested me for me to help her out with anime, i guess.. i don't take requests, but i've never done tips so i figured, why not?
now this isn't HOW to draw anime, but they are basics you should know about it. the anatomy is relatively similar to real life, but it's still a bit different.
you can download it and do whatever you want, and you don't need to credit me when using it. however, i would LOVE to see what you've learned from this! [if learned anything at all xD]
anyways, i'll type it out in case you can't really see it. anything that is missing or you have a question about, feel free to ask!
-Anatomy- The girl's anatomy and the boys are very different. while the girl's is curvy throughout, the boy's body has no curves and is "triangular"
-Eyes- I prefer to draw the face first. When you draw eyes first, sometimes it's difficult to draw the rest out. it comes out crooked and what not. anyways, again, when it comes to anime, the girl's eyes are softer, cuter, and bigger. in contrast, the boy's eyes are narrower, and more mature looking. boy's eyebrows are closer to the eyes too [in some cases]
-Hands- same with the eyes. girls = softer xD
-Feet- For feet, it doesn't really matter. you can make the girl's feet look "softer", but that's really up to you.
hope this helps!! ^^
EDIT Oh GOD only now do I realize how some parts are just so off... Ignore the feet advice omg gomenn
i get asked for blood drawing tips a lot and so i just drew this for someone on muro and figured i might as well upload it! i'm still planning on doing a big proper tutorial with both traditional and digital tips but maybe someone will still find this useful... it's a very simple guide, just the main two types of blood patterns i tend to do And the one thing i see so many people doing wrong! never use a really soft brush to blood! even when it soaks into clothes it's never going to look so neat and blended.
You can also make some parts of the blood darker to make it look better, and put shine on drips
that being said! there isn't one right and wrong way to draw blood, the more you practise the more likely you'll be to find a way that works for you
I'll scrap this when i make a proper tutorial!
Here are some pics with finished up blood if you want to see how i do it more detailed.
So I've had some people ask me how I draw my dragons, so I've made a simple tutorial. I hope some people find it helpful If anyone wants me to do one of something else then feel free to ask and I'll see what I can do I've also done an anatomy study which I find quite handy if anyone wants to use it as a ref- Ive also done a sketch using this technique in some different poses
Instead of coming up with a tutorial, I came up with guides and tips and stuff haha!
People have been asking me for a tutorial on how I do my art or how I draw, and this is what I came up with! Most of these are stuff I do out of habit or stuff I learned on my own. Some are stuff I learned in class which I think are really important when it comes to composing your figure. I'll be adding more tips in the future, so be on the look out!