Photomanipulation combining 3 separate images, one of an old chapel door from London, England, another of Bury Parish Church, and an African penguin. I would like to thank and dedicate this quirky piece to a couple very talented deviants and cherished friends, thank you for providing me with constant inspiration
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I was looking for Zuko tutorial and haven't found any, so, as it always happens, I made one myself So many people draw Zuko, some do it fantastically, but many more would love some help (including me!!! )
*drumroll* So, I proudly present my first ever tutorial!!!! I had to do this mega huge research, practice - and here it is, after a few hours, step-by-step explanation of Zuko's portrait It actually really helped me even in the process!!!
Apart from showing how to draw Zuko, I also included some useful general drawing tips on character construction, lineart, shading etc.
For full body and expressions you can use other tutorials, there's a lot on DA. As for Zuko's other face angles, posture and emotions - I might do another tutorial later I also recommend this [link] amazing Zuko's wardrobe reference by DressUp-Avatar.
Hope you find my tutorial helpful! If you use it for your fanart, please leave me a link so I could see the result
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If you have any questions regarding this tutorial or vectors, feel free to ask in the comments! Also, I you noticed any errors, please, inform me. I will try to fix them, if possible. I hope, you will find this tutorial helpful and easy to understand.
Law : This tutorial was made by Hawk9mm DO NOT reupload / redistribute / change in any way this tutorial or any of its part. "My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic" products/arts belongs to Hasbro Studios, DHX Media's, Lauren Faust and all respective owners of this brand. KTurtle's MLP Color Guide is used with the permission of MLP-VectorClub Software used: Inkscape and Gimp
Part 3 - physics. So we begin from stars and planets (part A) and then continues talking about breaking laws of physics (magical rules are also laws of physics by default).(part B). I just understood that for the better explanation i'll need particular topics.
Special thanks to several astronomy forums, Google and Astronomy Picture of the Day for pictures and information.
========================================= Little Introduction:
I need to say that creation of a believable world is a hard thing. It took me several years and a lot of research to understand how it should be done. But fear not! I'm going to share what i've learned with you. So why world creation is so important? Let's start from a fact that your characters doesn't just sit/run/do something else in the middle of nowhere. BAD or POORLY WRITTEN setting will kill your story even if the plot is good. Also remember that sooner or later your readers would like to learn about world of your character(s) so you must be prepared to answer their questions. ======================================== If you have some question - feel free to ask.
======================================== World creation guide will include next parts: 1. genre - [link] 2. world type - [link] 3. physics - you are still here (other part of the same subject: [link] ) 4. climate/terrain - [link] 5. flora/fauna - part A: [link] Part B: [link] Part C: [link]; Part D: [link] 6. race(s) (including relationships with other races and inside one race) - Part A: [link] ; Part B: [link] ; Part C: [link] 7. culture (including relationship with an environment, daily life, language, gesture and etc) Part A: [link] Part B: [link] ; Part C: [link] ; Part D: [link] ; Part E: [link] ; Part F: [link] ; Part G - [link] Part H: [link] 8. education 9. architecture 10. religion (or lack of it) 11. technology (science and etc.) 12. a bit of economics (money and etc) 13. political structure (government and etc) 14. jurisprudence (system of laws since they aren't always related to culture). + Common mistakes and bad ideas from all parts will also be included.
World Creation Guide (C) Me, Picture of Saturn by Nasa