THINGS KNOWN TO MAKE MMD CRASH WHEN LOADING MODELSHere's a list.THINGS KNOWN TO MAKE MMD CRASH WHEN LOADING MODELS11 months ago in Personal More Like This
1. INVISIBLE VERTICES When you load up models and parts into PMDE/PMXE, sometimes some unseen vertices are added as well, and it can sometimes cause problems such as crashing MMD completely when loading the models or causing problems during rigging. The fix is to move your model, but not the vertices. A brilliant tutorial for fixing this can be found here
Another way to do this is:
1) In the Edit bar of the regular window, click Edit > Vertex (V) > Find and select orphaned vertex (F) (This may also be "Select alone (non-reference plane) vertex". Just look for the option with the capital F beside it.)
2) In the Edit bar of the model viewing window, click Edit > Selected vertex (V) > Remove selected vertex and related materials/morphs (R) (This can also be done by pressing Shift+Delete)
2. UNNECESSARY PHYSICS Sometimes when you add new pieces to a model, some of the unnecessary physics remain
Fractal Art: How We Grew UpJust a little story of how the fractal art galleries and, of course, all the awesome artists grew up .Fractal Art: How We Grew Up1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
I couldn´t include all works that deserved to be here, since it would require quite a big number of posts Hope you fractal artists will help to complete it, by writing your own 10 years story feature
So, lets start with...
10 years ago
9 years ago
8 years ago
Indigo Soul by Lilyas Awakening PRINT by Lilyas
gore challenge1. Amputation - http://hekkoto.deviantart.com/art/Gore-Challenge-1-Amputation-455846342gore challenge2 years ago in Personal More Like This
2. Decapitation - http://hekkoto.deviantart.com/art/Gore-Challenge-2-Decapitation-457014601
3. Vore / Cannibalism -http://hekkoto.deviantart.com/art/Gore-Challenge-3-Cannibalism-474775753
4. Piercing / Bodymodification - Gore Challenge: 4. Piercing
5. Mask / Covered eyes / Covered mouth - Gore Challenge: 5. Covered mouth/Covered eyes
8. Undead / Zombie - Gore Challenge: 8.Undead/Zombie
9. Skeleton / Bones
10. Cyborg / Mechanical
11. Conjoined bodies
18. Ball-jointed doll
21. Breath play
22. Torture devices
23. Nosebleed -
My drawing supplies/tools ^^Quite a lot of people are asking me what are the drawing tools that I use. So yeah I'm going to list them downMy drawing supplies/tools ^^10 months ago in Personal More Like This
Sakura Micron multiliner
prismacolor fine line marker
Speedball super black India ink
(it's not even that black (￣^￣) ）
I use 0.1 usually, and 0,05 for details, I think that thin lines makes drawings look much cleaner
White Sakura Gelly Roll pen (they are also good for correcting mistakes if you make a lot like me )
Liquitex white ink
Faber-Castell Classic color pencils
Touch twin brush tip markers
Reeves watercolor, set of 24
(but I really don't use watercolor that often cuz I hate cleaning brushes
Canson XL mix media sketchbook ( 7x10 in )
If u have any questions feel
Need help with your colouring?If you have a hard time finding colours that work together, or need inspiration. I found a colour scheme generator!Need help with your colouring?5 months ago in Personal More Like This
The site generates a colour scheme with colours that compliment or work well together. And from there you can edit them to be darker, brighter, softer, cooler, etc..
This is particularly helpful if you're planning a large piece, or painting. If you are experienced you know that choosing your colours before hand is important for the overall impact of your piece. This is even more important for traditional work, because you cannot edit the colours once they are on the paper/canvas.
The site is Coolors.ca
More tutorials on colour schemes and the rules of the colour palate:
Themes of Horror 26 - 50| Themes 1 - 25 | Themes 26 - 50 | Themes 51 - 75 | Themes 76 - 100 |Themes of Horror 26 - 506 years ago in Personal More Like This
Welcome to Themes of Horror.
Themes of Horror 26 - 50
26) It Came From Space
28) Buried Alive
30) A Visit To The Dentist
33) Infectious Disease
34) A Phonecall
35) "Let's Sew That Up" (Stitches)
36) Being Lost
38) The Woods
40) Abandoned Buildings
41) Insane Asylum
43) Trouble Lurking
44) No Way Out
46) The Walls Are Bleeding
47) Here's Johnny
49) Can You Hear Me?
How to draw eye iris -speed painting VIDEO THANK YOU FOR WATCHINGHow to draw eye iris -speed painting VIDEO2 years ago in Personal More Like This
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List of free, downloadable art programs!Ok, so on Tumblr today someone posted up a list of downloadable art programs that are free! Some of them are just demo versions, but they still have either most or all of the tools!List of free, downloadable art programs!3 years ago in Personal More Like This
I've been messing around with ArtRage 4 and really want to get to know the program. I'm even considering buying it if I like it enough! It emulates traditional media really well without the mess! as;dflka;sfdlk
Anyway, here's a link to the list:
Now go find a program to suit your needs and experiment!
PE: Importance of AnatomyThe importance of anatomy.PE: Importance of Anatomy3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Understanding anatomy is crucial to many aspects of your art.
You'll notice that anatomy is essential for drawing. It becomes difficult to accurately draw a complex pose, or even a simple one, if you don't understand what's under all that skin or fur, or even bark. Knowing how everything fits together is important.
Once you notice where that certain muscle is, shading and form become much more accurate and more natural. Knowing why the nose and eyes fall where they do make it much easier to draw from memory, and nail that natural look you were going for.
Learning the anatomy of the subject you're going to draw is quite important, and will definitely help you on several levels.
It's also easier to drawing sequences of movement. One will know what connects to what, and how they move. What is possible, and what isn't. (Range of motion)
Drawing people and other animals can be intimidating. Once you have a solid foundation, it's much easier
Animution TipsI feel like making an animution tutorial, so everyone can animute!Animution Tips4 years ago in Personal More Like This
But I'm lazy. So you can have some small tips in journal form instead.
Tip One: Frames
'amg ur animution is so smoof wai can't i animute lyk u??'
Which animation looks better? 1 or 2?
Well why don't people animate like 1 then?
Frames! Add as many frames as damned well possible! Surely it's obvious what the difference is?
Don't make a cycle with 8 frames
Make a cycle with 16!
Does a bit of your animation look choppy? Add some inbetween frames!
Onionskinning, I do it all the time. (What's onionskinning? This!)
The reason one animation looks smoother than another is always down to the number of frames.
The framerate I like to use is 0.07 seconds.
That's 12.5 in Flash, 70ms in GIMP and 7 in Fireworks.
You should always stick to one framerate throughout your whole animation.
Nothing going on in your animatio
Tutorials!Tutorials!8 years ago in Personal More Like This
Over the years I have produced a range of tutorials on artistic use of the computer. Most of them concerns rather general concepts and can hopefully give something regardless of which program you are using or even be of some interest for traditional, non-digital artists. Some examples of my art can be found in the gallery.
That said, to get the most out of these you should know that I mainly use the open-source image manipulation program GIMP. I also work a lot with the painter program MyPaint. These are both very powerful programs capable of great artistic expression. Being open-source programs, they are both legally free to download and use without any cost. They exist for many platforms, including Linux, Mac and Windows, so they are worth trying out if you haven't already.
The tutorials listed below tend are (ver
How to Mirror Motion DataStep 1: Load up a model with the motion data you want to mirror.How to Mirror Motion Data5 years ago in Personal More Like This
Step 2: Click "copy" below the frame manipulation window.
Step 3: Click "delete" below the frame manipulation window.
Step 4: Click "revers" below the frame manipulation window.
The motion data should now be mirrored.
If you are still having trouble mirroring your motion data, if you have any idea on how this tutorial may be improved, or if you would like to request a tutorial please feel free to comment.
Side note: Sorry I have been soooo inactive. I actually forgot I was part of this group I'll try to be more active from now on. Also I will be posting the models I have done over the next few days (that way you don't get spammed).
White Roses for an Eternal BondThere is a song, White Rose of Athens, sung by Nana Mouskouri, and with its haunting lyrics, it was one of my mother's favorites. "So goodbye my love till then Till the white rose blooms again" I had been living in Athens Greece for six years, and it was from there that I sent my mother the first gift of white roses as a "Mother's Day" gift. But I sent it on my birthday. In my early twenties, I came to the realization that my birthday was not only about me being born on that day. The special day was also about my mother, who had given me the most wonderful gift of all... life! How can it be that Mother's Day and Birthdays have been so unnaturally "separated?"White Roses for an Eternal Bond4 years ago in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
White Roses for an Enternal Bond
May 13, 2012
There is a song, White Rose of Athens, sung by Nana Mouskouri, and with its haunting lyrics, it was one o
Themes 100 - 124Hello, and welcome to ThemesofHorror.Themes 100 - 1245 years ago in Personal More Like This
Thanks to ClassyNaru, Themes of Horror now has an extra 100 themes for you to pick and choose from. All other categories will be available as well. Please enjoy!
103) Double jeopardy
104) Haunted house
106) Bloody Mary
109) Black out
111) “Did you hear that?”
112) Public Phone
113) No petrol left
114) Deserted town
115) Crazy cat lady
118) Friday the 13th
119) Oujia board
120) Inverted cross
121) “Who’s there?”
123) “Sticks and stones may break my bones.”
| Themes 1 - 25 | Themes 26 - 50 | Themes 51 - 75 |
4 Artists and Their Journeys4 Artists and Their Journeys3 years ago in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
Sept. 5, 2012 by techgnotic
“When I left high school, I had all my plans to go to college, but I had no money. And I decided then, the best thing for me to do is not worry about getting money to go to college — I will educate myself. I walked down the street, I walked into a library, I would go to the library three days a week for ten years and I would educate myself. It’s all FREE, that’s the great thing about libraries! Most of you can afford to go to college, but if you wanna educate yourself completely, go to the library and educate yourself. When I was 28 years old, I graduated from Library.”
— Ray Bradbury
So spoke the recently departed Ray Bradbury, a seminal (possibly the seminal) American fantasy & science fiction writer. Today, aspiring sci-fi and fantasy writers study his novels and short stories as their core ed
PE: The Impact of Color1. - WHAT IS COLOR?PE: The Impact of Color3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Color is the aspect of things that is caused by differing qualities of light being reflected or emitted by them, as received by the human eye and processed by the human brain. It is a function of light and biology, not an exact science, no two people can see it exactly the same.
The human eye and brain together translate light into color. Light receptors within the eye transmit messages to the brain, which produces the familiar sensations of color. Newton observed that color is not inherent in objects. Rather, the surface of an object reflects some colors and absorbs all the others. We perceive only the reflected colors. Thus, red is not "in" an apple. The surface of the apple is reflecting the wavelengths we see as red and absorbing all the rest. An object appears white when it reflects all wavelengths and black when it absorbs them all.
"Colors are the deeds of light, its deeds and sufferings."
(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
Naruto's plz iconsNaruto's plz icons2 years ago in Personal More Like This
UPDATING ~ All plz ICONS are made by nattouh
Do's and Dont's of Digital PaintingDo's and Don'ts of Digital PaintingDo's and Dont's of Digital Painting2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
The possibilities of digital painting and digital art in general are almost infinite. There is basically nothing you cannot do as long as you just know how to approach it. Yet an abundance of programs and tools has both advantages and disadvantages. Knowing what to favour and what to avoid can be both a huge time saver and help you sidestep frustration.
What we will focus on in this article are some basic tools and techniques of digital painting; we'll try to root out pitfalls and see how to avoid them. Mind that all of the points mentioned below aren't rules carved in stone; there are always cases where breaking the rules can be much more fruitful for a certain effect than following them too strictly. With time and practice you will gain good judgment over when to follow the guidelines and when to leave them aside.
Note: Names of certain tools might vary depending on t
Story Making, Tips and Advice. (tl,dr) Part. 2This journal is dedicated to helping those who have trouble with making characters and stories that go with it. Or probably some advice to those who could be blinded by the grip of having a Mary-Sue/Gary-Stu character that isn't all that interesting as you think it is. Through out this journal I will create bullet points on how to make and interesting story/history.Story Making, Tips and Advice. (tl,dr) Part. 24 years ago in Personal More Like This
Disclaimer:: What ever advice or tips that I give isn't telling you HOW this SHOULD be. There are other methods you can go about this, this isn't he only way at all, merely things I've learned from my own mistakes as well as what I've learned in my classes
So you want you character to have an original story, huh? Or you want to find a way to bring whatever concept you have in your head to life, right? Or maybe you don't have a story at all and just a character that floats in space forever doing jackshit. Stories are what MAKES the character who they are, they are what makes the character much more interesti
Character Making, Tips and Advice. (tl,dr) Part. 1I'm sitting here trying to put off work eating a chicken burger and staring at my computer with no physical intent to be productive, though mentally I feel like I can finish everything in one day.Character Making, Tips and Advice. (tl,dr) Part. 14 years ago in Personal More Like This
In all reality this has all been wondering through my head for the past couple of weeks and after seeing other people take a hand at giving advice to people, maybe I can shed my own tips and words into this complicated fortune.
This journal is dedicated to helping those who have trouble with making characters and stories that go with it. Or probably some advice to those who could be blinded by the grip of having a Mary-Sue/Gary-Stu character that isn't all that interesting as you think it is. Through out this journal I will create bullet points on how to make and interesting character.
I will make a part 2 journal about making stories and give a tiny lesson on 'The Hero's Journey'.
Disclaimer:: What ever advice or tips that I give isn't telling you HOW this SHOULD be. There are other
PE: Decorating Your ProfileCommunity WeekPE: Decorating Your Profile3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Your profile page is the first thing people will see when they click on your name, so it's very important to leave a good impression! This article will provide some useful tips and tricks for both premium and non-premium members who want to convert their profile into their own, unique page. First off, some Do's and Don'ts of profile decoration:
Use dA's profile widgets-- there are lots of great options to chose from
Show off some art (that's what people are here for!)
Express your personality through colors, stamps, gifs, etc.
Add so many images that your profile takes forever to load
Use garish or headache-inducing colors
Make text difficult to read with dark backgrounds
While many widgets are restricted or locked for non-premium members, there are still a variety of great widgets that you can add to your profile, even without a membership.
Advice for people who want to go to art colleges!Let's talk college applications, folks.Advice for people who want to go to art colleges!1 year ago in Personal More Like This
So you want to go to an art school? The three things you're probably going to need to worry about most aside from academics and expect from most colleges are essays, letters of recommendation and your portfolio!
I have a class in school right now called Independent Senior Mentorship that everyone in my grade is supposed to take, and in the class we have to choose a career field we want to go into and get a mentor to teach you about that field (For anyone wondering, I choose animation and I got the CEO and Founder of Frederator Studios to be my mentor). The other requirement of the class is that we have to do a bunch of college research and get all of our applications turned in! So I've been going through a lot of different colleges and seeing if I want to apply and here's what I found. (Keep in mind, before this school year started I did next to no college research)
Art colleges will probabl
Legacy of The LensMar 22, 2013by techgnoticLegacy of The Lens3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
A study in artistic diversity, Bernardo Medina embodies the renaissance spirit of the consummate artist, always inspired and inspiring artists around him to create and capture the rhythms of life and beauty in a