Please download for the best quality!!!! Da blurred it a bit
Finally done! Actually already on Tuesday but who cares XD Please note that I taught everything myself and this may be not the right way or the correct way to be said, but this is how it works for me. ^-^ I know there's tons of text, but please read it before asking, I tried to explain as much as I could but the last thing is up to you! I also hope this will help you, feel free to ask if your question is not explained in the Tutorial!
art/Turorial (c) Kyoukaraa character (c) Vocaloid
Please don't repost this etc. also don't delete the (c) I would be really thankful if you would link back or re-blog from my tumblr: kyoukaraa.tumblr.com/post/7144… Thank you so much guys!
Welcome to the second part of my tutorial/step by step, hehe this time it's better drawn since I got more time for stuff~ As examlpes I have drawn Tsutsukakushi from "Warawai Neko" & Madoka, anyway I hope you like it! I didn't have written all stuff again, for detailed informations please look at part 1 I always use Marker/water-tool & ink-pen
Hi guys~ Time passed by since my last tutorial and I thought about it's time to make a new one, since the old one is really bad & people keeped asking me for it (hehe I don't know why) This is the way I draw hair, it may be wrong but I just learned it myself There will be like 3 parts, I will draw different types & color to shoe how I mostly work.
104 Material studies that ive done throughout April. Really feel like ive leveled up my rendering skills a bit as well as expanded my visual library and knowledge of different materials. Some of these arent the best but its been a good way to find out which materials i need to focus on and study more.
I feel like everyone should do these as they are super helpful so ive included the psd template i used, as well as the 104 reference images (not mine, just ones i found online). I recommend looking at several different references though to really nail the lighting and also check out Scott Robertsons' How to Render as its a pretty amazing guide
Download to get the files
Feel free to link me when you're done so i can check them out!
These are some of the things I doodled while trying to come up with cool poses to draw. These are not technical anatomy studies so most of them are probably not anatomically correct. However, I still wanted to share these with you guys, hope they can help inspire you with your drawings
*update* I filtered some poses and made a cleaner lineart version of them
Here is an addition to my Construction Series (I guess its now official) highlighting the bakc view of the female figure.
This follows some of the same guidelines used in "Construction... Redux" [link] and as you can see we have the return of the heart-shape, yet this time it is utilized to draw the butt. As I stated in the other work, the heart shape is used to place the butt on the figure and in this application the tip of the heart originates approx where the belly button would be, if it were the front view and can be drawn/tweaked for your purposes. Be they flat, round, big or saggy, the "heart-shaped hiney" is the way to go!
p.s. I'll fave and or give a llama to whoever knows what movie that I'm stealing "heart-shaped hiney" from!
Sorry for taking so long to upload something again >_< I'm studying a few changes on my style and not enjoying drawing anime overall. I think it'll take a while before I finish anything... Anyway, since I'm not drawing seriously I thought I could share a few of what I know. I've seen many people lost when it comes to folds and stuff like that, so I made these quick tips. Nothing too complicated (Trust me, you do NOT want me making a long tutorial) and yet helpful. As long as you understand how tension points works, you are able to draw your clothes fine. Keep praticing, they will become extremely fun to draw before you know it!