Glitch tutorial!because furbsuit asked me for one! uwuGlitch tutorial!2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
I hope it helps!
1. You need a draw.
Ill be using a old one of cake!
2. Save/Export it as BMP! This is important, if you dont save it as .bmp the glitching wont work!
3. Now that you have your .bmp file open it in WORDPAD, yes the normal text editing program!
4. And after you opened it in wordpad it will prolly look something like this:
5. DONT CHANGE ANYTHING!
Just click save!
4. And after that, your picture will look something like this:
And that's it!
If you want a different glitch version just open A COPY of your drawing (bmp) and drag a picture or gif file into the code!
How to make easy peasy animationsI will not be providing support on this program anymore. If you have any questions, please check here: emofurihelp.tumblr.comHow to make easy peasy animations6 months ago in Personal More Like This
a tutorial on how I made this....
Disclaimer: I don't speak an inch of Japanese. Everything here is
based off my experiences, what I've learned from others, and my own
System requirements: I don't have an official translation, so this is
based off Google translate.
- Windows Vista and up (including 7 and 8)
- DirectX9 (it's fine if you have a newer version of DirectX.)
If you don't know what DirectX is, you probably don't have it. You
can get it here
- Japanese system locale
Beyond this, I don't know what the specific requirements are. I will
update this if I find them, though.
Tutorials and techniques 2It's time to refresh the tutorial journal! Added some new ones and removed those which, after some time, I found a bit misleading.Tutorials and techniques 22 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Below you'll find a list of tutorials I personally think of as the best on dA. If I have any problems with painting something I usually take a look at one of those.
Is there anything you're having troubles with? Need help looking for a good tutorial? Or maybe you'd like to see a video walk-through of me painting something?
I'm open for suggestions for what kind of tutorial/walk-through you'd like to see from me. If you're interested in anything, post your suggestions in the comments!
Poses, composition and perspective
Expressions and emotions
Colour theory, selection and mixing VS light
Blending Tutorial by acidlullaby :thumb146178
Rooke's Character Building ExerciseThis was something I came up with when I was bored yesterday, and it turned out pretty fun. So you're welcome to try it.Rooke's Character Building Exercise1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Something very important to storytelling is creating unique, realistic characters who have thoughts, dreams, goals, and impressions all their own. Sometimes creating characters can be difficult if you don't know where to start, or if you can't seem to break out of certain stereotypes with your characters. So I made this little exercise in character building, just as a jump start to creating some random, interesting characters.
First, we have our two columns - TRAITS, and ROLES. A trait is an adjective. A role is a job or a "purpose" a character has. Most good characters have complex purposes and roles that they fill, far more than a single all encompassing word. But you can use these as starting points to creating characters.
What I did was make a list of 32 "traits" and "roles", whatever I could think of off the top of my head, that could be applied to stories of
Warrior cat name prefixes and suffixes list!In case you warrior cats fans need help coming up with names for your own clan characters, use this list of all the prefixes and suffixes used in the Warriors books (although I made some of them up myself).Warrior cat name prefixes and suffixes list!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
I hope this was helpful!
How to Create Brush in PS!...in this week's tutorial!How to Create Brush in PS!1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Was super busy last week so couldn't do a video, but I'm back this week with lots of things to show, so stay tuned
A Sta.sh TutorialSta.sh can be quite daunting indeed.A Sta.sh Tutorial2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
I am writing this tutorial in st.ash..
Titles + Headers
You want to create some
Well, you have options.
First, you're going to look at your tool bar that is near the top of your screen. Do you see it? Good.
Note: The red circled things are important.
Then you are going to click the tT Button there. It will hover this menu:
So that's nice. But you want want emphasis sometimes? Like: This kind of emphasis.
Since you're so busy shouting at people, you
Do It Yourself Christmas Gifts! * - R E T R O V I N Y L B O W L S - *Do It Yourself Christmas Gifts!1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Ive never been a fan of, ya' know just buying some random gift to a person because you didn't know any better! I like handcrafted stuff made from the heart, even if it just takes 20 minutes to make it's fantastic because.. you made it, you took your time to make a gift for someone you love.
Uh, anyways!! I just wanted to share something wonderful i discovered. It's a bowl made of a vinyl records! Well i made some of them, well 2 i guess. Just find some old vinyls at your thrift shop ( recycle shop whatever ) and buy some of those, i have no idea how expensive or cheap if i might say that, they are but here in Denmark it was about $1,50 for an old used one. Pick a random one of maybe something in the music taste of the person you're gonna give it to! I didn't take picture of when i made it but i can just tell you people.
'So a bowl huh, how's that possible?' well, take those
Tutorials- 'What are this??' REVEALEDEarlier, I presented to you a mysterious looking folder with the words [TOP SECRET] plastered across its cover. Many of you speculated the meaning of such an object. Ranging from a "center for ants", a "magic unicorn that shoots death beams" to.... a .PNG image!Tutorials- 'What are this??' REVEALED2 years ago in Personal More Like This
But today all is revealed what the deal is with this thing as the contents of the Folder have spilled all over my computer!
"Business Dog; Business Files" is my personal folder full of all my secret Photoshop knowledge I have acquired over the years and stored in my Top Secret brain!
I speculated a couple of weeks ago a series of Mini-Tutorials created by me, and have since been gathering ideas of what you wanted to see. And I am happy as hell to share them with you
These tutorials will be broken up into three separate categories:
Tech Talk: Will be covering general Photoshop techniques, painting techniques, effects, anything else Photoshop related
Tool Tips: Will specify individual tools,
Tips & tricks for better arting Decided to edit and update this for my new watchers, hopefully this will inspire you guys somewhat <3Tips & tricks for better arting3 years ago in Personal More Like This
This is something I've wanted to do for a while... just a compilation of everything I've learned in the past year that I've been arting. Dunno if it'll help anyone else, but here's some organized rambling for you.
Finding Inspiration and Resources
This is a huge thing that so many artists struggle with. Inspiration comes and goes all the time and it can be so frustrating when you feel like you have all these ideas in your head, but you can't get them out. It may be because you don't think you're a good enough artist to pull your vision out of your mind and share it with everyone else. Or maybe you're just so stressed by life things that you've artblocked yourself. If you're feeling down about your artistic ability, keep in mind that everyone starts somewhere. YOU CAN'T GIVE UP! I remember a while back, I was doing some studying on Terryl Whitlatch's
10 Tips On How to Get Your Adoptables SoldIt's Intelius here, The Pound's Co-Founder.10 Tips On How to Get Your Adoptables Sold2 years ago in Personal More Like This
I just wanted to let everyone know that I have completely rehauled the folders.
I've touched the names up, cleaned them up entirely, and basically just spent a lot of time on it.
Now I'd like to share with you a few tips on how to get your adoptables sold faster and just general things you should know.
Here we go.
1. Number your adoptables
Labelling your adoptables 1-whatever makes it a lot more easier for viewers to buy. It's not fun having to say, 'oh i'd like that one with the green and the blue and the heart and yeah'. With numbers you can quickly just say, 'I want to buy 4!' and be done with it.
2. When an adoptable is bought cross it out or put sold in the description.
Don't keep your buyers in the dark on whether or not an adoptable is taken. Make it easier on them and they'll be more prone to buy. Keeping your description neat and short is also a big plus.
3. Be polite.
No one wants to deal with a mean deviant. E
FAQ♥Art related♥FAQ3 years ago in Personal More Like This
What program do you use?
Paint Tool Sai, Get it here or if that doesnt work, here
What size canvas do you work on?
I usually work on 2000x2000px, although I never use the whole thing, most drawings are cropped to roughly 1000x1000px in size. I recommend using a canvas bigger than what you want to draw!
What Tool do you use in SAI?
Here! I have no advanced settings, this is almost default. My stabiliser is on, any setting is fine as long as it's smooth!
May I use your artwork for my project?
Yes you can, Only, please let me know first.
May I use your art as an Icon?
Of course!! You don't need to ask.
Do you mind if I colour one of your sketches?
Go ahead, I rarely ever say no! Please show me too!!
How to make a Plush pattern biggerIf you get or make your plush patterns online and need to make them bigger, you can use this website http://www.blockposters.comHow to make a Plush pattern bigger2 years ago in Personal More Like This
It will print it out on sheets that can be taped together then cut out.
Hope it helps anyone that needed this. Its why I make my patterns so small then latter blow them up bigger with this website lol.
Appreciation and some advice for beginnersI have had this journal in mind for quite a long time, thinking I will find a time to write it down after I find a job (so that I can give 'advice' as a professional ). I've been less active in the past weeks since I was on a probation in a game company and I thought I would make it this time, unfortunately today I was told I have to go back to job hunting again. Anyway I'm not gonna wait any longer since some of my fellow deviants have been asking for advice for a long time.Appreciation and some advice for beginners1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Before I start – my apologies if some points in this journal are not clear because of language, I am not a native English speaker.
I'm not giving these advice as a professional or an elite artist (I hope I was!), just sharing my learning experience and some personal understanding of conceptual design and arts. Please ignore or correct me if I got things wrong.
Ok. Some related information about myself – I studied computing at university, in my final year I found myself really lack of interests in programming or
Eng-Ita TUTORIAL: make simple Utau original songsENGLISH: Since I received some questions about how I made my original song ( www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lG93-gUXwc&feature=youtu.be ), I decided to write this tutorial. This method is very rough, but can be used by everybody.Eng-Ita TUTORIAL: make simple Utau original songs9 months ago in Personal More Like This
(Making this kind of songs will not make you a musician, it is just for fun and for starting to learn some music's elementary features.)
What do you need:
- Vocal Synthesis Tool UTAU and a bit more than a basical knowledge of it (I'm writing a full Utau tutorial on my DA group "World-of-Synthesis")
- Linux Multi Media Studio
(These are all free programs, if you own other ones like Vocaloid or FL Studio you can use them too)
Step 1: the vocal part
1) First of all, you have to write the lyrics of the song. Use your inspiration to find the first words and their melody.
Divide them in "stanza" and "chorus". Count the number of syllables of the lines, then write at least an other stanza and, if you want, an other chorus with the
reminder: RULES (update nov 26th)Here is one page for everyone to see our new rules.reminder: RULES (update nov 26th)2 years ago in Personal More Like This
This is a group for the people who actually put some effort into their adoptables. That means:
Submissions to the "featured" folder will no longer be accepted!If you want to submit into "featured" to advertise yourself let me know (note).
Maker-adoptables [designs made with help of a flash game] will not be accepted!
Using linearts will be accepted, as long as they are unique coloured. Linearts, that are coloured once and filled with different colours (all adoptables do have the same markings) won't be accepted!
[Bullet; Yellow][Bullet; Yellow]Give credit if you use linearts by other artists! otherwise you are an art theft and will be banned!
[Bullet; Green] [Bullet; Green] [Bullet; Green] Submit to the correct folder! If you submit to the wrong folder or into the featured folder several times, &
Tips for Starting Commissions I was thinking about my last journal, where I asked why everyone and their cat wanted to sell commissions so badly. I recieved some really insightful answers.Tips for Starting Commissions7 months ago in Deviant Events More Like This
I also had a lot of people asking me "How much should I charge for my work?"
I'll add a Disclaimer right here in front, as for whatever reason, something always offends someone :iconstunplz: . So I'll start off by saying, this is just my personal journal, and I'm just one person who has some experience with this. I'm not making a judgment on who should sell what, just writing some things I have personally learned along the way.
Well that's out of the way :iconyodawgplz:
So most artists starting off go through a period of confusion on how to price work. They get a lot of suggestions, or theories from well-meaning people such as:
"Artists always undervalue themselves. Don't charge less than minimum wage per hour"
This is true, and I agree. However, unfortunately,
[GUIA] HTML no DAAve! :iconkittydividerredplz:[GUIA] HTML no DA2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Talvez você já saiba o que é HTML, o código utilizado para que as páginas de internet sejam exibidas pelos navegadores. Mas você sabe o que você pode fazer com o HTML no DA? É claro que há uma limitação, você não pode utilizar todos os códigos existentes de HTML para fazer alguma modificação, pois isso poderia "quebrar" a página entre outras coisas ruins. Por isso, alguns códigos são bloqueados, mas há outros que você pode utilizar para deixar seu texto mais bonito, seja em um journal, no note, nos comentários, na assinatura... Mas saiba que, mesmo assim, há alguns códigos HTML que podem ser usados no DA que não funcionam em alguns lugares. Por exemplo, você pode inserir uma imagem em um journal, mas não pode fazer o mesmo em um comentário.
Vamos ver quais os cód
PE: Importance of AnatomyThe importance of anatomy.PE: Importance of Anatomy2 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
Pumpkin Carving - How I Does It.So the question I'm always asked is how I do my pumpkin carvings. When am I gonna put out a tutorial. Well the truth is I'm way too lazy for a fancy step by step tutorial, and I'm not sure how good it would be if I made one, since pumpkin carving is a pretty hands on thing. But what I figure what I can do it post a little guide on what tools I use so that others can experiment and come up with some great pumpkins on their own this year.Pumpkin Carving - How I Does It.6 years ago in Personal More Like This
As a bit of a start, I point you in the direction of Zombie Pumpkins: http://www.zombiepumpkins.com/index.php They've got a great tips page that will detail most of everything I could explain in detail here, so I'll just refer you there. They've also got a great selections of patterns for a minimal subscription. I do a few ZPs a year as you've probably seen.
So... I present the guide on how I does it!
1 - The Patterns.
These come before the actual pumpkins, so I know what general shape and size I'm looking for. My personal style tends to be something th
Project Educate: Fight Artist's/Writer's BlockArtist/Writer's block is the worst nightmare for writers and artists! Because of this, many artists and writers quit! Writer's/Artist's block is usually only temporary, but it can be long too! Here are some ways to fight writer's/artist's block!Project Educate: Fight Artist's/Writer's Block1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Find a place or situation that inspires you:
Yes, you've all probably heard this a lot of times, but it's true. Finding places that you like can inspire you to do more art/writing! That place doesn't have to be quiet, it can be a huge city bursting with life and sound! Places won't only inspire you, but so will situations. Taking a walk around your city or even you neighborhood can inspire you. Try going to special events that take places. See how people interact! Just like a place, these situations don't have to be happy or very community-like. Sometimes bad situations can inspire artist's/writer's to express their feelings through art or writing.
Pull up old ideas:
Artist's/Writer's usually throw the majorit
Some Fine Ass Tutorials FeatureSometimes people ask me how I do stuff. Or I feel like I want to convey a thing to someone I'm critiquing. And I will link them to the tutorial that helped ME. I have a whole FOLDER on my computer dedicated to tutorials and I flip through it regularly. I'm going to share some of my absolute favorites, and ones that made me go "YES GOOD" and jump up and down because they explained things that I am not good enough at explaining things to write down! Okie dokie.Some Fine Ass Tutorials Feature2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Lets start off with two tutorials by :icontamberella:
The first one is about shading. Its a rundown of TONS of things to keep in mind. Tons of knowledge tools you can USE to make your images more personalized, more dynamic, and lovely while still staying true to you. The second is all about color and mood, and is a very good read for those wishing to convey a story with their art.
Now lets look at some technical tutorials
Pimpin' out your dA Profile (sorta tutorial)This is a short and simple "sorta-tutorial", because my friend :iconjsunny: asked me how to code stuff and I thought it might be useful to other people too :'DPimpin' out your dA Profile (sorta tutorial)7 months ago in Personal More Like This
*** Note: you need a premium membership for this stuff to work! ***
These are widgets on your profile that you can put anything you want in. When you click on [Edit Page] you can choose the "Custom" option. If you have general widgets like "ID", "Fave Deviation", "Journal" etc. they do limit where you can put custom boxes, so I just got rid of them all and use primarily Custom widgets for my profile OvO)/
1. Custom background picture!!!
This is where you get to show off your personality a bit- it can be really fun trying out different background colours and pictures. There are many cute ones available on deviantArt, just search "custom box background" and you'll find them. I prefer to use more specific ones though- so you can also use photos and drawings and stuff (mine is
Cel-Shading tutorialHello!Cel-Shading tutorial5 months ago in Personal More Like This
I was trying to get a different look in Photoshop using a 3D render as a base and I thought the result was pretty interesting. Here is a walk through!
Starts in ZBrush for the sculpt, then keyshot for render, then Photoshop for composition.