Point Commissions [Closed] Style like this:Point Commissions [Closed]1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Important: I choose by myself to draw your character or not. You should have a reference sheet of your character. Otherwise, I will not draw it. Reference sheet must be in digital format.
One character - 250
If character have a lot of details +50
Extra character +125
When the artwork is finished I will send link in (Commission will not published on DeviantArt )
Multi PLZSo Lazy To ArrangeMulti PLZ3 years ago in Personal More Like This
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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
Complete tutorial Series, ahhhh yeeahhHey guys! I've got something cool for you guys today, I think?Complete tutorial Series, ahhhh yeeahh1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Layerpaint.com has allowed me to post the tutorial I did for them up on my blog so I hope you guys check it out! Link below will take you there!
bluefley - blogspot tutorial
Part 3 now out! This complete the mini series, let me know what you guys think and if you like, make sure you share it with friends
Tips and Tricks (tutorials)All of my tips and tricks sheets:Tips and Tricks (tutorials)9 years ago in Personal More Like This
pencil crayon baics
the white pencil crayon
layering pencil crayons
digital colour basics
applying digital colour</b>
lighting (digital media)
basic digital textures
Tuesday Tips #1 Photographing your Art:iconRising-Artists: is here to help you become a better artist not only by connecting you with thousands of artists, but by also challenging you to drive yourself further.Tuesday Tips #1 Photographing your Art1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Now we would like to start helping you overcome some tricky problems that we all see happen quite often on DA!
In this issue, we are going to discuss Photographing Your Art
Lets Start by first understanding the basics to a great photograph:
General Rule of Thumb for composition of a photograph: Use solid/semi solid backgrounds with not too much detail that would draw the viewer's eyes away from the subject of the photo (for this same reason, do not have other items in the foreground.) Natural Sunlight is as good as it gets for physical three dimensional (non-reflective) objects.
For Jewelry, and any crafted object with glitter/sparkles/reflection - Use a lightbox/softbox with Sparkler Bulbs!!
When using fill lights or extra lights in a studio/room, be sure to set the White Balance
Pokemon Plz (Still Adding):iconmewtwoplz::iconvulpix-plz::iconnidoranplz::iconeeveeplz::iconvaporeonplz::iconjolteonplz::iconflareonplz::iconespeon-plz::iconumbreonplz::iconleafeonplz::iconglaceonplz::iconefceeveeplz::iconefcvaporeonplz::iconefcjolteonplz::iconefcflareonplz::iconefcespeonplz::iconefcumbreonplz::iconefcleafeonplz::iconefcglaceonplz::iconshuckleplz::iconpidoveplz::icondeinoplz::iconnumelplz::iconmagikarpplz::iconmew--plz::iconoddishplz:Pokemon Plz (Still Adding)2 years ago in Personal More Like This
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
Resources For Artists: Tutorials from Youtube 1Tutorials from YouTubeResources For Artists: Tutorials from Youtube 11 year ago in Art Features More Like This
There are many places you will find resources to help you with your art. From deviantART's own vast resources, tutorials, stock images provided by artists to your public library, bookstores, art sessions to name a few. YouTube is one such resource hub. From live video which explains materials and products you would need for your traditional or digital artwork, to painting demonstrations that are live to 'speedpaints', they offer various ways audio-visual medium and such a large diversity of artists help with getting help you need. You are encouraged to find more and browse more to research, study and practice.
This Resources for Artists is the 3rd in the series of the article, and the 1st chapter for the YouTube resources list. If you have any links to amazing tutorials, video demonstrations, YouTube channels that you are aware of, do share them below in the comments and they will likely appear in the next series. You are welco
Paint Tool Sai Speech Bubbles TutorialFirst you need a new line art layer and to use the vector tools provided. Use the curve tool and edit tool to create your speech bubble shapes.Paint Tool Sai Speech Bubbles Tutorial2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Below in red is where to find the line art layer. Click it to create a new line art or Vector Layer.
On the new line art layer, click four points in a rought squared egg shape like below in the large red square. Use the curve tool to make this shape. The curve tool is marked in a little red box to the left of the image below.
Now select the edit tool. Then from the middle of each point, click and hold then drag outwards to create a new point and deform your shape into a rough circle. You may need to change between your edit options to edit the shape. Translate should be fine to do most of the shaping.
Then you can use the curve tool to ad the speech bubble tail. That's all there is to making speech bubbles in sai. Of course you can draw
Notes from a Glen Keane lectureEnjoy! He was such a wonderful and lovely person to listen to and meet. I got to see him draw Tarzan, Ariel and Beast. I got to go to a company event, so he shook my hand signed my Tangled book and chatted about what I did for a living and stuff I been working on.Notes from a Glen Keane lecture2 years ago in Personal More Like This
- You want to connect, you want to put your own DNA into the picture and connect.
-Vulnerability. Telling someone who you are. Honestly revealing parts of yourself sincerely. The key to animation is sincerity. Step beyond your walls and share as an artist.
- Animation is the ultimate art form. No other art form will challenge you as much as animation can.
- You always want to be restless, I always had one foot out the door at Disney.
- it is important to not hold back and share all you have to your fellow artists. Got to keep giving it out and trust me it'll pour right back in.
- Drawing is about feeling.
- Conveying an emotion of peacefulness is just trying to capture someone living in that moment.
- Eyes are really key to e
The Big Stock Pack FeatureThe Big Stock Pack Feature2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Please always read & respect de terms of the stock providers
Other [MSN] PlzMSN Emoticon SectionsOther [MSN] Plz2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Yoyo & Cici
Color Theory EP 03!!Here is episode 3 of the series, this time I'm coloring an environment :0Color Theory EP 03!!1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Share & Subscribe, that would be awesome
Let me know what you guys think yo. -marc
Twenty Tempting Textures IIITwenty Tempting Textures III3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Wintery Blue,Grey and White tones,combined with delicate lacy grungy frost crystals.
Perfect for your Winter themed Arts.
Enhance,add depth or create an ambient atmosphere with these wonderful frozen and grungy
Textures that are just calling to be incorporated into your digital projects.
Use them in backgrounds or just overlay and blend into your winter-themes to add interest to
a unique area of your designs.
With your fantasy the possibilities are limitless.
Unknown Art - supporting feature Vol.6Everyone starts off in a small way an with this feature I want to support art that deserves some more attention.Unknown Art - supporting feature Vol.62 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Please take some time to have a look at these pieces, I'm sure there's something for everyone's taste.
Still green by the-little-boo movement II by sth22art
walking on a thin line by Ben-Kelevra Sheenful by BarisE New-Old 7 by pagit
childhood by abhaygrewal Totally pink by the-little-boo Hippie Flower :DD by justineaton
Dry Blossoms by Igotdonuts Blue. by ya-ren tower bridge by Steeeffiii
Golden Pavillion 2 by elfullero A Bride's Real Smile by jannickefish Stand Out by justineaton
Embracing the elements by PeterJCoskun Serenity by gillamber01 I'm Coming Loose by incubusofapisces
Cleaning time by dukeofspade Into the light by diev47 Donaji 4 by 4liceg
Loving parents by Deadly-Tea-Party Being Sure by ShesABromide Sunset memories by morglin
Dobrogea2 by malaladanila chasing the sun by triaxtrooper lilac by JuliaDunin
the freshness of May! by iliushka Feuerwerk Koblenz by MrMeik Window, Cube And Dome 2 by skarzynscy
Know your Basics - TexturesThere are a lot of tutorials out there on how to create / photograph texture as well as how to use them on a technical level, but the question of why and when to use textures is rarely touched. This article wants to fill that gap and therefore looks at texures from a slightly different perspective.Know your Basics - Textures2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Textures in Manips as you know them
For a photomanipulator, the first thing that comes to mind when hearing the word "texture" are images that can be used in soft light or overlay mode to texture a manipulation or parts thereof. What most manipulators therefore have in mind, are images like the following:
Beautiful textures, sure, and useful, too, but have you ever thought of doing more with them than the aforementioned overlays? And have you ever considered using other kinds of textures, too?
A more objective look at Textures
The following definition is an excerpt
i may have forgotten how to writei want to pack up my things in the little red suitcase i saw at st. vincent de paul's a year ago. maybe in a new suitcase. maybe in my grandmother's. i'd take my laptop- no. i'd take a few notebooks. real cheap ones, not the leather kind everyone is so keen on putting in their hands. i'd buy the spiral kind, 90 cents at the store (the words are all i care about); a dozen black pens. i'd take five dresses from my closet, a few sweaters, all of my skirts. i'd take the t-shirts i have been given over the years, my favorite pair of shorts. i'd collect the stashed letters from lovers and myself and all those post it notes. i'd take my pentax slr and a few rolls of film. maybe some money. a passport. a sun hat, because it is going to be summer where i want to go. a pair of shoes, the only ones; the brown ones i wear all the time, because i only need a pair to get me where i am going. i'd bring a map. an atlas. a little black purse. i'd take the car my father promised me a year ago, as if iti may have forgotten how to write2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Stock Favorites #2Like I promised, here goes some of my favourite stock images related with nature and diverse elements (png, cutouts, environment..)Stock Favorites #21 year ago in Personal More Like This
Nature Stock : Chapter 1
pacific ocean 022 by peikestock
Elements Stock: Chapter 1
Window transparent PNG by AbsurdWordPreferredlantern png by camelfobia feathered broche png by camelfobia gem png by DoloresMinette
Angel Statue PNG 02 by neverFading-stockStone Doorway PNG by CherieNoir Pre-cut Stone Gateway by presterjohnstock Kronos PNG Transparent Tube by Kylee29
white by LuckyStock Hat PNG 10 Points by MariaMurphyArt 4 Roses stock pack by YvaineGlareStock Miscellaneous Roses Stock by BloodMoonEquinox Butterflies png by AbsurdWordPreferred
Bridge PNG by EveLiveseywings 2 by RomanticFae Wing Stock 2 by Sh3ikha Lantern and candle - updated.. by chop-stock <
Am I ready to start freelancing?Hi,Am I ready to start freelancing?2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
I think that anyone with at least "good" artistic skill and and a willingness to work hard can find enough art job opportunities to stay busy and bring in some money. (However, there is a lot of competition, here on DA, AND out in the real world, so you have to be ready to put some effort into it.) This particular discussion deals with commissions (finding clients who need art and providing that art... as opposed to creating a body of work and then trying to sell it.)
I earn my living as a freelance artist. Finding freelance work involves hours of work producing art, but also hours of work finding new jobs and corresponding with clients each week. It requires confidence, patience, organization, motivation, and perseverance. Some clients have a very clear vision for their project and can describe it well. Others are a bit disorganized or unmotivated requiring extra effort on my part (and some clients should just be avoided completely). Even if you are just doing about 1 commission p
Nekoi MYO Tickets Raffle - WinnersAnd the winners from the raffle are...Nekoi MYO Tickets Raffle - Winners1 month ago in Personal More Like This
Basic MYO Nekoi Ticket - :iconaura-shadow:
Silver MYO Nekoi Ticket - :iconFantastikitten:
Gold MYO Nekoi Ticket - :iconrazzberrycookie:
Congrats! You all win a MYO Nekoi ticket, which give you the opportunity to design your own Nekoi with traits rarity depending of the type of ticket. I will send you a note with more details shortly~
More giveaway will be hold in the future, thank you everyone for your participation!
Hello everyone! Time for another Raffle!
This time there are 3 tickets to win:
1 Basic MYO Nekoi Ticket
1 Silver MYO Nekoi Ticket
and... 1 Gold MYO Nekoi Ticket!
MYO Nekoi Tickets can be used once to design yourself a Nekoi with traits rarity depending of the type of ticket.
How to participate:
This is a group event, so you must be a member of the group to participate.
Favorite this journal entry to be assigned a number (remember that numbers will keep changing)
Headshot/portrait commissions CLOSEDHi gaiz,Headshot/portrait commissions CLOSED2 years ago in Personal More Like This
I might not take regular commissions this year anymore unless you've already noted me, so I am opening a new style of commission this time, headshot/portrait ones, since they're simple and fast for me to finish, and since I still have regular commissions to work on. Anyways, I must make it clear that I won't start on these before Christmas, so I'd advice not to order a Christmas gift or something of the sort that needs to be finished before 25th, I just really need some cash right now *must pay rent* sorry ;A;
For more info, read bellow...
Digital, Cell/ anime style
something like this, more detailed and less sketchy of course!
Headshot/portrait- U$13 each (+ U$10 for add character/ it also can be the same character with different expressions)
If you are interested note me with the info bellow:
Paypal name & email:
Number of characters:
Expression: *optional, but it would be nice for me
Krita Painting App on Steam!WHAT IS KRITAKrita Painting App on Steam!8 months ago in Personal More Like This
Krita is the only digital painting tool I'm using. It is a free (as in freedom), open source software. It offers a sophisticated brush system, packs in almost everything that a digital painter needs and is very easy to use.
HELP KRITA ON STEAM
Krita is now available for Windows and GNU/Linux on PC, and the develop team is trying to get Greenlight on Steam as well. Please help them (and thus helps everyone): visit Krita on Steam
WHAT DO I LIKE ABOUT KRITA
Krita's page has detailed introduction of what it is capable of. I would like to cover a few things that I really like about Krita here as well:
Krita's brush system is fast and smooth. It is optimized for graphics tablets with pressure support.Ruler tool assistance when drawing long curves (something comparable to SAI).It doesn't draw jigsaws when zoomed out (my nightmare when using Adob
2012 Roundup!2012 has seen projecteducate advance with the changing times here on deviantART and become an official group! That means that it has been a lot easier to bring you all the information, features, interviews and articles as part of various Project Educate weeks. So with the functions of groups at our fingertips, the articles shared are all in organised gallery folders for ease - all of which are linked in this article.2012 Roundup!2 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
2012 also saw the Introduction of Community Weeks headed up by members of the community. They're now running monthly and are designed for members of the community to get involved by writing articles on whatever they want - educationally. JamminJo and lintu47 are your current community week leads and the people to note if you're interested in contributing! Our calendar for