I share my own screentone brush set for help manga artists. 14 different flash, 4 different speedlines and 32 screentone sheets, totally 50 brushes. I made in PS 7, and my first brush pack (probably last because i only use these ones) I hope it helps.
These photos were taken at the Zoo Montana in Billings, Montana.
Make sure to click the 'Download' button to see and save the full size of the photo!
This stock is free to use. If you use it link it back to me (as in give me credit for the stock with a link =Falln-Stock or my icon in the description) & -send me a note- with a link of the pic you used it in. I would like to see what you used my stock for ^_^ *for further rules, before you use, check my journal*
Sinestro "Saucy" Shot 11x17 for Tressa Bowling WIP 03 - Ink and shade done ready to paint. _________________________________________________ Sketchcraft - The podcast for art, design, and process junkies. - [link]
I get asked occasionally for help with werewolves so I knocked up this little help sheet. I know it's pretty basic, but it has all the foundations I use to build my werewlves on. As you can see from the sample artworks I let them evolve and turn out however feels right as I'm drawing them, but the basic structure remains unchanged pretty much. It's basically a blend of human and dog/wolf physiology (as you'd expect). I don't know really how useful this will be, it's aimed at people who haven't drawn a lot and studied anatomy etc. You can also find hair and airbrushing and blending tutorials in my gallery tutorial section which go into more depth on adding finishing details and textures. Good luck werewolf fans!