So I've heard that people don't know how to get the actual size of a group icon BUT I do so I am helping everyone out here. This is the size of a group Icon. Group icons are 100 pixels wide and 50 pixels tall. So if this template doesn't work then you'll know how to make one yourself. ( Which you probably won't have to so don't worry )
I've heard this question a lot. "My group icon can't load even though I used your template!" well, if you ask that question then you didn't read my previous words.
When you have your icon done then go into your group's main page and find the group icon above your name and chiz. After that hover the mouse in the corner of the icon and click the pencil.That should be it! ( Make sure the icon is 100 pixels wide and 50 pixels tall.
Hope this helped!
( I will answer all comments and questions! )
I'm so sorry if this didn't help at all but please don't, comment if you're gonna comment something similar to this- "You didn't help at all so don't post this if it has no purpose!"
Thank you everyone if you used!
You don't have to bring up that I helped but it would be very nice if you kindly did. I'm not so popular on DA and it would be nice if you told DA about me so I could have a little boost in my account! ^^
Boeeno, este pack está totalmente hecho por mí, recopilé imágenes de una página y lo hice a motivo, mejore la calidad de algunos porque sí no se verían horribles en motivo, so... espero les guste mushínc:
+Gracias por tu descarga. -Thanks for your download.
+Todos los créditos para mí. -All the credits go to me.
+Sí te gustó, añade a favoritos y deja un comentario. -If you liked, add to favourites and leave a comment.
Figuring out a walk-cycle is an entry-level test of your ability to animate. It was the first thing I fully animated (which isn't much, considering it was only 32 frames looped 4 times). This taste of animation is really what got me hooked on wanting to make more!
Although it is possible to animate a walk-cycle with a minimal number of drawings, I consider it to be better to have around six per angle (with an exception to the profile angles). This chart provides all the basic shapes needed to draw a walk-cycle for a character wearing sneakers/trainers at eight angles. Flip the image if you need the left shoe. Since I remember having a LOT of trouble drawing feet, I highly encourage beginners to trace these drawings (experienced artists should just use it as a reference). Please link back to me if you use it.
One of the first things I was taught when I started building hand assets, was to never draw each segment of the fingers and the palm individually. It's a tremendous time-sink, and an absolute pain to animate when that time comes. You're actually better off just making a new drawing, which isn't so bad when you have a guide to help you.
Figuring out which shapes to transition to can be a bit of a trial-and-error chore, but hopefully with this chart, I'll be able to take all the guess work out of it. As you can see, there is a star-burst pattern, like four lines intersecting in the middle. Every drawing should be able to transition into it's adjacent drawing.
0FC04 (in the middle) should be able to transition into any of the C02's it's adjacent to. The C02's, however can only reasonably transition into two adjacent C02's, the one adjacent C01, or back to 0FC04. The C01's can also only transition into the two adjacent C01's, the one C03, or back to the one C03. C03's only have the option of moving to the two adjacent C03's or back to the one adjacent C01.
EXAMPLE: So following this guide, you could start off at 0FC04, and move up-and-right diagonally to 3QC02, continue to 3QC01, change direction left to 4BC01, continue left to 5QC01, move up-and-left diagonally to 5QC03, and then move down to 6SC03, finally stopping after turning right at 6SC01.
This Hand shape is in the full open position.
Feel free to use this as a reference for your projects. Even trace it if you want ( tracing DOES help beginners improve). Just remember to credit me in your comments and link back to either this deviation or my account page.