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Tried to explain in a simpler way than last, and with one character rather than three. Hope it's helpful? Maybe? (Done in Photoshop) 

Older version is here: fav.me/d5oz77g

For :icondawnwally:

Art (c) Julie Drohan
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My friend jbrown67 inspired this. [link]
This 'Robin' was part of the ambitious fan-manga project that brought me to DA in the very beginning (my old account), but I abandoned it due to brain craziness (the worst kind of craziness). Will I ever pick it up again? There's not enough bold and italic font in the world to properly emphasize the 'Maybe'.

Like it says, any GIMP/Photoshop tips are greatly appreciated.
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How to make a sonic style sculpt part 1. You can get most of the supplies listed here at Walmart. For the armature wire you will have to go to an art or hobby store or you can buy it at Dickblick.com.

Here's a more direct link to the wire [link] from that page you can see the wire choices and you can get a bending jig. Click on the armature wire section on that page for the wire. The kind i use here is 50 feet of 9 gauge. It's really cheap and i've been using the same spool for ever.

Tell me if this pic setting is too wide for you guys. My laptop is a widescreen so i can see all of the picture's width without scrolling. Let me know if you guys have to scroll to see stuff.

Part 2


Part 3
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Here is the example sheet that everyone is waiting for. 44 of the emoticons are made by my friend, *EmperorNortonII. I happen to made an extra one see if you can find it! ;)

Anywho, for those who wanna make their own Looney Tunes styled expressions for their characters, take my advice:

Watch lots of Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons to find out what kinds of emotions and expressions there are before you start drawing.

Thank you and I hope this will help you all learn something important about the kinds and types of Looney Tunes styled expressions and emoticons. Good luck! :salute:

Here's the empty template for those who want to draw these emotions/expressions on their own characters: [link]

Looney Tunes = Warner Bros.
44 Emoticons Drawn By *EmperorNortonII
My Emoticons Drawn By Myself (4th column, 2nd row)
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One day when I have the time I may make a book based soley on 'How to Draw' Sonic the Hedgehog characters (presenting the official 'adventure' style in the first book).

A simple, easy to learn, observational styled tutorial - using as little words possible to teach or give fans a guideline on how to draw their favourite hedgehog and his friends. :)

Who would like to get a copy from yours truly? :D

The more feedback I get on this I may seriously consider writing to SEGA of America on permission to publish this sort of recreational book for fans around the world! = )


Anyway these are commissions done for a dedicated fan of the blue blur in the United States named Andrew Paulson and I believe that his website 'Sonic Scene' will promise something amazing for the Sonic fan community in the future. Please do me a kind favour and check it out using this link! ;) [link]

To download these pieces individually for a print-out please visit the 'How to Draw' section on Andrew's Sonic fan site! [link]

Part 02 will be coming soon! *thumbs up*
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THERE IS A NEW VERSION OF THIS TUTORIAL-
fritchie.deviantart.com/art/Pa…
Its an interactive flash piece vs a scrolling JPEG. Way better.

YOU NEED:
Photoshop
Knowledge of Photoshop's interface/menus

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You do not need to be an advanced Photoshop user to be able to complete this tutorial on your own.

ENJOY!
I was shown how to make wood grain by someone older and wiser than me, with the support to pass the knowledge on to others. So this is for everyone so that maybe making wood grain will not be as intimidating of a task!

I hope the tutorial makes sense, I did some testing with another designer to see if she understood it. She was able to make it with no problems or questions, but please feel free to ask me anything you need to know!

Please DO NOT redistribute this tutorial ANYWHERE without my permission! You may feature this on dA, just make sure to let me know :star: Note me for questions, etc.
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I sorta rushed this but while I was bored I decided to go and make that hand tutorial people had asked for. I sorta rushed it so sorry if it's really crappy and sketchy. :faint:
This is how I draw hands, and I admit I still need work with drawing hands and stuff, but at least this is some basics ^^;
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I'm starting to take an appreciation of this painting method where you work out the tonal values of the entirety of the drawing first.


After getting the values right I added an extra layer in OVERLAY mode and coloured it from there.
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I forgot to mention that if your dragon is on the ground to have the legs in a way so it doesnt look like it's defying gravity like i did up thar. -_-;;
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if you like i can add more tutorials so you all can learn more how to create an awesome art!!!
i hope to see that pose in your gallery kangipluma :D
(did anyone notice that my toolbar got slimmer?)
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