>SketchAlso... as a tip although I have said this million times before - my stabilizer is "15".
This was the first non default brush I made in SAI. I use it mainly for sketching, but I also use it for painting. have fun with it.
extra TIP: try to mix those settings in watercolor tool too. ;D
My trusted lineart tool.
.... well.. Brush is a brush. I use it mostly for painting. actually - every painting I have done is made with this brush.
I don't usually use marker for anything but coloring sketches.
>Rough painting tool
something I made just month ago. it is basically just ordinary painting brush. U_U but I like it.
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A Shi (a mythological lion/dragon/dog creature often called Foo Dogs in the west) and a Shizi Gou (a real dog breed known as Shih Tzu in the west).
A lot of people mistakenly think the Shi is supposed to look like a Shizi Gou, but it's the other way around. Shi means "lion", and Shizi Gou means "lion dog".
It's unclear if the likeness was on purpose or if the Chinese accidentally bred a dog that kinda looked like a Shi and named it accordingly.
Gender: Non-binary (AFAB; uses they/them pronouns).
Age: Mid-late twenties.
Height: Short. About 160cm (~5’) human form, about 130 (~4’) dragon form.
Saliva: Sumo mandarin.
Work: Waitress at a small café, they are studying Environmental science at university.
Hobbies: Playing guitar, singing, camping and exercising (usually running or swimming).
Location: The Netherlands.
Personality: Beatrix is quiet, modest and introverted. They don’t like being the centre of attention and would be quite happy to spend hours alone studying or practicing the guitar. Beatrix is polite and tries their best to smile and treat everyone with respect and kindness, even the really rude customers that come into the café. Beatrix has a generally cheerful disposition and tries to help their friends as much as they can, they always lend an ear to her friends if they have a problem and always puts others first. They don’t like to share their problems. Behind the smiling exterior is usually a lot of self-consciousness and uncertainty.
Bio: From a young age Beatrix was always fascinated with nature and what the Earth used to look like in documentaries and books. Beatrix loved the outdoors and would often be found playing with the cockroaches, flies and other insects that they found outside (or even in the house). Beatrix would get so excited to see a bug that they would follow it up the walls if they could and so they were given the nickname “Beetle”. Beatrix always wondered how the Earth got to the way it is and whether it was possible to fix it. This is what led Beatrix to pursue a career in Environmental science so that hopefully they can change the world to making a better place for humans animals and insects.