|Just if anyone wants to donate, or if I should win som of the contests.... Thought thousand is a good start|
I'm from Karlsruhe, Germany, and at the moment studying art history (BA) at the KIT.
I like to do challenges and still try to do various projects of my own. If you know of a new drawing challenge, please note me about it
Also, if you like my art, please hit that watch button, and maybe you want to follow me on other social networks as well.
And if you just like to chat, I do have discord account, so, note me about it, and I'll add you
You can find my comissions here:hannaesser.deviantart.com/jour…
And all aviable adopts are here: hannaesser.deviantart.com/jour…
For WIPs look at my tumblr hannaesserofficial.tumblr.com/
If you want to buy me coffee, look here: www.buymeacoffee.com/mC6RhI9
Also, here's my other social media:
facebook : www.facebook.com/Hannas-Little…
100 Themes ChallengeThis is the 100 Themes Challenge. The point of this challenge is to draw 100 different themes using the same character (original or fanbased, if you ask me this really helps you learn about your OC and how to draw him/her) in each one. There's no prize for it, except for 100 artworks featuring your chosen character and the skills devellop during this awesome challenge, and the only rule is when you start it, everything used for each theme must be brand new. No using past drawings done before starting this, unless you just want to cheat yourself. And have fun! It's supposed to be a fun, long term goal to reach.
Here are the themes:
30.Under the Rain
Color Theory resourcesHello all! I am very excited that the skin tutorial is finally going live. Hope you all find it useful. Thanks for being so patient.
As I mention, knowing your color theory and anatomy is vital to painting skin well. Someone has already asked for resources on color theory, so it seems logical to post this list in a journal so everyone see it:
Color theory tutorials on the web:
Phil Straub : Color Theory Simplified http://www.imaginefx.com/02287754332297800669/colour-theory-simplified.html
fredflickstone @ conceptart.org : Color Theory 1 & 2 http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=17837
Henning Ludvigsen : Color Theory http://www.henningludvigsen.com/index.php/main/tutorial_text/050_ifx_tutorial_colour
Socar Myles : A Practical Guide to Color http://tutorials.epilogue.net/principles/a-practical-guide-to-color-for-artists
Eugene Arenhaus : The Color Gray ht
A quick guide on how to make good adoptables! A quick guide on how to make good adoptables!
Written by :SaladLemons 03/14/17
Hi there! Thanks for clicking on this post! I'm SaladLemons, and I'm here to help WA members make good adopts!
So first off..
What are adopts?
Adopts are characters made to be "adopted" by someone else. These can range from cats and dogs to egg adopts, Which are half and half designed by the to be owner and the artist.
Now with that out of the way, let's start.