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5-23-2020

Qualurian-Human Hybrid Colored

Qualurian-Human hybrid

testing

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Qualurian Commission

Qualurian Lineart

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Qualurian-Human Hybrid Colored

Qualurian-Human hybrid

shading B 5-17-2020

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Qualurian Commission

Qualurian Lineart

Tanyafanartfinal

Tanya Re-Draw

Guess who's coming!

2020 Sketch 3

[C] - Chibi Light Party

Modern Enchantress

Pandemonica

[Fanart] Androssi

Bunny Erza Tavern

Risky Boots bathing (shantae)

Metroid Fusion - Samus Aran

New morning

Artist // Hobbyist // Film & Animation
  • July 9
  • United States
  • Deviant for 1 year
  • He / Him
My Bio
I'm a film student currently with an emphasis in screen writing, television production, and editing. I have a slew of super awesome stories living in my head. I'm going to school so they can pay me rent.

Favourite Visual Artist
Frank Cho, Frank Frazetta, Olivier Coipel, Juanjo Guarnido,
Favourite Movies
Amadeus, The King Speech, Thank You For Smoking, Full Metal Jacket
Favourite TV Shows
Game of Thrones (season 1-5), Turn, Venture Brothers, Monk,
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Dio/Rainbow
Favourite Books
1984, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Thank you for Smoking, the Lord of the Rings trilogy
Favourite Writers
Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, George R.R. Martin, J.R.R. Tolkien, Ken Kessey, Christopher Buckley
Favourite Games
Bioshock, Bioshock Infinite, Skyrim
Favourite Gaming Platform
X-Box
Tools of the Trade
ticconderoga pencil, eraser, sketch board, tape and my huion tablet
Other Interests
Cooking, Sound Editing, Editing, Digital Art, Singing,

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RinMerakiHobbyist Digital Artist

Thank you so much for the fav:love:

Caffeinated-CreatorHobbyist General Artist
:faint::iconsaysplz: thanks for the favstorming...
ThePsych0nautHobbyist Filmographer
Your OC reminds me of Skydoll by Alessandro Barbucci www.pinterest.com/pin/44050840… You've got some dynamic poses, here, great work. I'm TRYING to push my poses to be more and more kinetic and visceral, part of an image's internal story, but it's HARD! 
Caffeinated-CreatorHobbyist General Artist
Dude, I'm trying my damndest to draw more dynamic poses and body-perspective but foreshortening is hard as shieeeeet... I think I could learn a thing or two from you so I'm watching you now to snap up a few pointers here and there.

Hah; also I'll take the Skydoll thing as a compliment, wasn't too familiar with that but eh, I can kinda see it. Making your own style is also something really hard to do, maybe even the most fundamentally difficult thing when you're trying to be an artist, methinks at least.

Keep up the awesome work :highfive:
ThePsych0nautHobbyist Filmographer
Oh, this might work: 
have you tried the perspective tool when you transform in PS? Assuming you have PS? It mmmight work, I don't know. 
ThePsych0nautHobbyist Filmographer
"Dude, I'm trying my damndest to draw more dynamic poses and body-perspective but foreshortening is hard as shieeeeet..."
Preaching to the choir, dude. 
"I think I could learn a thing or two from you so I'm watching you now to snap up a few pointers here and there."
 Well, I can give you some references and tutorials, like these:
Michael Hampton's book on figure drawing has been incredibly helpful to me, and I haven't even gotten through half of it; it's like 20$ on Amazon used. Another great teacher would be REIQ's videos on youtube, though he does have a thick accent, but so does Marc Brunet and he's an excellent source; he really took my coloring to a whole nother level. Who else? Mldoxy, Jolly Jack, Nunchaku, and Bokuman were all invaluable to whatever progress I've made in the past 7 years (8 years?) on DA. Warning: they draw lewds, lots of them, and Mldoxy (who provides some of the best tutorials I own) is a furry, as is Jolly Jack, so stay away if that sort of art bothers you. Bokuman breaks down his process, from lines to the thicc final product, with visual explanations and examples.


"Making your own style is also something really hard to do, maybe even the most fundamentally difficult thing when you're trying to be an artist, methinks at least."  I like what Ethan Becker said, 'The only thing original about you is your taste.' when it comes to being a visual artist. For ex: When I drew Tanya I had references surrounding the picture. I took from Chuck Jones for the eyes-- he doesn't give Cindy Lou Who pupils in the 'The Grinch' cartoon--and I took from Barbucci for the lips. Jones has the Grinch jut out his bottom lip to make him look more apish, I reversed that to make Tanya look even more smug. 
waticity05Hobbyist General Artist
Favs Girl by waticity05  
Don't hesitate to watch me to see more ! ;)