I'm an amateur artist (i love drawing and painting). Hope everyone likes my work!
Link to my youtube channel for animations, spoken poetry etc.:
Draw Everything June III, 2018 Edition JULY UPDATEUPDATE: JULY 16, 2018
Just an update that I am about 55 notes behind on DEJ entries and it's going to be a few days before I can catch up. Everyone hang tight! You will get a reply from me when you're qualified. ♥
UPDATE: JULY 1, 2018
You all are doing wonderfully! I am about 800 messages behind and I have 21 notes so if you haven't seen me collect your art, or haven't received a reply to your entry, just hang out for a few more days while I play catch up. You will get a reply to your note when you have been saved as a qualifier.
Everyone has until July 15th to submit their qualifing entries via note as outline below.
I AM SCHEDULING STOCK TO SUBMIT DURING THESE TWO WEEKS. These poses will NOT be part of the challenge. I will indicate on the submissions that they are not part of DEJ3. The only poses that are part of the challenge are at the bottom of this journal. The bonus meme pose is optional, you can replace a challenge pos
YouTube art channelsSince people always ask me where to find neat art tutorials, here's a comprehensive list of YouTube channels that teach art in one way or another.
Please fav, share and enjoy~!
Last update: june 3rd 2017
People that teach you the fundamentals of art. Anatomy, color, perspective, etc
CG Cookie Concept
Character Consistency - A Massive Tip CollectionAnime and Manga Week
My protagonist during concept phase.
During my journey to try to bring my webcomic to life, I have been extensively studying and focusing on cool action poses, interesting backgrounds and fancy shading... only to find that there’s nothing more frustrating than not being able to draw your own characters properly.
Let’s face it, as much as acquiring any fundamental skill will help you in the long-run, in the end your characters are the heart of your story and nothing will happen without them. In order to tackle my biggest issue, I have accumulated tips, tricks, and folders of tutorials that I’ll summarise here for other webcomic artists in training.
Art Advice Issue #5 - How to Find your Own Style
By far the most common concern I see people on DA mention is, "I wish I had my own style / How can I get my own style?" Hardly a week goes by when I don't see different people saying this. Because of this, I decided to write this article with some tips people may find useful, when searching for a style to call their own. This is what I did, ten years ago, when I was trying to find my own manga style; and I've mentioned this method to some other people and they found it informative and useful as well, so I'm sharing it with you all.
The first part of this article will talk about what is included in what we call "style" (did you know personal style is also found in realism?) and the reasons behind common stylizations (as commonly seen in anime and manga).
The second part talks about how an artist arrives at his or her style, and describes a method you can use if you don't want to wait for your style to surface organically ... in other words, if you wa