art and what not
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Nose. Tutorial by Anastasia-berry
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Don’t ever let anyone tell you that using references for your art is wrong! Hell, sometimes ya gotta get creative and make your own! Using references doesn’t make you a lazy artist. Trust me!
(These were taken a few weeks ago since I like to queue up page sketches for my comic, but I just wanted to show you all that using references is nothing to be ashamed of and even being a reference yourself is okay 👌🏻)
I am so done
I did a little research and put this together by request. I hope this helps!
Lighting Practice by gdbee
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A list of skin colors I’ve put into a palette as ref for when I draw ocs or when I do commissions for people (commissions still open btw). It’s an incomplete list so I’m gonna add more later.
ok to rb
Artists! If your eyes always look misaligned when you flip, try drawing the horizontal line on your heads straight instead of curved!
Some advice for drawing people who have both hair… and horns!! :O
Also, you may feel more comfortable drawing the whole horn first, and that’s fine too! Mostly the point is just to try to draw the hair growing around the horn, rather than under it.
Hope this helps!
Tutorial on how I color hair! It’s very stylized, but easy to do.
[Note: only works for straight hair, but i hope it’s still helpful!]
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Please tag me so I can see your artwork! C: (Pls do not repost)
I’ve done so many reference studies over the past few months. Here’s a dump of most of them.
a hair guid I made for myself feel free to use and download just don’t repost anywhere else
also feel free to check out my eye color chart
Hands tutorial by @qinni (she’s more active on Instagram)
heres a skintone pallete!!! feel free to rb/use it!!!
left to right = light to dark
top to bottom = warm to cool
I got multiple people asking for help with eyes, so I threw something together quick
EDIT: ah yeah, my bad! thank you @yipyo20
I jotted down for a friend of mine some tips and notes on how I approach drawing hair, and things I keep in mind while doing so, and thought I’d share. There are loads of other ways to do it, and the learning never stops, so I hope this helps!
Made these for fun, feel free to use them separately or not!!