"Drawing my way out of reality"
Dreams of being an Animator and a Character Designer. Pretty. Dang. Much.
Been drawing since the early age of two. Had this large gap of years not that active in making art. I stand up on my own creative feet again when I was a first year high school. And I'm still making art today. I can't help making a doodle even class starts and I'm literally out front. I still have a lot of space for improvement.
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Fan Art in All Forms!Fan Art in All Forms!
Calling all the fangirls, fanboys, Bronies, Whovians, and everyone else in between! You're probably well acquainted with the Fan Art submission category here on DeviantArt, but be aware there is plenty more fandomy goodness to be found in other categories as well as mediums. Fan Art is by no means limited to digital + traditional art mediums and thanks to the mind-blowing skill and creativity of fans around the world, art inspired by fandom can be found in a plethora of ways...even some you might not have been aware of!
This feature in projecteducate's Fan Art week is about showcasing just how versatile fan artists can be. Whether it's from photomanipulation, to cosplay, to artisan craft, to anything else, these fan artists are dedicated in their love for fandom and deserve to be recognized outside of the Fan Art category.
Anthro: Animals + fandom = art
Animals and fandom together? Let's go! Artists have been ultra creati
Tips and Tricks: Pen and Ink Techniques Article
How to Draw Manga! Tips and Tricks Pen Techniques Introduction
A key part of traditional manga is the art of using pens and ink. There are so many variations and many things to try that can make a manga panel pop without even needing screentones. Whether the artist prefers technical pens or a nib and ink there are many variations and techniques to try. This article aims to cover some of the basics to start with.
Some Basic Pen Types
There are two main types of pens, muti-liners/technical pens and nibs in a holder. Multi-liners come in graduated sizes depending on your needs, from a super fine 0.03mm up to 1.0mm, then Brush types as well. Nibs come in all shapes and sizes as well, the most common being the G-Pen and Saji (or Spoon), but there are other types such as school, calligraphy range, Maru. The following rough example shows a selection of Copic branded multi-liners a
Voyage to the Unknown: Artisan CraftsI've started a new feature in which I will browse through a category or sub-category I don't necessarily browse frequently, or the ones I browse the least, and collect some of the art I find stands out! The point of this is to challenge myself and discover new art in the process! I'll also be tagging people in each issue to follow suit and do their own, however, don't feel obligated to respond to the tag. I just want everyone to know I'd love to see them do their own spin of this feature
Please visit the Master Journal for more information about this project, and to leave a link to yours if you end up doing one of your own! Voyage to the unknown: Master Journal and use the tag #TheVoyage<
Tips and Tricks: Feet
How to Draw Manga! Feet Introduction
Like hands, feet are an important part of drawing a full body of any character. Whether the feet are in shoes or just free the basic shape of a foot can vary for any given person. The anatomy of the foot is the same, but the shape, width and length varies. Even toe length can be variable of each foot!
See Tips and Tricks: Hands
Feet, like hands are also are made up of segments, muscles and skin over the bones. Feet have a basic blockish shape that is then used to form the circle model of the shapes a little more. This is shown the in the following example, using these basic shapes help define the aspects of the foot. Toes whilst not as expressive as fingers can splay out in a similar manner and the amount of variation in individuals comes down to their toe shapes and the height of their arc
A Guide to Art ProgramsHey~! It's Goth-Kath here with another Tuesday Tip~! Last time I talked to you guys about Pricing your Art.
This time I’m going to talk about a subject that will speak to less people, but I hope it will still be useful to some.
Today's subject is : Digital Art Programs
I have seen enough people who want to start Digital and don't know which program to get. I've also seen enough artists who do not like the program they have or want a change of pace but do not know any other programs to get, or at least none that won’t cost them a kidney (I’m looking at you Adobe ):< ). So today I’m going to list a bunch of programs you can use to create Digital art, with some correct information, pros/cons, and my personal experience.
So, let’s get to it~!
Paint Tool SAI
Paint Tool SAI or Easy Paint Tool SAI is probably the most well known Digital art software out there (along with Photo
Special Uses Of Some WatercolorsTraditional Art
Hello Dear deviants! I'm back again with some articles ! This time I'll be discussing about some special uses of few commonly used colors: WHITE, BLUE and YELLOW
So to ease your reading experience, I've divided this article according to the following index
WhiteBlueYellowA Word of Thanks
So here we GO!
As we all know that white is a color that is not very commonly used in your paintings, but this color has its own special properties that we all can use to make our paintings look more fabulous! So, what's so special about white? It is its property of being a really good mixer that can mix any two or more than two colors to create a number of shades! Only white has this property because all the