eyecaging:

Yoh Yoshinari has a Deviantart now

http://neighborstudios.deviantart.com/


juliajm15:

thesilvereye:

View the fullsize tutorial on DA | The most handy hair structure tutorials are this video by Proko and thisblog post.These are useful for thinking about the direction hair locks flow with different styles: 1 2 3 4 5 | Painting Realistic Hair | Shading with gradients: 1 2 | Tutorials by me including: Gimp Brush Dynamics, Coloring Eyes and Coloring Method.

All example characters are fromThe Silver Eye webcomic!

Bless you for this *—-*


angrywhistler:

Pedro Covo

(Source: Flickr / pedrocovo)


veesdumpingrounds:

here’s a small tutorial on how I do gifs.. yeah it’s more like step by step bu heh, I have no idea how to explain better.


OTHER GOOD TUTORIALS :

ANTHONY HOLDEN GIF TUTORIAL

CHARLES HUTTNER ANIMATION TUTORIAL


look for more ! there are tons of good animation/gif tutorials on the web :)

AWESOME CHARACTERS FROM THE GIF WITH THE KIDS FIGHTINGS BY blackyjunkgallery


(Source: salvidordali)


shinykonyta:

terreverte:

cake gifs

are you fuckin kiddin me like what kinda people just captions this ‘cake gifs’ and walks away this shit fucking put a spell on me i was unable to look away it was wild start to fucking finish that looks like REAL CAKE it looks like i can reach out and have me some god damn cake. damn son


hammpix:

The relaxed, semi-cupped hand: as an artist, you will draw this a billion, zillion times. Print these out for practice and reference.

Plus, here’s some foot reference.

(EDIT: No, this is not a post about crotches & butts, but you’ll need to know how to draw those, too, if you’re drawing hands relaxed at one’s sides. Note that the big thumb knuckle generally falls at crotch-height. Note also that the palm rarely faces the thigh directly: the palm-side of a relaxed hand tends to angle *slightly* toward the back; the knuckle-side angles slightly forward. This reverses as the hands swing behind the walking figure. For more tips, visit me on Twitter: @Hamm_Tips)


rosalarian:

pigeonbits:

Color palette tutorial time!

This is by no means the Only Way To Pick Colors—it’s just a relatively-simple method I use sometimes.  I’ve found it works pretty well, almost regardless of what colors you pick—as long as you can keep them organized by those light/dark warm/cool categories, and make sure one category takes up a significantly higher proportion of page space, it usually turns out pretty good!

I struggled with color for a long time before eventually reaching this conclusion, and here it is all laid out nicely for you lucky people by the talented and Eisner-nominated Melanie Gillman. So listen to them!