Demizu Posuka（出水ぽすか）, also known as Po~n (ポ～ン)
With an incredible sense of space and perspective, Posuka creates larger-than-life scenes of an inspiring fantasy world. Their charming illustrative style works with a high level of detail and emotionally rich color schemes that allow you to fully sink into each moment.
Posuka has an astounding body of work that shouldn’t end here — view their full galleries through the links below:
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I always get questions about my brush settings, so I thought I’d share some brushes I’ve fiddled around with myself and use religiously, mostly for sketching and can be great for inking. Have some characters I don’t draw enough of at all.
Here are the textures for these. Ink/Brush pen and Chalk.
oops i forgot to scan these; i almost wanted to rip them out of the sketchbook i still need to send rose augh
im so sorry
I’d glad you overcame ripping them out, I think these are very lovely. Thank you so much, PK ♥
Anonymous asked: May I ask how do you do your drawings? Is it photoshop? For example for your avatar, what's the brush setting. Also, whats that shading technique you used for the Mew? The one so comic-esque. Thanks for your time.
Sure! I’m always happy to answer any questions~ So, I mainly use Paint Tool Sai lately and then I use Photoshop CS2 for touching up. I have 2 primary styles of coloring: Painted-Lineless and Hard-Lined. My Mew avatar would be an example of one of my hard-lined drawings. I mainly use 2 brushes and 2 erasers in Sai:
I really like using round brushes with soft ends for sketching as well as soft coloring and blending. So for my Mew drawing, I used my soft brush, Luke, for the initial sketch:
After I finish the sketch, I draw the line art using my hard brush, Guy, and then I smooth out and shape the lines in places I see fit:
When doing a hard colored picture, I’ll use Guy. I’ll do blocky, sharp shading like this:
Now, this is a point where I’ll take the drawing over to Photoshop. To make the pixel-y pattern, I like using Photoshop because it’s a lot easier to use the pixel brush there. You can find the brush here, I have it set to 2 px to make a larger block:
And then I just checker it to make more depth in the shading. However, this is a stylistic choice specific to my 151 Pokemon Challenge I’ve been working on. It’s really useful for creating that retro kind of look on a drawing!
That’s the gist of how I tackle a hard-shaded drawing. Now, I tackle a lineless, painted style drawing a bit differently. I’ll use my Sableye drawing for example. I still start off sketching with my soft brush, Luke:
But after that, I put a rough, base coloring underneath and maybe clean it up just a little bit:
From this point, I merge the two layers together so that I only have one and I’ll “paint” on it with Luke and clean up edges with my soft eraser, Asch.
After I’m done with the character, I’ll put in a background and ta-da!
So that’s my process in a nutshell. Sorry if it’s not super informative, but I hope this helps a bit!
♥ Poses! Still need some work, but I’m calling them good enough for now :)
For the project I’m working on with my roommate, Heather! I’m excited! Getting closer to working on the REALLY fun stuff.
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Just some raw footage of me inking! Sorry it’s cut off, the tablet ran out of memory.