Trust me if you weren’t here for The Brushnger Games 2013, I tried like 50 different pencil brushes and this was the best.
To celebrate Wander Over Yonder being released on Disney Channel, here’s some pictures Craig McCracken did when it was still in its concept stages, I think.
No Sylvia or hater here, Wander wanderin’ over on yonder.
For those who asked, here are better examples of some of the brushes from my new Ultimate Drawing Set for Photoshop. I know the video doesn’t show much, so these images should help a lot!
Please share this with your art friends and happy drawing, everybody!
Bambi visual development
In their 1990 book Bambi, The Story and the Film, Frank and Ollie don’t identify the artist who produced these magnificent poetic renderings. They probably didn’t remember.
The use of light gives the settings a magical, dreamlike quality. There is subtle shading on the characters, even though the final appearance of Bambi, Thumper and all the others would mostly consists of thin ink lines and flat cel paint.
The webpage is filled with lots of drawing ideas that you can randomize - so you’ll never have the excuse that “you don’t know what to draw”.
The page also features a submit area, where you can submit your own ideas.
At the time of posting, there are only a few ideas - but I’m sure that will increase if this gets spread on tumblr.
Thank you! And yes I use SAI to draw most of the stuffs in here.
I don’t mind sharing my brush settings
(whats that nerd shit),I hope it can be useful///
HOW TO SKETCH CLEAN
HIGH RES IMAGE HERE: http://oi40.tinypic.com/f05c3c.jpg
Okay so someone i follow lost all of her custom brushes so i made a masterpost for anybody who needed it
I have been seeing more and more people making “bubble legs” or broken shank/ankles.
I just wanted to point this out in hopes a difference can be seen.
In semi-realistic art, yeah, I can see that last one being a problem.
Most examples I see of that, however, are in extremely stylized pictures and doodles. Should the artist of this very piece have it pointed out that her ears aren’t properly connected to her head, her tail is floating, her eyes are far too huge and sparkly to be believable, and that her head is larger than her torso? Or should that be chalked up to style, as is reasonable?
I am on my tablet so forgive the mistakes or ugly clump if text…I didn’t write it that way at first.
Firstly, I was in fact referring to semi realistic art I would see in the fawnlock tag, but this was general enough to pass without that in text.
Secondly, style is important but blatantly ignoring real anatomy first is bad….
Is pointing out my style supposed to make me look bad or….? Yeah it is my style but I took the time to learn real anatomy before coming up with that style anyway.
The point of this piece was to make this error KNOWN in hopes it can be corrected…
I was very polite in my piece and comments and even now.
I have been an animal artist for years and just wanted to share this tip/message to others who are starting out or just want guidance.
Follow this or not I was just trying to help.