YEAH lots of people asked about bodies and poses SO
UMM THERE”S not much i can cover on full bodies idk every cahracter is different so there are noEAXCT proportions for anythign REALLY
IF YOU”RE NOT SURE WHAT POSE TO DO jsut draw a random gesture line that fits the direction of movement and sometimes u end up with really ENERGETIC POSES!! I DUNNO THIS METHOD MIGHT NOT BE FOR EVEYRONE SOBS i dont reallly know
how the fuck do legs work i don’t
i have a few feet ones too
Two art games Splickedy and I sometimes play when we’re very very bored.
There are all sorts of different twists you can do with these—in the first one, you can pick characters by spinning a pencil, drawing pieces of paper from a cup, etc. But so far dice have yielded the best results. And you can make names by making anagrams out of words that describe them, etc. etc.
Reblogs this from a reblog note that turned up on my dash because THESE ARE STILL HELLA FUN and I recommend them to everyone!
what are your brush tool settings?? i hope im no bother!!
not at all!! i change the opacity and min size alot but heres what they usually look like!
paint brush (i sometimes draw with it as well)
sketch/lineart brush (this ones very smooth so i need to have my stabilizer at 11 when using it omg..)
hope it helps!!! :D
so if you plunk in your measurements to this website it’ll pop out a little bald version of yourself
OKAY BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY
THIS IS GREAT ART REF for a generic standing pose bust still. Never pass up a chance at a rotatable 3d model.
IF ANY OF MY FOLLOWERS WANT SAI (WITH TRANSPARENCY) AND PHOTOSHOP CS6;
i’ll tag it in my art tag so that you guys can find it easily too!!
Backgrounds: The Set Up.
A continuation for fungii on how I tackle backgrounds.
never apologise for posting these
whenever people are like “SKETCHING CIRCLES IN SAI IS SO HARD” im like
pffft I work with 6000X4000 and the size of the brush can be only not above 2000px
i dont use that trick
this is the sassiest and most helpful tutorial ever.