All these pages are 8.5x11, 300 dpi. Feel free to print it out in full size if you like physical copies
Comics and Comic Artists
Scott McCloud’s “Making Comics” (entirely done in comic format)
Includes torso, head, foot, and various hand poses - select from menu on the right!
Hahaha—reblog comic about having trouble drawing hands, follow up by reblogging 3d rotatable resources for people who have trouble drawing hands.
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!
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
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.