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starpatches:

bunny girl started out as silly doodles but then I fell in love

starpatches:

bunny girl started out as silly doodles but then I fell in love

goldengauntlets:

If you wanna be my lover you gotta buy me all these games

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Anonymous sent:
Do you have tips if how to draw noses like front view of it.

owlerart:

Study. First thing I would suggest is studying noses, look at lots and lots of noses, photos, real life, a mirror, wherever. Study and break down the nose into shapes you can easily understand. Use what ever shapes you’re most comfortable with, draw lots.image

Explore Variety. Noses vary a lot, I tend to find everyone has their own ‘ideal’ looking nose they default to (like me, I pretty much only draw one kind of nose), but for practice you should draw all kinds and mess around. You can play with size, make things pointy, tilt them up or down, thin or bulbus etc. etc. Cartoons are a good source to see how you can exaggerate. A distinctive nose is a great way of locking down a character’s look.

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Simplify. You may find that when you draw every line you see on the nose your drawings look ugly. Best way to fix that is to simplify them and drop out unnecessary lines. Now how far you go is entirely up to you and down to both personal preference and the style you may be going for. What I tend to do is just draw the nostrils, and then just shade underneath. But there are no real rules and loads of different ways of representing noses:

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I dunno if any of that helped, best of luck anyways! ^w^;

Anonymous sent:
What do you consider "productive" art? Also what did you draw everyday? I'm curious, was it fundamentals? What tips do you have for people who want to start taking art seriously, but just isn't sure what to sketch or draw as practice?

kaisinel:

I think “productive” art is a very bad term, actually. I use it as a blanket statement for all the stuff that art instructors and art tips online tell you to do. Life drawing, material studies, figure drawing, perspective training, sighting, so on so forth. Fundamentals, yeah. 

I think the reason its been drilled into my head as “productive art”, is because every art instructor I’ve ever had has told me over and over again that everything else I loved to draw was complete trash. And its true. It doesn’t matter how much third-grade-Me loved my dumb scythe-tail bastet monster with a ginormous forehead, its all bull until I have the skill to render it convincingly. Yet still, I was filled with this sense of guilt and frustration that everything I enjoyed drawing—fantasy characters, sci-fi, creatures—was not real art. I did it anyway though because I was stubborn. And that’s what I drew every day. 

If you want to start taking art seriously, probably don’t make that mistake! I say maintain a balance of both. Don’t deprive yourself of what you love to draw,but make sure you don’t neglect fundamentals. Its like dessert vs vegetables. Warm up with gestures or something before you draw an actual person or animal, it’ll make the actual drawing better.

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THE GREAT THIEF!!

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THE GREAT THIEF!!

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nevver:

Hyperrealism, Adam Vinson

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eugenialoli:

“Kundalini" by Eugenia Loli.
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eugenialoli:

Kundalini" by Eugenia Loli.

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you are so great

blindthoughts:

Learning to open yourself up to others

blindthoughts:

Learning to open yourself up to others

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afrorevolution:

Can someone explain this to me?

This is describing the type of person who is there for you not because they genuinely care, but because they want to brag about how great of a person they are and use what they’ve done for you as an example. This type of person is always reminding you that you “owe them one” I have family members like this and they are extremely manipulative.

tofutits:

afrorevolution:

Can someone explain this to me?

This is describing the type of person who is there for you not because they genuinely care, but because they want to brag about how great of a person they are and use what they’ve done for you as an example. This type of person is always reminding you that you “owe them one” I have family members like this and they are extremely manipulative.

torterra:

a cute little predator i made yahoo

torterra:

a cute little predator i made yahoo