i made a tutorial for male crotches
Roberto Ferri. I CAVALIERI DELL’APOCALISSE (The Horsemen of the Apocalypse). 2011.
Fine, detailed and subtle animated artwork created by New York illustrator Rebecca Mock. Apparently the animated gif back to stay, gradually more and more people are exploring this old format and customers asking for shouting. Several of these illustrations were created for the New York Times or The Warlus magazine.
"Here. Here’s simple and happy. That’s what I meant to give you."
ok, this person does some choice aliens. Go check this person out, seriously.
As someone trying to design a bushel of aliens for a setting, Zarnala makes me want to build a shrine in their name and leave them sacrifices for inspiration.
i usually use the spread brush for lines and then i mess around with the blending modes, using either brush or marker, more often the brush :B
i use low blending to blend the color in quicker with fewer strokes sometimes or when it’s in tiny spots
and i sometimes use the flat brushes that make it a bit more blocky
then it’s a bit of messing with the settings to find whats a good feel for ur brushes and whatnot
im not that good with explanations but i hope it helped somehow?? :’0
celestial anime cat being.
Food Styling and Photography for “Goodforks”
Doodlecrackstar asked for a Pickles icon, and uhhhh apparently I am bad at confining myself to 100x100 pixels. So here is a Pickles illustration, that is way too big! I will … try to crop this.
how to make this
look like THIS
While there are many different techniques for painting foam cosplay pieces, this is the method I use for metal armor that works really well for me. So I have typed out exactly what I do in hopes that it will maybe help someone.
I specifically used this technique for foam Iron Man armor, but it can be used for most metal props.
warning: very pic and text heavy