Hey new followers!
In addition to writing, I also reblog art and great writing/drawing tips.
This tutorial is incredible if you are a character designer looking to diversify your female characters. Adding weight to a character is not as simple as drawing a simple body and curving the lines; you have to know the body structure to get it right.
I tried the second character from the left “Gwen” and was shocked at how close my sketch came to this tutorial.
A helpful guide for comic artists, character designers, and cosplayers alike.
These are cute.
yes yes yes good reference! also remember that people can have fat on their face, even under their chin (gasp!) and giving your chubbier characters a look other than the sharp, chiseled jawline goes a long way towards fat realism~
also, everything goes squish!
i ought to do a bunch of reference pictures for how fat behaves on a body. there are plenty of skinny references out there, but not so many fatter ones, i think.
my friend was cold so I told her to stand in a corner
corners are 90 degrees
I had to lean back in my chair and stare out the window for several minutes because I am so done with this website.
reblogging again for that comment
This colour co-ordinated lady is Marie who I saw on North Avon Road. She told me she was in her 80s and didn’t use the internet but seemed to enjoy the idea of being on it :”Maybe I’ll be famous in my old age!”
let’s make her famous!!!
long live blue nana
Long live blue nana!!
guys make her internet famous!
My Facebook and G+ newsfeeds have been filled with pink and red lately, so it seemed important to point out to the queer and allied in my life that Human Rights Campaign actually has a track record of promoting some rights at the expense of others. Being a fairly rough-and-tumble sort of cisgender queer man, I waded in.
It’s frankly unconscionable; transgender rights are integral to queer liberation, and moreover transfolks are our sisters and brothers, have shed the same blood, sweat, and tears in horrifying numbers for the same goals. The fact that names like Virginia Prince and Sylvia Rae Rivera aren’t as prominent in our histories as Harvey Milk says, I think, all it needs to about the need for some pink and purple soul-searching. Go forth and introspect.
Visually, too, I think the HRC equality logo leaves a bit to be desired, but I made minimal changes. The colors are based on the transgender pride flag designed by Monica Helms in 1999, the most widely used of several designs and to my eye, the most pleasing.
People need to know that the most visible LGBT “equality” organization out there continues to only fight for gay and lesbian equality at the expense of everyone else.
Trans allies, please repost. (And don’t give money to HRC.)
You don’t need clips for Supernatural. It’s the entire show.
Breathing is not actually a requirement for this.