sutoart:

Please keep in mind that I’m not a professional or anything!

I just took some art classes when I was younger, so these are just a few things I remember or have learned since then!

Anyways, this ‘tutorial’ is just something I made very quickly…and I’m not good at explaining or teaching.

So please don’t take this seriously lol 

grypwolf:

Okay there is no way I can make this in only few steps so I made

PART 2. HOW I MAKE / SHADE “cartoonish” FUR!

> PART 1. HOW I MAKE/ SHADE “realistic” FUR!
Notice that even if I use Paint Tool SAI, everything I do here, can also be done in any painting / Drawing program just as photoshop, GIMP, painter, Paint shop pro etc.

Also I am not going to tell you how to color Black and white images.
Click here if you want to know how that is done.

SOOOO



 

PATIENCE, PATIENCE, PATIENCE - and if you don’t know how the fur works I recommend you use magical tool known as “google”.
Google it. “fur” “animal fur” “dogs” “cats” “horses” “monkeys” - they all have different kind of fur. I know you can do it if you just put your mind in to it and have fun.

fucktonofanatomyreferences:

A mouth-watering fuck-ton of hand references.

[From various sources]

augustuswatersbemine:

ijustreallylovegabriel:

this-time-for-sure:

Some awesome clothing I came across

oh dear god

They remind me a bit of Hetalia.. 

(Source: milaciray)

medacris:

jimmy-page-is-my-love:

HIGH SCHOOL FASHION, 1969

Thank you, Tumblr.

For some reason, Google was being difficult with me when I wanted to look up 1960’s/1970’s fashion for a drawing reference. It kept sending back a lot of Halloween costume references, instead of actual photos of clothing from the period. Thankfully, Tumblr has a lot of various clothing references archived just for this purpose.

kawanaii:

tenofswords618:

givemeinternet:

This is a theater stage for a play

no thats a boss battle

idk if someone added it already, but that is the stage of the Bregenzer Festspiele in Austria. Here are some more pictures of the stage from other plays:

instructions given to japanese school girls teaching them how to properly hold and defend themselves with an axe.

Also pretty sweet as reference oWo

(Source: kiriekagarino)

Is this even a body type tutorial?

(Source: theartoflottie)