bye-byemissamericanpie:

overnight-shipping:

fuckingconversations:

flowchartsforlife:

Interesting, this shows the probably of a child’s eye color based on the eye color of its parents!

For more obscure eye colors…. 
About 2% of the world has Green eyes. 
Amber is a bit more rare, having a yellow-gold tint, with copper/russet undertones. (Sunlight through a glass of whiskey, you know who I’m talking about) (Actually, he has Hazel eyes, but occasionally gets terrific lighting that makes it look amber) Light brown eyes are often mistaken for Amber, but there is a difference - The yellow and orange is far more distinct in Amber eyes. 

Violet/Purple eyes are the third rarest. Having Occular Albinism is far more common than full Albinism. 

It actually results in super pale blue eyes, but the red blood in their iris will often show through, resulting in a pale purple tone. 
It comes with a host of eye-related disorders and sensitivities. (Mostly because there is no pigmentation in the iris, therefore your pupil dilating or shrinking has very little effect on how much light actually enters the eye - Eye damage occurs very easily, and the optic nerve has a harder time developing)
Black eyes are second-most rare, occurring from a Super-melanistic genetic trait similar to Albinism, but on the opposite scale. Many people say that true black eyes do not exist. They argue that black eye color is rather very dark brown color, so dark that it appears black.

Full Albinism resulting in red eyes is the most rare. 


Just curious, what about grey eyes? Because one of my friends has grey eyes and I’m not kidding in the slightest.

Gray eyes are the same as blue, genetically speaking.
One theory is that in gray eyes, there are larger deposits of collagen in the stroma, resulting in Mie scattering rather than Rayleigh scattering (which is basically the difference between seeing a blue sky and a gray sky, for an analogy).
The other explanation is that there might be different concentrations of melanin at the front of the stroma.

bye-byemissamericanpie:

overnight-shipping:

fuckingconversations:

flowchartsforlife:

Interesting, this shows the probably of a child’s eye color based on the eye color of its parents!

For more obscure eye colors…. 

About 2% of the world has Green eyes. 

Amber is a bit more rare, having a yellow-gold tint, with copper/russet undertones. (Sunlight through a glass of whiskey, you know who I’m talking about) (Actually, he has Hazel eyes, but occasionally gets terrific lighting that makes it look amber) Light brown eyes are often mistaken for Amber, but there is a difference - The yellow and orange is far more distinct in Amber eyes. 

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Violet/Purple eyes are the third rarest. Having Occular Albinism is far more common than full Albinism. 

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It actually results in super pale blue eyes, but the red blood in their iris will often show through, resulting in a pale purple tone. 

It comes with a host of eye-related disorders and sensitivities. (Mostly because there is no pigmentation in the iris, therefore your pupil dilating or shrinking has very little effect on how much light actually enters the eye - Eye damage occurs very easily, and the optic nerve has a harder time developing)

Black eyes are second-most rare, occurring from a Super-melanistic genetic trait similar to Albinism, but on the opposite scale. Many people say that true black eyes do not exist. They argue that black eye color is rather very dark brown color, so dark that it appears black.

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Full Albinism resulting in red eyes is the most rare. 

Just curious, what about grey eyes? Because one of my friends has grey eyes and I’m not kidding in the slightest.

Gray eyes are the same as blue, genetically speaking.

One theory is that in gray eyes, there are larger deposits of collagen in the stroma, resulting in Mie scattering rather than Rayleigh scattering (which is basically the difference between seeing a blue sky and a gray sky, for an analogy).

The other explanation is that there might be different concentrations of melanin at the front of the stroma.

mikikoponczeck:

More pose references! (hands & face) :>
Part 1 is here.

2 of 2.

mikikoponczeck:

Endling needed some pose references for sketching, so we took a few pictures. :3 Feel free to use for practice etc. (no commercial use please)

Part 1 of 2. 

Part 2 is here.

ihateyourfriends:

but in the meantime, here are some heads without context

ihateyourfriends:

but in the meantime, here are some heads without context

nayrosartrefs:

Some awesome leg tutorials done by n3m0s1s.

tobleronesandbreadsticks:

battasenpai:

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some nice programs to draw

  • mtPaint: free source tool designed to make pixel art. for Linux or Windows.

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  • character maker: it’s to make charsets for rpgmaker but you can use it for whatever you want. it’s in both english and spanish.

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  • sekka: free source tool to draw things like these:

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Can I add Pixen? It’s Mac OSX only, but it’s really nice. You can make gifs and animations with it, too!

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claire-sketches:

dinolich:

veesdumpingrounds:

tiny tutorial thing I meant to make for the people I sometimes help out on portefolios : ) just wanted to share perspective doesnt have to be a bugger, yknow ? 

great advice! In storyboarding no one has the time to draw out full and complete perspective grids, these are great ways to get a sense of depth and field in a short amount of time.

Great advice on perspective!

fashioninfographics:

A Guide to Skirts
More Visual Glossaries (for Her): Backpacks / Bags / Hats / Belt knots / Coats / Collars / Darts / Dress Silhouettes / Eyeglass frames / Hangers / Harem Pants / Heels / Nail shapes / Necklaces / Necklines /  Puffy Sleeves / Shoes / Shorts / Silhouettes / Skirts / Tartans / Vintage Hats / Waistlines / Wool

diaemyung:

However, the shadow depends on colour of light too. This colour method is from transitional classic oil painting. This method is more effective when you do water-mixed oil painting. 

If you want to know colour harmony, please check 【Basic Colour Harmony】Tutorial

grizandnorm:

Tuesday Tips — Asymmetry in facial expressions.A lot of times, asymmetry will bring energy and movement to a pose or composition. More specifically, I feel like breaking the symmetry of a character’s expression is key to bring interest to it. Of course, there’s always a situation where there’s a need for symmetry. On top of my head, I can think of depicting a character who has an authority role, or the “undefeated champion of something”, or the “cold stone killer”, etc. So, a symmetrical facial expression usually means the character is: supremely bored, supremely confident, has no emotions, has a poker face, or is dead. Did I miss one? Symmetry in framing is also quite rare, but when handled by a master (Kubrick, Anderson), it’s undeniable. (If you have time, watch this: http://vimeo.com/89302848)Now, back to asymmetry in facial expressions. In general, it’s a great way to flesh out a character’s thought process. What is he/she thinking about? What’s their goal?I’m just touching the tip of the iceberg here. Way more tips to come in the future. Maybe next time, I’ll start to cover GESTURES.Completely unrelated to the subject, I recently read a list of tips from movie director Sam Mendes. Here’s my favorite: “Try to learn to make the familiar strange, and the strange familiar. …”Norm

grizandnorm:

Tuesday Tips — Asymmetry in facial expressions.

A lot of times, asymmetry will bring energy and movement to a pose or composition. More specifically, I feel like breaking the symmetry of a character’s expression is key to bring interest to it. Of course, there’s always a situation where there’s a need for symmetry. On top of my head, I can think of depicting a character who has an authority role, or the “undefeated champion of something”, or the “cold stone killer”, etc. So, a symmetrical facial expression usually means the character is: supremely bored, supremely confident, has no emotions, has a poker face, or is dead. Did I miss one? Symmetry in framing is also quite rare, but when handled by a master (Kubrick, Anderson), it’s undeniable. (If you have time, watch this: http://vimeo.com/89302848)

Now, back to asymmetry in facial expressions. In general, it’s a great way to flesh out a character’s thought process. What is he/she thinking about? What’s their goal?

I’m just touching the tip of the iceberg here. Way more tips to come in the future. Maybe next time, I’ll start to cover GESTURES.

Completely unrelated to the subject, I recently read a list of tips from movie director Sam Mendes. Here’s my favorite: “Try to learn to make the familiar strange, and the strange familiar. …”

Norm

kidanoche:

sugaryrainbow:

I just realized that I hit over 1k followers ; u ;/ I have no idea where you guys came from, but thank you so much ♥ fjdksfs!

Been asked numerous times over the past few months to make a tutorial on how I color and stuff. I have never really made one before so yeah fjksdfs;;;

You do not have to rely on my info if you find it confusing or pointless ; 3 ; ♥ If you have any other questions, please let me know!

Reminder: Pony Raffle

PLEASE AND THANK

tysontan:

Krita the Digital Painting App now on Steam!

This Kiki the Cyber Squirrel, the mascot of Krita the digital painting app. This picture is used as Krita 2.8’s startup splash and Krita’s Steam box art, cover art and avatar as well.

Wallpaper version available!
Wallpaper version of the first picture, includes popular resolutions for PC, smartphones and pads.
» Download! «

What is Krita?

Krita is the only digital painting tool I’m using. It is a free (as in freedom), open source software. It offers a sophisticated brush system, packs in almost everything that a digital painter needs and is very easy to use.

Help Krita on Steam Greenlight!

Krita is now available for Windows PC, and the develop team is trying to get Greenlight on Steam as well. Please help them (and thus helps everyone)!

» Krita on Steam «

What I like about Krita

Krita’s page has detailed introduction of what it is capable of. I would like to cover a few things that I really like about Krita here as well:

Brush:

  • Krita’s brush system is fast and smooth. It is optimized for graphics tablets with pressure support.
  • Ruler tool assistance when drawing long curves (something comparable to SAI).
  • It doesn’t draw jigsaws when zoomed out (my nightmare when using Adobe Photoshop).

Command:

Krita has a friendly, highly customizable user interface. The basic operations when using a brush tool are:

  • Shift + drag = Change brush size
  • Ctrl = temporary color picker
  • Middle button + hover movement = Move canvas
  • Ctrl + Middle button + hover movement up / down = Zoom canvas
  • Shift + Middle button + hover movement around = Rotate canvas

Simply right click and you can access:

  • Color picker
  • Recently used colors
  • Favorite tool presents

Layer:

  • Supports layer with many mixing method.
  • Supports layer group.
  • Supports layer mask.

Resize:

High quality resize with Lanczos3 filter. It doesn’t produce inferior shrinking result like Adobe Photoshop does sometimes.

GPU Acceleration:

  • GPU accelerated fast & high quality canvas rotation and zooming.
  • Realtime mirrored view mode.
  • Color management support.
Free as in Freedom:

Krita is free (libre) and open source software. Its source codes are publicly available. You can study, modify, and distribute Krita without restriction. You can learn more about Free Software Movement.

The Mascot

And yes, I designed Krita’s mascot, Kiki the Cyber Squirrel. I’ve also designed Krita’s box art, banner art and projet avatar on Steam. Krita’s next major release, Krita 2.8, scheduled on late February, will have my picture as its startup splash as well! I’m very happy to see my work becomes useful to the project!

Additional resources:

David Revoy has been making tutorials and resources for Krita, available on his website. If you are new to Krita, make sure to visit his place for some useful tips and brushes! Please visit David’s website.

IF ANY OF MY FOLLOWERS WANT SAI (WITH TRANSPARENCY) AND PHOTOSHOP CS6;

brorails:

SAI

PHOTOSHOP

i’ll tag it in my art tag so that you guys can find it easily too!!

savagefluff:

teamheadcanon:

fuckyeahcharacterdevelopment:

kaxbeokay:


preservedcucumbers:
Skin tone practice using Lauren K. Cannon’s tutorials. Guys this painting stuff is really fun.
Posting this because I figure someone else might benefit from these tutorials, they’re awesome.

EVERYONE. PLEASE.



I think I’ve already reblogged this but idc I NEED IT

Good skin ref! THX

savagefluff:

teamheadcanon:

fuckyeahcharacterdevelopment:

kaxbeokay:

preservedcucumbers:

Skin tone practice using Lauren K. Cannon’s tutorials. Guys this painting stuff is really fun.

Posting this because I figure someone else might benefit from these tutorials, they’re awesome.

EVERYONE. PLEASE.

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I think I’ve already reblogged this but idc I NEED IT

Good skin ref! THX

fucktonofanatomyreferences:

Another splendid fuck-ton of clothing references (per request).

Someone scanned this from a book called “Drawing Yaoi.”