mcoats:

maxmayo:

Men Skin Undertones

Re-blogging as reference for later. Nice handy skin pantones :)

handy skin tone reference for character designing….

luniara:

phenergan:

There is a serious lack of booboo tutorials.

Boo booos!

idk-how-to-art:

Src:

This is showing how you grip a sword

hannnnddss. hand refs. Moar.

fryingtoilet:

Hands and Feet for school! fuck im so tired….’-‘

uploading a few useful art refs~

Love the shading on these…

the-goddamazon:

literaryvice432:

kushitekalkulus:

COLLECTION OF YORUBA ORISHAS

Not to diss on Northern European mythologies but can we seriously have some fuckin’ recognition that there are religions and mythologies that are not Greek? Why the fuck did I learn about the Greeks 6 times but we never fucking talked about Africa or Central America or South America or Asia or even really the mythologies and beliefs of Native peoples of North America? 

We know why.

Thank you for these beautiful pictures and this post. (feels inspired)

A few people have asked about my art desk set up. (Through Youtube)

So I took some pictures with my webcam of the setup as a whole. Camera and everything. Nothing fancy.

All the art supplies I use is not in these pictures except for the coloring pencils which i use in every traditional picture I do.

Markers, crayon, or watercolor I usually just put those away. Until needed for a certain picture.

The main question that is usually asked is about how I set up my camera for a traditional drawing video. Well as you guys can see here I use a clamp thing because my table is normally done up in a slant (easier on the shoulders for me…) unless I’m working on a watercolor then I would put the table at a flat level.

And if anyone wants to know where I got this table, I got it from a family friend. As a gift.