Otakuite | Posted 07/11/17 | Reply
Thanks for the help Moani! I'll look right into it :)
Otakuite+ | Posted 07/10/17 | Reply
Posted something in the book. I feel this is where to start. More coming. payce
Mahalos for the comment.
Otakuite | Posted 07/09/17 | Reply
lol I'm perfectly fine with that, anatomy is probably the smartest to start with . And it's something I could definitely improve on.
Otakuite+ | Posted 07/08/17 | Reply
Ok. Well, honesty goes a long way. lol. How about we start with the easiest (Anatomy Structure Proportions). Then go on from there.
IMO I think this(ASP)should be the first thing to get used to.
Otakuite | Posted 07/08/17 | Reply
Well to be honest all three options would be really nice, but that would be asking for a bit much wouldn't?
thanx for the comment.
just curious what "reference guide" would you want to see? coloring? anatomy? perspective?
@Keba Si Rota:
Mahalos for the comment Keba. I'm happy you like them, it was fun drawing it. I didn't enter it because I was lazy to resubmit.[shrug]lol.
Local Demi-Fiend (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 07/08/17 | Reply
This is beautiful!
Thanks so much for the advice! It makes perfect sense, I'll start trying to reflect that on my art .
Don't Forget 3 Oct (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 07/08/17 | Reply
Words cannot describe how ecstatic I am that you drew my characters. They look so beautiful!
You mentioned that you were going to enter this into my Challenge. I'm not sure why you didn't. It's still going on after all.
Thanks a billion times for drawing my OCs!
Call it karma. Call it luck. Me, I just don't give a... BOUNCE!
Otakuite+ | Posted 07/07/17 | Reply
Mahalos for comment Percy. I see your progressing well over the weeks. The guides that I'm about to post will be more of quidelines and not straight up tutorials. While I was going to head down that route, I realized that it wasn't the path that should be taken. I learned faster by not repeating a tutorial but actually studying the elements that make up the design process, hence tips and reference sheets. I feel that if an artist learns what parts are needed to make a design work, then they really don't need a tutorial. Overall it will make you a better artist, faster.
Mahalos for the comment Groovy. Im glad to see you back and drawing again. Lately I've been practicing one feature per week and it's been helping me a lot. This week Imma try and work on clothing. I'm not really happy about the wrinkles.
Otakuite | Posted 07/07/17 | Reply
Wow this is extraordinary Moani! The lighting is on point and looks reallyyy good. The warm high contrast colors really make it stand out as well, fantastic job! If you ever make a digital art tutorial I'll definitely read it lol
Daaang Moani you're amazing! your studies and practice just gives the best results! and the fact that you're constantly trying (and succeeding) to get better really show how a great artist you are!