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Ky - 20yr
You've stumbled on a blog that generally has no purpose other to reblog things that catch my interest or to post up some arts. I don't post a whole lot, as I'm..a wuss, simply put.
Aspiring artist, but generally indecisive.

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yakis:

Rough and semi-fast sketch and color of one of my favorite girlies! u wu

Reblogging for the day crew! = w=9

yakis:

Rough and semi-fast sketch and color of one of my favorite girlies! u wu

Reblogging for the day crew! = w=9




Rough and semi-fast sketch and color of one of my favorite girlies! u wu

Rough and semi-fast sketch and color of one of my favorite girlies! u wu




grizandnorm:

Tuesday Tips SUPER WEEK - More Acting Less AnatomyI’ve received a few message asking me how to draw simple generic characters (male, female) for story boarding, and what to do when there’s no character design. I will go over all that stuff, but I need to emphasize something first. I used to be obsessed with muscles and specific anatomy when I was drawing anything. Thanks to 90s superhero comic books and raging hormones, it kept me from embracing the storytelling aspect of sketching. Even later on in art school, I would spend WAY took much time on getting that perfect line quality. Animation Storyboarding squashed most of those inclinations out of me, and that’s good. I need to confess that I almost caved in and “cleaned up” the drawings on this page. This is how I draw when do a “first pass” or just trying to find ideas. That way, I don’t lose the energy or feel of my first instinct when approaching a sequence. Here’s something you’ll hear many times if you hang around story people: “It’s not about pretty drawings.” I agree and disagree to a certain extent, but the sentiment is right. It’s about telling a story and not letting other things (like lines, musculature, clothing, etc.) get in the way of doing so clearly.Once again, message me if you have requests for the next installments.Norm

grizandnorm:

Tuesday Tips SUPER WEEK - More Acting Less Anatomy

I’ve received a few message asking me how to draw simple generic characters (male, female) for story boarding, and what to do when there’s no character design. I will go over all that stuff, but I need to emphasize something first. I used to be obsessed with muscles and specific anatomy when I was drawing anything. Thanks to 90s superhero comic books and raging hormones, it kept me from embracing the storytelling aspect of sketching. Even later on in art school, I would spend WAY took much time on getting that perfect line quality. Animation Storyboarding squashed most of those inclinations out of me, and that’s good. I need to confess that I almost caved in and “cleaned up” the drawings on this page. This is how I draw when do a “first pass” or just trying to find ideas. That way, I don’t lose the energy or feel of my first instinct when approaching a sequence. Here’s something you’ll hear many times if you hang around story people: “It’s not about pretty drawings.” I agree and disagree to a certain extent, but the sentiment is right. It’s about telling a story and not letting other things (like lines, musculature, clothing, etc.) get in the way of doing so clearly.

Once again, message me if you have requests for the next installments.

Norm




eatbarberrypieordie:

Photographer: Agata Serge Photography
Model: Luca Hollestelle




mockingjellyfish:

by  千晴




malerfique:

concept art oficial and bonus  http://rebeccasugar.tumblr.com/search/steven+universe







Everything is Harry Potter and Avatar and nothing hurts.

Except for…everything…




justgo-up:

thousands of flower petals covering a town, blasted from a neighboring volcano, in Costa Rica.


under: #inspiration


"If a Disney princess had night terrors, the story of Sansa Stark might be what woke her up screaming. Often overlooked in favor of her killer kid sister, the elder Stark sibling has had all her illusions about the world, and her safety in it, shattered. But her quiet, innate political shrewdness and emotional strength have enabled her to survive in a royal court that likely would have cost every other member of her family their heads. She’s the show’s best-kept secret." - Rollingstone about Sansa Stark in their list of top 40 game of thrones characters. Sansa is number 4. x  (via margaerystyrells)