i sure as hell hope this one is a little more informative than the nose tutorial. beware of really bad handwriting and possible grammar mistakes.
i was asked to make an eye tut as well. you can find the nose tut right here; CLICK YO
i really hope i’ll be able to help at least a bit! cheers xxx
A mouth-watering fuck-ton of hand references.
[From various sources]
some nice programs to draw
- mtPaint: free source tool designed to make pixel art. for Linux or Windows.
- 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.
- scribblertoo: really nice website to draw with.
- sekka: free source tool to draw things like these:
Can I add Pixen? It’s Mac OSX only, but it’s really nice. You can make gifs and animations with it, too!
sorry for my bad hand writing
The point I’m trying to drive home, is that draw things the way that best suits you. How-to-books had me all mixed up in my teen years, but then I decided to break the rules and do things my way.
THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING
A quick tutorial on how I paint (mostly angular) shaped objects in a BG.
Someone requested a hand tutorial, so I rambled. I didn’t even get to everything I would like to, so here is a part!
Thanks. I’ve been consciously trying to get better at hands for ten years, and I still suck, so I’m always grateful for new tutorials. Someday, one diagram, one line is gonna click it for me. This one’s great.
A spectacular fuck-ton of human leg references. [From various sources.]
hello! hey! quick psa!
when mixing skin tones, always mix in lighter and darker complimentary or analogous colors (such as pinks, reds, and purples) to change value, don’t just add black or white to change a value
this way you get a real nice looking palette like
instead of a dead looking palette like
unless you’re going for dead, in which case carry on