OK SO I REVERSED SOME OF THE AUDIO IN THE BACKGROUND OF FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDYS AND HOLY SHIT GUYS I’M LITERALLY CREEPED OUT
For the FIRST TIME EVER, I am doing commissions! And at a low-low price of $5 each for a limited time!
Contact me by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org with your idea/character description, or a link to references, and let’s get this ball rolling! Or reblog! Or snapchat this to your friends! Spread the word :)
Threw some colors on Chris Samnee’s Spider - Gwen sketch he did. I’m really psyched for this book and I don’t even like Gwen Stacy! Go get ‘em Jason and Robbi!
Okay, what?!! Fresh off her Eisner win Jordie decided to take time to color one o’ my drawrings!!
Love it, ma’am!! Woo!! :D
Hey guys! Courtney here! Okay, if you’re like me at all, then foreshortening is something you absolutely hate to even THINK about attempting. I have asked for advice everywhere, and each person I’ve asked has given me a different technique that really confused me. I was browsing youtube and found this method (also there is a bonus tip showing how to draw arms and legs!). It’s so much easier than just eyeballing it (which I have tried [and failed at] doing).
The links below show other methods of how to use forshortening to create the effects that you want, more than just limbs flying in your face (but seriously, who doesn’t love a good flying fist into the audience?)
I hope you enjoy! And don’t forget: practice makes perfect, and even as tedious and tiresome as it may get, you’ll keep getting better…and better…until you’re even more freaking awesome than you already are!!
The coil technique has helped me a lot recently.
Specifically, super heroes (X-Men have highest chance of happening), fantasy characters that have picture reference (no, don’t send me a link to a written description from a book, I wanna be lazy), or your OC’s (provide ref).
Can’t guarantee how many (if any) I’ll do, but it’s something to keep me busy with Sketchbet.
Finished pieces will be posted on my super cool art blog.