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boop > A <

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A WIP which I’ll never end~ I know it, trust me

Bunny girl Aoi from the project Orenda - this piece is probably after a timeskip. Well, I did it mostly for shading exercise.

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Yey, I’ve drawn something after 123456673 years~

Maxine will hear none of your shit

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Just an easy trick I learned a few years ago that I thought I’d share. May not work 100% all the time, but works well for simple hand/arm placement.



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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.

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or at least how i do it LOL 8D

you need SAI (or any paint tool) and PHOTOSCAPE.

**the download link for SAI is a DIRECT DOWNLOAD, which means it doesn’t open any window/tab, it just downloads SAI directly and instantly into your computer.

1. open SAI, make a new canvas.


2. after you finish drawing your first frame..


this will make it easier to be copied and pasted onto the second frame.

3. it’s time to make the second frame!


4. go back to your first frame, ctrl+a, then ctrl+c. :D


the rationale of the copied+pasted first frame being sandwiched is:


erase on the second layer, draw the outline of your new movements on the top layer, then apply colors for your new movements on the bottom layer.

now you have two frames (i will only make 2 frames because i am lazy *u*):


frame 1


frame 2

5. now  let’s make this little chichi dance! 8D

it’s time we open PHOTOSCAPE and click on the ANIGIF tab. :3


if you explore the wonders of the gif options (OK WAT), you will discover that you can actually change how fast your gif will move, or resize it. 

save your gif

tadaaaa~ now we have a dancing/running/whatev chichi!! :D


OHOHOHO awkward dance is awkward. ;u;

thanks for reading! :*

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You can edit the contrast of your sketch before proceeding to the next step. :3


Simply put, the MULTIPLY mode makes your layer see-through, so you are able to put colors under it.


Double click on the layer to rename it. :)






P.S. sorry, i don’t have a 100% sure working link for SAI download. ;n;

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Very cool!


Map of World Mythology

Whaddaya think, guys?

Simple, but pretty!

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1. New clothes!!!
2. New underwear is better though :)
3. Checking self out in a mirror
4. Sleeping position
5. Waking up after a long nap
6. With siblings (if they have none, with a friend they’d consider a sibling)
7. The “I’m too lazy to go get a haircut” look
8. Attempting something they suck at
9. Standing/Doing something with altered-gender self
10. Spotting someone really attractive
11. Reacting to a spider near by
12. Sick day in
13. On their way to school/work
14. Picture from when they were younger
15. A day at the beach
16. Snow day!!!
17. Battle stance!
18. Formal wear B)
19. Super embarrassed over something
20. Showing off new/first tattoo
21. Relaxing in their favorite way
22. As a different species
23. In a different art style
24. A glimpse into their future appearance
25. In their favorite outfit
26. Sick day in
27. Playing a sport
28. Playing an instrument
29. Painting their nails/doing makeup/prettying up somehow
30. “But first, lemme take a selfie”

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while this is mostly about facts, there are a lot of opinions in this tutorial (namely my distrust on several brands marketing strategies, and my opinion that’s better to start with cheap student quality stuff. LOTS of people disagree on that point) as well that you should take as what they are: personal opinions.

this is the result of several years of research on creating a cheap but high quality palette that would help me.

other things to be aware of: pigments are generally more resistant in oil and acrylics than they are in watercolor. but there are a couple of pigments that work well in watercolor but really badly in oil.

pigments through the ages
a comprehensive guide to watercolor pigments and a lot of tests on popular brands
about van gogh’s bedroom
Blue and Yellow don’t make green by Michael Wilcox

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Some good tips about comic lettering from Nate Piekos of

Takes 5 minutes to read. Please check these out guys!


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dserpentes said:

!!!! Looks so neat

Haha, thank you. Again, I love the colours on this current theme ;P

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Anonymous said:

I miss your art :/

It’s really nice to read such message (at least someone to see the stuff I draw)…. But honestly I dont really know when Im going to post new stuff. I have some sketches and WIPs, but nothing from more… “serious” work, unfortnately. It really feels bizarre that-… uhm yeah, me, not drawing. I still have lots of ideas, sometimes I feel inspired to draw something, but I have no motivation left for anything whatsoever. I just really hope that stuff will go better soon in my life, because seriously it’s so mentally and emotionally draining.

I will post some of the very…sketchy sketches soon, I guess, but please dont expect much… It’s really nothing big. Im glad youre one patient pal - its really heartwarming that you still care for my drawings ;3;

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After a really long time, finally changed the theme on this blog~

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Hey, this was a little while back, but you got a question about about coming up with names for characters once you know the naming conventions of a species/race/culture/etc. I recently found a generator that lets you input guidelines for the names it generates. It’s extremely customizable and it’s become one of my new favorite go to resources. My only complaint would be that it doesn’t have a way to specify omissions, only things you want to include meaning that if you want names that start with any letter but ‘r’, you would have to specify that you want names that start with a, b, c, d, e, and so on all the way through q, and s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z, instead of just saying no r’s. Still, it’s by and far the best name generator I’ve come across and I wanted to share it with all of my fellow science fiction and fantasy writers out there.