Got a weird and pretty dark request. You know how cloud's mom's door is open before anybody comes to search for survivors during the fire Sephiroth set? Well what if right after Sephiroth said "I'm going to see my mother" and stomped out of the shinra manor, he made a fucking B line right to Cloud's childhood home and not only personally killed her with his sword, but raped her while she was impaled. And not only would he be stabbing and raping her, his other hand would be preparing the god damn Fire 3 spell that burns the entire damn town down. If anyone is to draw this, I don't want there to be a single drop of comic relief and there shouldn't be, because it's not a funny moment at all, and he's completely out of his mind.
I'm having trouble getting motivated and honestly I haven't even gotten the basics down. Something like what you posted is still far beyond me.
Every time i feel as though i am improving, i suddenly forget how to draw a certain bodypart, or i cannot make the right contour, or the perspective is not correctly grounded to the horizon line, or i just forget the most basic shit for no reason. It's maddening.
Shitpost. Seriously, it helps you feel better, it's like a stream of consciousness converted into sketches.
Do a page or two of quick sketches of something you can always do. For me, I can always do guns and robots no matter how shitty I feel. Once you got a bit of energy going, branch out a bit or maybe practice fundamentals. I can personally vouch for How to Draw by Robertson for all the perspective you need and Constructive Anatomy by Bridgman for human anatomy construction and proportion. If you can't think of anything to draw I could list some basic ideas to get you going.
Use reference for proportions, don't commit until your construction looks good, and redo construction you know is bad. I should follow my own advice more You could always draw gondolas too, especially as an excuse to also work on environments and/or composition.
Got a request. Could someone draw Holla Forums's board tan (the one that's a man) in the place of Pink from this scene in In the Flesh. Have him start when he says "are there any queers in the theatre tonight". When he says that one in the spotlight have him point to a green user. When he says that one looks Jewish have him point at mark, when he says that one's a coon make him point at /fur/'s mascot n8 or f8, and pick your own when he says one with spots and one smoking a joint. Maybe /a/ for one cause they're a popular board.
And just make it a comic cause I don't expect you guys to animate. Sorry for big request.
Nice! Thanks, man!
That actually sounds pretty doable.
/r/questing the sea emperor playing chess or vidya with red user
I wonder what the kemonomimi version of gondola would be, like if in some anime where the protagonist suddenly became aware of the gondolas everywhere but one got turned into a human girl for whatever bullshit gimmick legs and thighs
You've somehow made a worse Scrappy Doo. Congratulations user.
I don't want to be a furry user. I can't see the paws with that pose and if I don't look at the face I can ignore the snout too. The ears and tail I can just pretend it's a catgirl so I think it's safe for me to enjoy this without cross the line. But I'm warning you it's borderline. Good shit user I really like the shading(?) and tone(?).
Alright, if there are any Drawfags on right now who watch 8chanmania I have a request that shouldn't take too much since the art is shit I need a picture of this cunt, crying, or at the very least emulating this picture. I don't know that it will actually happen, but I'm hoping with my anus clenched that it.
But if it does, and I have the picture at my disposal it will make the story 1000000x better
Colors themselves look quite nice.I like the gradient on the heart and the eyes are simple but nice. Little flat overall but I think it's better than going all crazy with something simple like this. Looks good
I dunno, the head always comes out wrong, I cant seem to shape it or the ears properly, even with a character and superior nippon pixiv art as reference. Shading just looks muddy and blurry too. Supposed to be a rockruff
Theres also this wonky ass shit where i have to choose between fur transition and shading? Look how it loses definition.
Also, use real boys as your inspiration, the butt of your animal looks like it's drooping too low, unless it's an artistic choice then I'll leave it alone. I draw some of the guys I talk to, they like their juicy asses being converted into delicious 2D. Always use real world references until the proportions are iron into your mind just enough that you won't need them as often, you can also use different references and alter them to suit your bidding, for example, I can alter the girl in the second picture into a male, or in your case, a furry animal.
Listen here you cunt, you don't just start posting faggot furshit porn and expect people not to tell you to fuck off.
TNA-user here. I'm laughing so hard I spit out my drink, welp guess this is what it's gonna look like now
I like it. Looks good but maybe your unsure about it cause the lighting and shading are muted. Though you could work on it more and add more contrast to make things pop out more. youtube.com/watch?v=QA2dLTOJfJk
Show me a picture of the ss13 clown and Chen honkhonk doing the fusion dance into Cheown?
I'd bet /loomis/ would be helfpul too. They're give him shit but also artistic advice.
Probably, but if I remember, /ic/ wasn't the fastest board from back then either, so I imagine /loomis/ would have quite slow PPH, no?
I don't like posting on /fur/ for certain reasons.
Anyways, someone ended up giving me a redline either way, so I can see where I fucked up, and how to give it a little more energy. It's too late to correct it though, but I still need to draw the head which is giving me problems, and also still have that blending issue so I dunno
And we don't like you posting here for certain reasons. This is a drawthreads for dumb vidya requests, not for you to ask for advice on your furry porn. /loomis/ is slow but postable, it's about the same speed as this thread is currently.
I am drawing a vidya character and asked for art advice. How does that not belong? Because nobody asked for it specifically? Do you want me to break out a VPN and pretend to ask for it so its (((kosher)))? Calm your tits
Oh come the fuck on user, don't play dumb. You know exactly why you're getting this negative reaction here. What was acceptable to post on Holla Forums four or five years ago isn't the same now and you damn well know that.
Do you see anyone who could give you advice that they know how to practice in this thread right now? You're better off seeking out threads on boards that can actually tend to your specific needs. This thread is meant for drawfag deliveries and not inquiries about improvement.
I'm so shit that this looks good to me, but if you want advice, then zoom in and erase the extra hairs or make bolder lines.
Work on your line weight and maybe use a program that has a stabilizer. If you want to go the extra mile work the linework into the colors so it disappears and instead leaves a gradient that gives the illusion of a line by contrasting with the background.
Would it be worth it to do the linework in eg Sai or Krita, then bump it over to PS for the coloring? I've always tried to avoid stabilizers if I could
That's an option, too. I remember there being a paid 3rd party stabilizer for Photoshop. The question is, do you want to keep the linework visible? If yes, then a stabilizer might be your best choice right now.
Out of curiosity, do you draw with your wrist or your full arm? Usually lines get wonky when you try and force your hand to do lines that go against its natural pivot arch.
If you'd like something to read on this issue, you can probably check out Scott Robertson's books or his youtube channel.
I usually use my wrist. If I have to draw a circle, I do loosen up and try to use my shoulder but it doesn't usually look much better. Either way, if I try to draw a straight line, it usually ends up fairly arced
You can try and counteract that with some traditional practice on some paper. Mark two points some distance apart and connect them with one straight line. You can then repeat that digitally. I found that it helps both your hand and eyes. The trick is not to slow down and have it be a quick motion.
If you are talking about by hand with pen and paper then its a combination of working light to dark and dawning with your whole arm at a drafting table and using rulers, compass and whatever other tools you discover. When working with a Tablet it's hard to avoid shaky hands and even harder to not resort to drawing from the writs. I found a plugin called Lazy Nezumi Pro that works wonders. The other solution is to incorporate the sketchiness of your drawings into account for your style so that it complements the design. So, for example, Katsuya Terada or Yoji Shinkawa work. Another solution is to work more painterly as if you are working in Oil and ignore linework altogether.
wast of time to do that.
yeah, it comes with a demo, and it's pretty good. You can adjust all manner of setting that help to normalize the line so you can adjust it to be a very subtle effect of being very pronounced.
that is an entirely different discipline. Useful advice but not related.