akkochi said: hhhhh your art is so beautiful u v u. I'm wondering if you could do some references on backs? Of course only if you have time and feel like doing so o v o;;;
Shout out to this incredible color resource site! They give you anything and everything you could ever want to know about a color from color schemes to RGB percentage makeup. There’s even a color blindness simulator for help with using visible/accessible colors for all viewers.
So keep this site in mind if you’re a graphic designer, interior designer, artist, color enthusiast, or whatever! It’s quite awesome.
Someone asked about how I export 3D vector renders, so I put together a little walkthrough
I’m using Maya, so I’m not sure if this will apply to other 3d programs.
First create your models. Very important step :D
Switch your render settings to Maya Vector.
If this option isn’t available, go to Window > Setting/ Preferences > Plug-In Manager and make sure it’s checked.
Under the Maya Vector tab in Render Settings, turn off fill objects (if you just want the edges) and turn include edges on. Make sure to check hidden edges if you have intersecting shapes
If you want the entire mesh wireframe to show, harden the normals of your mesh.
Default normal angle:
Now, rendering time! Sometimes I just save a high resolution render as an png and use that, but for more control you can export it to Adobe Illustrator. Go back to the common tab and choose the adobe illustrator format.
Switch the menu set to “rendering” and go to Render > Batch Render
the AI file will be saved in the image folder of your project
and…tada. Adobe power!
Costume Design - Clayton Stillwell | CGMA
I didn’t see any many galaxy/nebula brushes floating around, so I made my own! (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧*:･ﾟ✧ Hope someone find it helping ;v;
You have to add detail and effect by self, but it’s pretty easy!! Maybe I make tutorial on it later ;v;
I suggest detail and blend layers on luminosity or addition!! Use bright colours!
I suggest using a watercolour brush on following sets:
Min size: 60%
Keep opacity: yes
Smoothing Prs: 50%
Edge Hardness: 0
Min Density: 0
Max Dens Prs: 100%
Hard <-> Soft: 100
Dens: Yes Size: Yes Blend: Yes
I suggest using a brush on the following sets:
Min size: 3%
Keep opacity: no
Edge Hardness: 0
Min Density: 10
Max Dens Prs: 49%
Hard <-> Soft: 0
Dens: Yes Size: Yes Blend: No
I was looking for fonts recently and fell in love with many, so I figured I’d compile all my favorites. Some of them require a tweet or Facebook post to download. All credit goes to their respective makers.
Anonymous said: GOD I LOVE HOW YOU DRAW NOSES PLS TEACH ME HOWWW ^n^
my noses usually follow the same four-step process, no matter which angle they’re being drawn from:
and then exactly the same from the side:
it’s always the same four stages: circle, nostrils, bridge, flourish
then if you’re me you’ll colour the whole thing with an obnoxious red bc tumblr noses are the bomb dot com
portraying different nose types is done during the nostrils and bridge stage by elongating/tilting/shrinking the nostrils and then just generally playing around with the bridge
Brush settings! I get asked this a lot so I’m going to be spamming this link everywhere.
Please check FAQ for technical questions, I PROMISE half of them are there.
And a older version.
Also PLEASE follow my IG if you’d like to see brush/line techniques and stuff! I literally have to redirect people to insta posts every few days. Thanks!