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#85626 - dashcamp
Reply +3
(07/24/2016) [-]
Having so much fun with drawing tablet.

Here's something I make to practice lining, these are character from a quite newly released indie game A healer only lives twice . Sweet game, too bad it is short. it got potential

Uploaded after couple edits with feedbacks
#85625 - pewtersprite
Reply +1
(07/24/2016) [-]
Death knight doodles!
#85621 - pickaxe ONLINE
Reply 0
(07/23/2016) [-]
okay, can't find a solution online.
Anyone know why armatures just simply won't move in some objects?
#85622 to #85621 - pickaxe ONLINE
Reply 0
(07/23/2016) [-]
narrowed it down to something in my model being fucky....
eH, I'll figure it out later. It ain't like I'm finished
#85642 to #85622 - pickaxe ONLINE
Reply 0
(07/24/2016) [-]
figured it out.
I kept "Edit center point" on.
I'm a fucking retard.
#85619 - torky ONLINE
Reply +5
(07/23/2016) [-]
Welp, this is the last one for the merchant comic, that may or not be made in the future.

The Shop: A small and portable shop that is just the right size for Merchant to stand in and just light enough to carry. The front also has a gate for the Merchant to get in and out of as well as an awning to provide shade to the Merchant as well as anyone short enough to get underneath. You'll usually see the Merchant in his shop.

The Back Room: Being a merchant, having a small shop limits the amount of items that can be carried in the physical space of a box, so Merchant installed a back room on his shop to store the rest of his loot/wares. The back room works by linking two magic doors together, with one in the back room and the other at the shop. Essentially, it is a portal between two places. The room is extremely convenient, with the Merchant being able to access the rest of his stuff by using the door on the side of his shop. The only downside is that everything in the room gets covered in dust, so storing food or having sleeping quarters inside isn't an option.
#85647 to #85619 - trisketthebiskit
Reply 0
(07/25/2016) [-]
dude this concept is solid as fuck
#85618 - dashcamp
Reply +1
(07/23/2016) [-]
G'day, just got a sketch pad and been having fun on it for a while, this took me longer than I thought, pencil art and digital art sure differs greatly. :I

Any advice? Thanks ya lot.

P.S You can eat the white space if you want.
#85620 to #85618 - torky ONLINE
Reply +1
(07/23/2016) [-]
The most useful and most convenient feature you should know when drawing digitally is the mirror or flip feature. Flip your image using your program's shortcut key and the new perspective will help you find flaws fast.

Also, try experimenting with your brushes and the pen. It takes a while to get used to, but eventually you'll get the hang of it.
#85623 to #85620 - dashcamp
Reply +1
(07/23/2016) [-]
that's genius! never thought mirror tool can be used like that, that should help greatly, especially for 'uneven eye' problems and the likes.

Also, my finger kinda hurt from using it, but maybe it is really just my hand not used to drawing with it yet. How long does it usually take for people o get 'used to' drawing digitally? Maybe from personal experience?

Thanksalot man.
#85624 to #85623 - torky ONLINE
Reply +1
(07/23/2016) [-]
It depends how often you draw. After a few weeks of drawing everyday, I got comfortable with holding the pen and drawing on the pad. At some point, you get so comfortable and used to it, you'll forget how to use a regular pencil.
#85617 - trisketthebiskit
Reply 0
(07/23/2016) [-]
minute break sketch on my phone. i forgot how annoying drawing on a phone can be as evident by the quality of this
#85615 - oneironaut
Reply +7
(07/23/2016) [-]
#85616 to #85615 - oneironaut
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(07/23/2016) [-]
#85614 - Ryu
Reply +2
(07/23/2016) [-]
Mirror art I did recently
#85612 - gameshredder
Reply +3
(07/23/2016) [-]
Comic Preview
#85613 to #85612 - anon
Reply 0
(07/23/2016) [-]
You made Top heavy a lot deeper than I originally thought he was going to be. Good job
#85610 - pickaxe ONLINE
Reply 0
(07/22/2016) [-]
Rough Paint
Treadin' a lil' outta' my comfort zone.
Takin' a break for a bit tho'
#85611 to #85610 - pickaxe ONLINE
Reply +2
(07/23/2016) [-]
this is the first time this method actually works out for me.
I'm starting to like this.
#85607 - juaneljalapeno
Reply +1
(07/22/2016) [-]
I'm working on this guy, trying to figure out how to draw humans n shit
#85608 to #85607 - juaneljalapeno
Reply 0
(07/22/2016) [-]
Finished it and added colour
Tell me what you guys think!
#85609 to #85608 - juaneljalapeno
Reply 0
(07/22/2016) [-]
My brother Also an artist told me he looked like Donald Trump a bit, i cannot unsee this now...
#85606 - groulgarigon
Reply +4
(07/22/2016) [-]
Geebus finished. This one probably takes the cake as my picture with the most story elements and easter eggs!
#85605 - victhree
Reply +2
(07/22/2016) [-]
I made dis
#85603 - pickaxe ONLINE
Reply +1
(07/21/2016) [-]
Portfolio tips?
Probably trying to get into an UAS next year, and occassionally trying my luck applying for smaller DTP and related jobstuff.

Quality work is currently a lil' lacking, as business college was perfectly fine with all kinds of subpar results.

I have to buff my stuff out, that much is clear, but I'm sorta' stumped on subject matter.
No-Gos, tips and such, anything helps, the earlier I know what's expected, the earlier I can adjust how and what to develop.
#85604 to #85603 - gameshredder
Reply +2
(07/21/2016) [-]
put good art in, leave bad art out.

when I submitted my portfolio for college they had guidelines about what types of pieces should be included, so include whatever demonstrates the requirements theyre looking for.
#85602 - alleksi
Reply +1
(07/21/2016) [-]
sketch-ish based on this dude in a discord, references were both straight ahead shots so tried to turn them into 3/4 view.
#85600 - ScottP
Reply +3
(07/21/2016) [-]
Some quick sketches of a new character named Columbia. She's kinda like Wonder Woman mixed with Captain America
#85598 - torky ONLINE
Reply +5
(07/21/2016) [-]
Just like my previous character, I never got around to naming this one. So we'll just go with Pike for now. This one is also meant for the same comic I never got around to making.

Pike is the bodyguard of the Merchant. Starting out as an adventurer Merchant bumped into during a dungeon crawl where both were cornered by a beast, Merchant hired Pike as a bodyguard after they both survived the beast and the dungeon.

More About The Character Pike can't speak due to having her throat slit during some time in her past, so she let's her actions speak for her. Easy to enrage and difficult to predict, she's a fearsome warrior. She also is secretive. Outside of never speaking, she doesn't remove her armor, so her face and monster type (btw, everyone is type of monster) is unknown. She favors carrying a pike, but is still proficient with other weapons. As a bodyguard, she takes her job seriously, even if Merchant is not a serious man. Also as a bodyguard, she has to hide behind the shop, because her demeanor and intimidating appearance tends to scare customers off.

I might do one more about the shop itself and that should be it.
#85595 - pewtersprite
Reply +3
(07/21/2016) [-]
My death knight vs Felhunter!
Might've gone a bit overboard with the glowy stuff?
#85591 - gameshredder
Reply +2
(07/21/2016) [-]
I made a new offline image for my picarto channel.

I love the look of the Navy's uniforms.
#85594 to #85591 - ScottP
Reply 0
(07/21/2016) [-]
I'm digging that chalk-drawn look for the hair
#85589 - anon
Reply 0
(07/21/2016) [-]
I've been posting sketches and small comics on tumblr and devianart for about 2 years and I have no audience. I'd like to think I'm not that bad of an artist (or at least I've seen more popular artist that I would say I'm better than so if they can get popular I should have no trouble) and I've been drawing whatever popular and tagging them according, so why haven't I been getting noticed?
#85601 to #85589 - anon
Reply 0
(07/21/2016) [-]
deviantart is a terrible site to try to get noticed on, nobody checks the newest posts cause its just a flood constantly. most people who get popular there just spam fanart all the time
#85599 to #85589 - anon
Reply 0
(07/21/2016) [-]
It's not just about style or 'being better' on those kind of websites. Sure, being able to draw is important but that's not the only thing people look for in an artist. An audience looks for someone who's work they want to follow and check up on and encourage. You need to be someone who's interesting and you can't achieve that solely through fan art, you need your own original work. Something that people can only get from you, whether it be characters or a comic or a story world that you've created. You need more to your name than just 'fad chaser', there are hundreds of other artists doing the exact same thing thinking that'll get them famous quick.
itsthetie.com/ or satwcomic.com/ are great examples of what I'm talking about.
#85596 to #85589 - pewtersprite
Reply 0
(07/21/2016) [-]
Part of it's probably being very active on the site. Audiences gotta be snared at first, and the number will probably stay low unless coaxed.
#85597 to #85596 - pewtersprite
Reply 0
(07/21/2016) [-]
On the site here refering to outside your actual gallery, tagging other people's sites etc, putting a lot of effort into forcing people to notice you, pretty much!
#85593 to #85589 - pickaxe ONLINE
Reply 0
(07/21/2016) [-]
maybe link and we'll give input.
I'm having a similar problem, but I'm mostly blaming that on the fact that I'm inconsitency incarnate.
#85592 to #85589 - torky ONLINE
Reply 0
(07/21/2016) [-]
Maybe it's just not in an interesting style?

Show us, that'll help.
#85590 to #85589 - vortix
Reply 0
(07/21/2016) [-]
post some here , maybe we can notice something