Exercise 27 Results: Shading Candy Step by Step by: Tim Von Rueden (vonn)
An awing fuck-ton of big cat references.
And here’s a link to a spectacular image that helps distinguish types of big cats. It’s insanely helpful, and you’d be doing yourself a majour disservice if you don’t use it:
Please note that in the first cheetah GIF, the head has been insolated. When running, the head will bob up and down slightly. Not a lot, but just know how the head attaches to the neck and how that moves when the body is oscillating up and down when they run, like in the second GIF.
[From various sources]
These are like the only doodles I’ve done in the last couple of months and I did them in the last week I just have basically been done with drawing, I don’t feel like doing it but still want to 8”)
this isnt complete but i cant seem to continue working on it since may , soooo i’ll just dump the wip for now 8’>
Just pick a theme you like, a sidebar image you want, and then go to this website and it’ll give you a color scheme that’s nearly perf every time. It’s like super easy and it’s totally how I do all my schemes
*CRIES LOUDLY BECAUSE I DIDN’T KNOW THAT EXISTS*
Tuesday tips — Costume Design 101.
Costume design is a very important part of character design. It tells you a whole lot about your character; ie. age, personality, what she/he likes, time period, strength, … etc. It supposed to enhance a character’s personality.
Here are my process in tackling costume design.
1. Find a good reference. Inspiration is key!
2. Look for a good shillouette that is recognizable and different from other characters.
3. Pick one shillouette and find smaller shape within. Do tons of variation and have fun.
4. Color variation. Use variation the same color combination for all the design. Keep it simple!
5. Finish up and have fun. It will also a good idea to think of texture and material.
Basic Color Harmony
…finally something that I understand!