gabberforth:

pretend hes siting in the chassis leaning over and typing something cause i was a bit lazy but maybe will draw chassis later

~~magically poses like that in midair for now~~


gabberforth:

pretend hes siting in the chassis leaning over and typing something cause i was a bit lazy but maybe will draw chassis later

~~magically poses like that in midair for now~~


gabberforth:

I was playing portal 1 earlier and kept hitting the back of gladdys chassis whenever I shot her. 8)
So I did a quick gross doodle of digis gladdy aw ye


gabberforth:

i drew all but the glados who was drawn/is designed by digi o3o


I didnt add digis others since commissions and such O: 
so i did benny/spaceship  and space core, oc S, and derp of portal minus gladdy and chells face (my adventure core design to add) aw ye 


wannabeanimator:

Wouter Tulp


Notes on panel clarity

greatbiglyricstuck:

For a lyricstuck to flow clearly from one panel to another, each image must have a clear composition.

This post will focus on panel flow clarity, so examples will show multiple panels together to hopefully give you ideas of how to coordinate with other artists to make this project great!

Some basics:

Rule of thirds is a very comfortable composition. Best used for lyrics in a stanza.

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This will be all for now. The next stuff I’m going to cover is how to effectively break the flow to achieve an epic effect. Will be finished by Friday when I get class off. :)

~papers


askwattley:

Now to make sure the recordings actually stay hidden… Who brought that file up anyways??


doodles from art class, less then 2 hour each with acrylic 

./except for the one with the pink flower, which is literally a pink flower on top

posted 1 week ago

amandaonwriting:

Cheat Sheets for Writing Body Language

We are always told to use body language in our writing. Sometimes, it’s easier said than written. I decided to create these cheat sheets to help you show a character’s state of mind. Obviously, a character may exhibit a number of these behaviours. For example, he may be shocked and angry, or shocked and happy. Use these combinations as needed.

by Amanda Patterson


gabberforth:

"Okay. Alright. So, I’ve got an idea. But it is bloody dangerous. Here we go..GAAAA-!……..Oh for God’s… They told me if I ever turned this flashlight on, I would DIE.