I haven’t listened to this yet but i don’t know what to expect
Poses and anatomy are not my strong suit but thanks, glad you like them. Uhh I’m not the best person to ask for a tutorial probably because I’m more about aesthetic. Sometimes I will fix something that is incorrect only to like it more when it was incorrect so I’ll undo the changes. Or sometimes I’m just too lazy to fix a blatant error. :,)
My sketches are vague so there’s not much to show. I start with the head, then torso, then add arms, legs, and whatever else as needed. If proportions get out of control, I’ll crop and resize. There’s also about a 70% chance the final picture will not follow the sketch at all.
When I sketch it’s based on what I’ve learned from observation and what I like/want to see, so I suppose my biggest suggestion would be don’t be like me, and practice gesture and life drawing to get the hang of the human body so you can simplify it more. References are useful when you need help, too.
I cannot be stopped
this is the most important video i’ve ever seen
This is a spiritual experience.
Arm and leg theories by show creator Rebecca Sugar:
Early concepts for how to treat limbs on Steven Universe!
I wanted to get the most anatomical information out of the least amount of lines.
I need revenge ideas. Got home and there were condoms on my windshield wipers. Please, contribute anything you have.
A FUN GAME:
PRETEND YOUR ICON IS MAKING ITS CURRENT EXPRESSION WHILE GETTING A BLOWJOB
He stole my heart and forced me to draw him