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qinni:

The first one. With references. 

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Edit: some people have been asking me if i have any more tutorials, which is why i’m reblogging this again :D;;. Hope you guys don’t mind ^^;

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More of my tutorials on dA here

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— 2 years ago with 27305 notes
#tutorial 

welovetemplates:

How to make templates! Some information on Tumblr photosets.

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— 2 years ago with 57736 notes
#tutorial 
myshrinkingviolet:

myshrinkingviolet:

Just when you thought you knew everything about boobs… NSFW?






My darling friend Chizzi mentioned that there are a lot of booby tutorials out there are just predrawn boobs with the artist going HEY LOOK! HERE ARE SOME BOOBS! but not many that actually talk about the anatomical structure, and where to put the lines.  I was like, “Hey, I can probably whip something up.”  And so I spent my thanksgiving making this.
Proportions probably aren’t exact, but I did my best.  I also didn’t explore the various body types, but perhaps I could do a separate tutorial someday.  I hope you find this tutorial useful :)
All photo references used in the tutorial were found on The Drawing Script.  Credits to each photo belong to their respective owners.

Reblogging because it seemed quite appropriate with the recent release of the Catwoman #0 cover…

myshrinkingviolet:

myshrinkingviolet:

Just when you thought you knew everything about boobs… NSFW?

My darling friend Chizzi mentioned that there are a lot of booby tutorials out there are just predrawn boobs with the artist going HEY LOOK! HERE ARE SOME BOOBS! but not many that actually talk about the anatomical structure, and where to put the lines.  I was like, “Hey, I can probably whip something up.”  And so I spent my thanksgiving making this.

Proportions probably aren’t exact, but I did my best.  I also didn’t explore the various body types, but perhaps I could do a separate tutorial someday.  I hope you find this tutorial useful :)

All photo references used in the tutorial were found on The Drawing Script.  Credits to each photo belong to their respective owners.

Reblogging because it seemed quite appropriate with the recent release of the Catwoman #0 cover…

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— 2 years ago with 19363 notes
#tutorial 

nicoception:

How To Draw ❀Dresses, Skirts, Bonnets, Hands, and Cuffs

by : 

ume

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— 2 years ago with 15901 notes
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Of Cats and Tea and Rings and Things: a neat perspective trick that you should know →

halleybutt:

say you drew a box and you want this box to become, I don’t know, a building:

and you want to divide the sides of the box in half, so you can know where to put the windows and doors and whatever! if you eyeball it, you’re probably going to miss the halfway point, and it will…

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— 2 years ago with 6614 notes
#tutorial 

preservedcucumbers:
Skin tone practice using Lauren K. Cannon’s tutorials. Guys this painting stuff is really fun.
Posting this because I figure someone else might benefit from these tutorials, they’re awesome.

preservedcucumbers:

Skin tone practice using Lauren K. Cannon’s tutorials. Guys this painting stuff is really fun.

Posting this because I figure someone else might benefit from these tutorials, they’re awesome.

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— 2 years ago with 61047 notes
#tutorial 
endling:

An excellent exercise in character body language/expression. I encourage anyone who has the time to try it! It asks for a lot of figures from you, but nevertheless it’s great practice. 
Link to the original template, and the creator of the meme itself are in description over on dA.

endling:

An excellent exercise in character body language/expression. I encourage anyone who has the time to try it! It asks for a lot of figures from you, but nevertheless it’s great practice. 

Link to the original template, and the creator of the meme itself are in description over on dA.

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— 2 years ago with 1138 notes
#tutorial