I’ve been wanting to bring some fighting and weapon swinging into my daily pose drawing, so today I trawled my links and puttered around deviantArt to find some reference.
SenshiStock - Fights and Fighting Pose Reference — exactly what it says on the tin, plus SenshiStock is a deviantArt stock photo institution ifn ur askin me
kristinkk — professional-looking photographs, plus several interesting models; it’s not every day I get to see a ton of cool photos of female bodybuilders
syccas-stock - Warriors - also exactly what it says on the tin. well-organized, good quality.
Random-Acts-Stock - Art poses stock - sword fighting stuff, as well as a ton of other stuff in the rest of their gallery
images used are credited in that ^^ order
She’s like Thor
Oh my god the whole time I was thinking of it in her voice xD
oh god i can hear them both oh heavens
Just use Hannah Hart’s face as an emoticon instead.
Okay so i got a few notes on how i go about Environments/Landscapes…so i’ll share a method thats easy to work with….bare with me its been a little while since ive drawn them Lol
First thing you want to start of with in your gradient background…use what ever is your…
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Here are some marks made with the Belgian Comics brush: pic.twitter.com/jaQ8duEehk
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Just more fun doodles with kyletwebster's brushes
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Tuesday Tips - STRAIGHT against CURVES
This principle really helps to create shapes and characters with “points of interest”. The straights move the eye towards the areas of curves, bumps and details. I mostly focused on the silhouettes of the shapes/characters, but the same principles should also be applied to shapes and volumes inside the main shape/volume.
Amazing tips on this blog!!!!!