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Happy Birthday, Sherlock Holmes Basil of Baker Street!

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lunarch-sounds:


envy was envious…

I can’t believe Mike Wazowski killed Markiplier

lunarch-sounds:

envy was envious…

I can’t believe Mike Wazowski killed Markiplier

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why you should make a webcomic and why you can make a webcomic →

http://bonkalore.tumblr.com/post/92973620185/why-you-should-make-a-webcomic-and-why-you-can-make-a

sombreroh:

why should you make a webcomic?

  1. it’s regular drawing practice
  2. you get to draw and develop the universe your OCs live in
  3. you could draw your OCs making out with context
  4. see number 3

how can you make a webcomic?

  1. make a new tumblr
  2. install this theme…
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"A Business Meeting"

tylersvathings:

1 - welllllll carl

2 - PLOT TWIST

3 - clap 4 him

4 - HECTOR YOU GENIUS

I THINK HECTOR IS ON TO SOMETHING HERE!

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Voices - Me

Thank you to Arc for the suggestion. 10/10

loki-of-sassgaard:

ahsadler:

deerypoof:

Of all a deer’s senses, their eyesight is the worst. 

I don’t know what I was expecting but this was so much better than that

That opossum fuckin teleports, man.

loki-of-sassgaard:

ahsadler:

deerypoof:

Of all a deer’s senses, their eyesight is the worst. 

I don’t know what I was expecting but this was so much better than that

That opossum fuckin teleports, man.

dreamberks:

Inspired by this

How do you keep all of your lines a consistent weight/thickness in your drawings?
- Anonymous


inonibird:

Clean, uniform lines? Well, can’t say I’m that knowledgeable about (or great at) digital inking, but I’ll do my best…

First off, I work exclusively in Photoshop (CS4/CS5) and mostly use the “Hard Round Pressure Size” brush.

I almost always start out with rougher lines before cleaning everything up, whether by creating a layer for new lines or drawing over/erasing the old ones. It takes time and practice, but isn’t that what art’s all about? :’D

Other tips? Zoom in. Work at a higher resolution. Try not to “feather” your lines. Be bold. (haha, I don’t follow my own advice half the time)

For some “behind the scenes” samples, Stick-Gods usually starts with line art of THIS quality:

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Then ends up here:

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(Note that the lines aren’t perfectly uniform or weighted in a way that necessarily makes sense, heh. But they’re pretty clean, goshdarnit.)

I’ll end this with a little gif of the line art progression for my recent drawing of Sagan. It went from rough —> thin & uniform —> more solid and weighted. (this was definitely at a higher resolution and scale, btw)

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cupboardgods:

I watch this at least 10 times every time it shows up on my dash

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