Sherlock HolmesBasil of Baker Street!
envy was envious…
I can’t believe Mike Wazowski killed Markiplier
why should you make a webcomic?
- it’s regular drawing practice
- you get to draw and develop the universe your OCs live in
- you could draw your OCs making out with context
- see number 3
how can you make a webcomic?
- make a new tumblr
- install this theme…
I THINK HECTOR IS ON TO SOMETHING HERE!
Post by Chosen-Undead
Voices - Me
Thank you to Arc for the suggestion. 10/10
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.
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:
Then ends up here:
(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)
I watch this at least 10 times every time it shows up on my dash