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Hi everybody! It's been awhile since I last posted anything here... well, it's been awhile since anybody posted anything here. ;P

Heres a fur tutorial I thought was pretty great: http://bobbie-the-jean.deviantart.com/art/Furtorial-102860426
I believe I've linked to AquaSixio's tutorials before, here's a new one: http://aquasixio.deviantart.com/art/How-to-have-six-with-colours-116533582

Aaand... that's all I have for now. ^^; Enjoy!
  • mazz

Critique/redlines please.

Someone please help me with this damn picture. I need to have it done soon and I can't get the pose right. Mostly, help with the arms is needed. I'm no good at drawing what is pretty much a feral on it's hind legs. Any help with the arms and the handpaw that's on the ground would be great.

I'll also take any other suggestions someone might have. I think I need to lengthen the torso some too.. My biggest problem is the arms though, I can't get them to look right no matter what I do.
Help. D:

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Crossposted like whoa, sorry if you see it a few times.
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Decisions, Decisions...

I've been working with my Tablet recently, and have completed one picture with it. I am also planning to post in on my DA account (Cough http://kukilunestar.deviantart.com/ Cough)
There is just one problem though...There are 2 versions of it.

EDIT! Grayscale and full color have been added.
EDIT! Posted on DA!

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  • gnistra

Well, I said I'd make another tutorial post, so here goes. :)

My fellow artist friend and I was talking about clouds the other day... and she told me about a cloud tutorial she'd seen on dA ages ago. So we searched for awhile and found it. The artist who made it has some other tutorials also, and I think they're great, very pedagogic. So I'm posting them all. :)

You have your head in my cloud (Step by step guide showing how to draw clouds. There's a bit water in there as well!)
Let the sun shine in (Digital painting, some landscapes, clouds again.)
I might smile tomorrow (Step by step showing how the artist created one of their pieces.)
Many are calling for help (Another step by step guide of a piece, like the previous one, but this one shows clouds (again; can't have to many cloud tutorials!), water and lightning.)
Brush the difficulties away (A tutorial about brushes and the many different things you can make with them.)
No secret in my garden (Yet another step by step thingie. Landscape stuff (grass, leaves), ect.)
Beneath other skies (Clouds! Again! :D And some swirls.)
Jack Attack!


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Digital - Badges: $5 ( Colored )
Sketch: $5 - 10*
Character Prof: $5
Fully Colored: $10 - 20*
Comics: $*

Traditional - Badges, Sketches, Fully Colored & Comics can be requested.

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Trades are also available as well.

Marker Work - Tutorial

Well, an attempt at a tutorial, anyway. c.c Here's how *I* lay down my colors. The subject of this piece is a flame point siamese.

Markers used: Prismacolor: wheat, cream, eggshell, buff, putty, deco orange, carmine red, henna, raspberry, mahogany red, ballet pink, salmon pink, blush pink, cold stone, mint cream, pale jade, green tea, celadon green, avocado, spearmint, clear blender.

Final Image:

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