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Tutorial: How to make short gif properly. 

yoinix:

Hi everyone)

Many of us are faced with the problem of short gifs that don’t look very nice because of shortage of frames.

I decided to create this tutorial to show how I make my gifs good looking.

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petite-madame:

The beautiful artworks of SVETLANA SOVA ( Instagram - VK)

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unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream:

“Hyperrealism with pencil and ink” by Karla Mialynne

Bhakta’s Weblog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  | subscribe

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sinisteray:

Can’t remember where I found this, but from the watermark I can only assume the source is ImagineFX magazine, the September 2008 issue.
 
If this gets enough notes I’ll caption each photo with the text displayed in each page! (‘Tis a bit small. Curse you, tumblr, get some better zoom! <shakes fist>)

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ohmyasian:

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2681. Alive without breath.Insane!

Keng Lye is a talented painter and illustrator from Singapore. In his series entitled, Alive without breath, Lye paints incredible 3D portraits of undersea creatures onto multiple layers of resin. The technique was inspired by the 3D resin artwork of Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori.

The dramatic effect could not be achieved without Lye’s strong understanding of perspective and depth, as he applies acrylic paint directly onto the resin surface, maintaining the perspective of looking downwards into the bowl.

In some of the artworks (such as the octopus, turtle and goldfish) that seem to emerge from the resin, Lye said it was an experiment to push the concept further:

“It was a small pebble for the ranchu and octopus. For the turtle, I used an egg shell for the turtle shell and acrylic paint for the rest of the finishing.”

source

I. AM. ASTOUNDED.

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theinventionofmonsters:

iamrapscallion:

How The Face Changes With Shifting A Light Source

I find this fascinating 

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gaksdesigns:

“Tearful” by Christina K

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clockwork-dingos:

How to paint gold tutorial by *ConceptCookie
And I found this very helpful just by looking at it. I was never good at coloring gold.

clockwork-dingos:

How to paint gold tutorial by *ConceptCookie

And I found this very helpful just by looking at it. I was never good at coloring gold.

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Ultimate Writing Resource List 

thelastrplord:

a massively extended version of ruthlesscalculus’ post

General Tips

Character Development

Female Characters

Male Characters

Tips for Specific Characters

Dialogue

Point of View

Plot, Conflict, Structure and Outline

Setting & Worldbuilding

Creativity Boosters* denotes prompts

Revision & Grammar

Tools & Software

Specific Help

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unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream:

“Sketch your mentor”

Beautiful Photoshop Sketching Portraits by Sébastien THE BIG

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austinkleon:

Wally Wood’s 22 Panels That Always Work

I don’t believe that Woody put the examples together as a teaching aid for his assistants, but rather as a reminder to himself. He was always trying to kick himself to put less labor into the work! He had a framed motto on the wall, “Never draw anything you can copy, never copy anything you can trace, never trace anything you can cut out and paste up.” He hung the sheets with the panels on the wall of his studio to constantly remind himself to stop what he called “noodling.”

See also: Ivan Brunetti’s parody
(Thx to Andy Wales)

austinkleon:

Wally Wood’s 22 Panels That Always Work

I don’t believe that Woody put the examples together as a teaching aid for his assistants, but rather as a reminder to himself. He was always trying to kick himself to put less labor into the work! He had a framed motto on the wall, “Never draw anything you can copy, never copy anything you can trace, never trace anything you can cut out and paste up.” He hung the sheets with the panels on the wall of his studio to constantly remind himself to stop what he called “noodling.”

See also: Ivan Brunetti’s parody

(Thx to Andy Wales)

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HOW TO MAKE A 3D GIF TUTORIAL. 

ttimeturner:

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How to use a tablet without hurting your wrist 

p-the-wanderer:

This is a tutorial I’ve written two years ago. I still see a lot of people having problems with hand pains while using a tablet so I thought I might post in on tumblr where it should get to more people than on my LJ. If you use tablet you might want to look at it, if your friends use tablet you might want to show it to them.

Protect your hands and back before it’s too late~!!

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I realized, that I’ve encountered many professional artists online that have problems with wrist that are caused by using tablet. No wonder: you can find tons of tutorials on graphic software, but you won’t find any on actual USING the tablet. Well, it is simple: you install the drivers, plug the tablet in, personalize the buttons, if you have any, and start drawing the same way as you did with the pencil, right?
Well… NO!

That is why I decided to write this entry tutorial. Please, read if whether you’re just a beginner, or a professional that has been painting for longer than I have lived; the issue is much too grave for people living of making art to simply be ignored.

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