This is my first edit ever so it’s a bit messy. I think there’s still some edit needed for that weird crotch part but I couldn’t figure it out right.
I also tried to do the third one but it just makes no sense at all for me.
Oh my. This is GREAT! I love how it looks MUCH more practical, the design feels actually complete and I’d love to wear that one to the left, I’d feel so damn awesome.
Inspiration for today: badass futuristic armours
“A Quick Doodle I did in Class”
“One Hour Speedpaint”
“My pen pressure was off when I drew this”
“Art is just a Hobby for me, I just do it in my freetime.”
“I’m only 13 years old.”
“I did this in Microsoft Paint.”
HOW COME I HAVE NEVER REALIZED THIS BEFORE?!?!?!?!?!
These awesome photos, in which rolling waves appear to be both perfectly frozen in time and miraculously made solid, are the work of French photographer Pierre Carreau.
Carreau “shoots waves with a variety of high speed cameras using various macro and wide angle lenses, capturing water shapes that appear more sculptural than liquid.”
perfect references are perfect!
someone forgot how to Champion…
Diana, the Scorn of the Moon Moon
given her jokes, she fits perfectly for the dumb outcast role ;)
How eyeliner styles change your eye appearance.
Tagging for future reference
I TRIED TO EXPLAIN THIS TO SOMEONE ONCE AND THEY DIDN’T GET IT. I do this frequently with my makeup..
Or in other words: how line strength may define a drawn eye
The simple answer is no. The useful answer is no, but it should appear naturalistic.
Listen to people speaking in everyday situations. They don’t finish sentences, they stumble over their words, they backtrack and repeat themselves. In conversation people speak in a way that an outside observer wouldn’t know what they were talking about, they use in-jokes and slang particular to their family or group of friends.
It is these things that you want to filter out of your written dialogue (unless using it for a specific effect).
Let your dialogue appear naturalistic without being naturalistic.
or at least don’t make it overly naturalistic
the best books I’ve read had characters not talk about things obvious for them, much like Hawkeye and Black Widow don’t explain to the viewer what happened on their previous missions, even though they mention them on screen.
Dialogue that is somewhat naturalistic, but not enough to confuse the viewer - either by the amount of unknown things, or by their level of non-understandability - is the best in my opinion
- “well then just quit posting your art”
- “blah blah blah you whine too much, welcome to the ‘net”
- “just deal with it, art theft happens all the time”
- “jfc just take your art down and shut up”
- “you should punish the reposters by shutting down your blog”
- “it’s your fault your watermark is invisible”
- “it’s because your stuff is popular so consider it a compliment”
- “i don’t know i just got this off google”
- “then don’t stay on tumblr”
Ding dong you are wrong
Kasumisty said it all
This is like the artist’s version of when people tell girls “if you don’t want to get raped don’t walk down the street in a short skirt” basically