1. stevencrewniverse:

    Arm and leg theories by show creator Rebecca Sugar:

    Early concepts for how to treat limbs on Steven Universe! 

    I wanted to get the most anatomical information out of the least amount of lines. 

    Reblogged from: stevencrewniverse
  2. brakken:

    magpiefreak:

    Howdy peeps! Took me a while to actually post this up, but here it is, the comic that came 1st place in the Manga Jiman competition, Oh Crumbs! Hope you like it :D 

    Give Magpie’s cute little award-winning comic a read c:

    Reblogged from: brakken
  3. ianjq:

    We have up to episode 36 complete and ready to air.

    There are several others in different stages of production though, and many are close to final. Though the airing has gone on hiatus, the production schedule is uninterrupted. We’re completing shows for 2015 and in production on shows for 2016.

    Reblogged from: ducksofrubber
  4. becdecorbin:

                                                                    You Will Shine

                                        you can purchase this on a shirt or as a print!

                                                      support the artist on patreon!

                                              Do not edit or repost!

    aaaa this design is gorgeous ; v ;

    Reblogged from: av33insp
  5. inklingart:

    I do erase a lot of pencil lines, which I’m in the drawing stage. Once the paint goes on top, those lines are there to stay!

    When I have the drawing almost finished, I use a kneeded eraser (the gray sticky things) and roll it over the pencil drawing to pick up excess graphite, like newspaper ink on silly putty. This helps to keep loose bits of graphite from making light color washes look dirty.

    Another thing is to try to leave your pencil lines in or adjacent to dark areas. You can then paint over the pencil lines with a darker tone of paint and it sort of “hides your crimes.” I often use chiaroscuro and some level of outlining with the paint in my work, so that provides a lot of opportunity to hide my pencil marks. Don’t worry too much if they aren’t invisible. As long as you can work those lines into the final image they’ll look fine!

    Reblogged from: inklingart
  6. Now taking FR Dragon Commissions!

    sandscalesanddragons:

    Yup! Come get a sketch of your dragon, bust or fullbody! Lowest price 40K T for a sketchy and uncoloured bust! I will take gems at a 1:350 rate! I will not do humans/gijinkas.

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    See my art tumblr at PaintedSandScales for other non-FR related art examples!

    Pricing as follows:

    Reblogged from: sandscalesanddragons
  7. sewgoods:

    Yes!! it definitely comes with the medium ;0; it’s really taken me a while to get to a point where i know i’m charging what i’m worth and i’m completely comfortable with it, so i love taking the opportunity to explain as best as i can why i price the way i do so people won’t misunderstand art prices, and maybe help other artists feel confident enough to charge what they’re worth as well! 

    and that is totally the perfect response to a question like that haha. that should just be everyone’s tagline at the end of commission posts, i wonder if that would reduce the amount of people asking for a lower price :)

    Reblogged from: sewgoods
  8. melsephant:

    I’ve been playing cat simulator lately and it’s pretty fun

    Reblogged from: dontscary
  9. whip-o-will:

    I wish I could bottle the artistic inspirations that strike after midnight and then consume them in the morning.

    Reblogged from: whip-o-will
  10. feriowind:

    so-i-did-this-thing:

    neuralhandshake:

    Imagine my surprise when Pacific Rim again has a huge presence at SDCC.

    This is Prop Store London’s auction offerings on display. I wasn’t expecting these, so I didn’t bring my DSLR with me, but man was it cool to see Striker Eureka’s suit.

    The Legendary booth, as well, is hardcore decked out Pacific Rim. There’s a few themed props (don’t worry, I took photos too) and the booth workers are wearing costumes/pieces from the film.

    There’s an Oculous Rift demo that I didn’t get a chance to try yet, as well, so I’m going to make a beeline to the Legendary booth first thing when the floor opens tomorrow.

    'til then, enjoy these! 

    neuralhandshake comes through again for PacRim SDCC pics!

    i want all of these things

    ALL OF THEM

    Reblogged from: feriowind
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