Hey Anon! Sorry I took so long to answer this—I wanted to do something more in-depth over just a ‘ok draw a circle now MAKE IT AWSUM.’ I also tried to recall from other tutorials stuff in them I didn’t feel like they spoke about.

also—I’m very sorry I don’t have more advice to give about ears. I am not completely confident with them yet! Gotta keep practicing.

As always, I am not 100% correct on everything, so feel free to use what you want and ignore what you don’t want!

Here’s some more tutorials on noses and ears that might be helpful, if this one isn’t:

Step-by-step coloring nose tutorial

Another nose tutorial!

Ear tutorial by the same artist. This artist has TONS of other useful tutorials too, btw!

More noses.

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hi sorry to bother you!!! but your wings on your drawings always look so beautiful and amazing and i was just wondering how you draw the larger wings (like in your drawing from about 3 weeks ago) because i can't for the life of me draw wings ever without them looking all horrible (also i really love your art like wow you're one of my favourite art blogs ever)


thank you!! you’re not bothering me at all. sorry it took me some time to reply, but i was working on setting up this quick tutorial for you!

reference is key! you gotta know how wings look before you can draw them! and there are many different kinds! different birds are adapted to  different things (fast flight, agility, soaring, etc.) so their wings will be adapted to those specific things too. pick a bird!

the easiest way to draw wings is to break them down into shapes.

the basic anatomy is similar to that of a human, with shoulder, elbow and wrist. then you can block in the feather shapes!

see how it works? three large blocks in each wing that sometimes overlap depending on how the wing is bent. once you’ve studied enough wings and drawn them enough times, you’ll be able to do these shapes yourself without needing reference. i rarely use reference for the wings i draw anymore, but even though my wings aren’t 100% anatomically correct, it’s really not a big deal since wings are very generous and are so bendy and stretchy.

so this is how i build up my wings, fast and easy:

keeping in mind the joints (shoulder, elbow, wrist) and then block in the shapes.

and lastly, add feathers! there’s a system to feathers to, but i’m not gonna get into that now since that’s a whole long tutorial on it’s own. this ended up pretty long after all (oops). but i hope it was at least a little useful to you!

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 Lets go take a howl at that moon

dean is a demon now so to counteract the sad feelings, i drew him as a human. a sad and broken human. im so sad


 Lets go take a howl at that moon

dean is a demon now so to counteract the sad feelings, i drew him as a human. a sad and broken human. im so sad

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a quick and sloppy tutorial on drawing profiles for the anon who requested it. hope this helps some people! 

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So you want to make an OC?: A Masterpost of Ways to Create, Develop, and Make Good OCs!

i made this masterpost in hopes that it helps you in making your own OCs ah;; it can also apply to developing RP characters i suppose! if you’d like to add more resources then go for it sugar pea (´ヮ`)!

How to Write Better OCs:

Character Development:








again, this is to help inspire you or help establish your OCs! i hope you get a lot of info and help from this ahh ( ´ ▽ ` )ノ

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Some more advice that I have no right to give.  I’m serious about the Stephen Silver advice though- he’s the man.

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# uhu # referências # tutorial # Desenho 

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Semi-realistic Eye tutorial. Hope you guys find it useful ^^


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Storium is an online storytelling game that allows players to create a story through a series of scenes, reacting to obstacles and people as you come across them.  It’s played with 3 people, with one person playing as the Narrator, and the other 2 playing as the characters.  

The Narrator chooses the world that the story is set in (with choices such as ‘occult pop horror’, ‘medical drama’ and ‘cyberpunk’), then starts each scene, using cards to give the players challenges to overcome.  The players will then try to overcome these challenges as they see fit, progressing the story  in fun and interesting ways.

There are a few more rules, but it’s remarkably easy to pick up and is only limited by your imagination.  Storium is a fun and fluid way of storytelling, with players reacting to each other and no-one being fully in control, it can lead to some VERY interesting stories.  

Our attempt was an occult pop horror called ‘The Badgers of Doom’, they’re black, they’re white, and they bite!  Coming soon to cinemas near you!

Sign up for the Alpha

UPDATE: Alpha Sign-ups are now closed, but you can now get immediate access to the Beta by backing the Storium Kickstarter

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Learn Stuff! // LINK

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