Five new mofs for sale!
I thought batch processing dolls the same colour would make my life easier but it just seems I get too carried away with possibilities! So many colours and patterns to choose from… How can I limit myself.
Mofs have resin heads, hands and feet and are hand painted, hand sewn and hand… made! They are squashy and cute and definitely limited edition. You can see them and some of their brethren in my Etsy shop
Holy shit these are the cutest! I want one!
For all your post-apocalyptic Resident Evil world, LotR travelling to Mordor, and Assassin Creed needs.
- The closest I could find on Amazon to the watercolour set I use is the Sakura brand of Koi Assorted WaterColours Field Set.
- Just use any old toothbrush. I used to use the ones that my dentist would give me after a visit, just because those were kind of cheap and I wouldn’t actually use them anyways.
- I use acrylic for flicking and highlights because watercolour-whites tend to fade when they dry.
- Also, remember to keep your hands clean, because nothing’s worse than smudging graphite into your watercolours and then unable to get it out.
- Try to avoid black and white when possible. They tend to dull the colours and it loses that watercolouring lustre.
Since I started watercolouring again for my daily sketches, I’ve gotten a lot of asks/dA notes on if I could give a tutorial on watercolouring and also more specific questions that overlapped each other, so I decided to do a semi guide/tips/answering thing.
I actually started watercolouring before I went into digital medium, so I have a bit of personal experience, but I am essentially self-taught when it comes to watercolouring since there weren’t a lot of watercolour tutorials online back then to begin with, so I cannot promise that these are the absolute correct way of doing things.
Hope it helps anyways :)
Inactive artblog is inactive. So have another tutorial. This one circling around halftones/screentones. There’s a million ways to do this, but I’m just showing you guys the way I use most.
- Prepping art. Treat your tonework the same as you would treat your colored work in…
“Ken Hultgren lived a short but very productive life.
He started his career in 1936 at Disney , where he eventually became an animator on the short film Farmyard Symphony. Hultgren then moved to the Bambi unit, where he did character design and animation. As you can see in these two model sheets, he was a very gifted draughtsman.
Hultgren put out a great book in 1950 called The Art of Animal Drawing.
Early on as an art student in Germany I found it quite difficult to draw animals at the zoo. When I got my hands on a copy of this book and flipped through the pages several light bulbs went off.” — Andreas Deja