when you say that you’re going to bed but then you see a thing you want to reblog
yassssss its done
the eyeblack needs a bit of work still but this is it for now
If anyone is interested, send me a message and I’ll put the files up somewhere for download
It’ll work as a mod for RED Scout in Team Fortress 2 as well as in SFM
Things that don’t make you less of a feminist:
- Being in a loving relationship.
- Being submissive.
- Wearing makeup.
- Being a housewife.
- Wearing dresses.
- High heels.
Wow, I have not updated this thing for a while. I apologize for that. Someone asked me for some tips about comic making since I just posted a link to the Patty download a while ago.
For clarification, I don’t draw comics. I illustrate but I’m not familiar with drawing comics. However, I have gathered some nice tips from EDF that can be shared with you guys (which, for some reason, happens to be 1100+ of you).
Here are tips on lettering things for comics
- http://twitpic.com/9u6nut (note: number 5 has a spelling mistake and should be “inconsistent” instead of “consistent”)
Additionally, Dobson has a lot of troubles when it comes to line weight
Then again, Dobson loves utilizing shortcuts for the sake of “efficiency” despite priding himself for being slow in the “like a sloth” comic. The consequence of using shortcuts is the drop in quality. Making a comic requires dedication for it to work.
Along with that, here’s a cap I posted a year ago.
I have pointed out that this was generally bad advice to follow. Coming up with a concept of a story and then developing characters is okay, however Dobson’s advice was to write the story and then just create character along. Doing this makes bland and boring characters. You have to solidly realize your characters in order to maintain a sense of consistency.
Moreover you need to model your characters to maintain consistency which Dobson has issues with as well.
This is why model sheets are created - it helps maintain consistency for character designs. Recognizable silhouettes and varying character heights are encouraged for designing characters. Dobson studied animation but I actually haven’t seen model sheets from him.
As for panels, this Brentalfloss strip has too many of them; one being used for goofy faces. Thankfully, pr1met1me created a good example of simply reducing it to a single panel.
That’s really all I have for now. It’s not much of an “update” since it’s just recycled content. To the person who originally sent me that ask, good luck on making your comic!
no big deal I JUST FREED THE HARVEST GODDESS FROM STONE
im really indifferent to the new type and new eeveelution.
so have a thing
“you’re too thin”
“you’re too big”
“you should gain weight”
“you should lose weight”
I’ve updated and improved my Hemospectrum chart! I added more colors and adjusted a few of the hues so that they’re closer to the canon hue. I’ve also added a few notes on some colors denoting which ones are rarer or extinct. Mutant colors are no longer quite as vibrant but of course still very much off the normal chart of the 70 to 90 grade tones.
This chart is also uploaded to my DeviantArt for those that might be interested.