Is this for WIPs or finished works?
Almost "done" with this one. I don't really ever finish any of my things… they're more like glorified sketches than art.https://tarohearth.tumblr.com/
my tumblr if anyone was interested… or bored.
Yeah, that's pretty good so far, nice of you to get the ball rolling on the thread.
Does this mean I can share a sketch or two here?>>228
It's pretty nice btw (it's a shame I can't use tumblr)
Well here's the 'finished' piece.
Also OP, how do you feel about broadening the topic a bit more? I was thinking like crafts, DIY, or builds might up participation.
I mean I didn't have much in mind to how starting a thread would've went but maybe it'll sort it'self out with time.
I like the no black lines thing. I've wanted to try that for so long but then I never go back and line my sketches lol.
Now THAT'S a dripping cum!
It's really quite here…
Speaking of artists, does anyone have FriedDough's art backed up? His tumblr site got nuked and I have no idea what other sites he on, if any
yeah that's weird
My try of editing and reshaping with sketch app. It's finish to me for now. I am going to practice drawing more and shade this if I have the time. But i may be more focus with fixing it because this work from a photo i edit.
The top - at that angle, you should be able to see his armpit.
The bottom - the chest/cheek look like it might be making contact with the ground, maybe adjust for skin contact spread just like the tail/fist in the picture. Take it a step further and make hip/butt contact if you can draw arrificial movement blurs
The other option is to just draw in each hair one by one. Bruno does this for his bodyhair I believe and it looks really good. It takes a lot longer as you can imagine.
I tried to cheese it once here on this pic. I used a tool on my bar that creates a 'rake' pattern and used short hatches to make it. It looks bad if you look at it closely, so it may not be good to rely on.
Nice. I do love that second one - reminds me of Neyukaido (whom I find amazing - 'Drive that Man into a Frenzy') But the orc here's a lot shaggier, so I guess I just gotta hunker down and figure something out. I'm using CSP but 99% of the tools are lost on me xD
Anyway, thank you for your input!
Holy fuck, notice me Santapai
In all seriousness, thank you for that advice. I'm sure there IS a way to do such a thing but I'm going to have to look it up. In the meantime, this is what I came up with 'freehand,' as it were.
i dont suppose u take commsions do u
I'm giving it thought currently. I'm trying to figure out what I might charge since I've never taken commissions before.
I'd really love to eventually move away from my current job, which is physically taxing, and start taking commissions on a regular basis…. so currently it's just a fanciful dream but I'm working towards it.
If you want to keep tabs on me until then I'm on Twitter. https://twitter.com/hearth_taro
Would anyone mind giving some critisism on my WIP so far?
Also, i would like to turn this into a painting but idk jack squat about digital painting, anytips?
I wanted to post a sketch here but I wanted to post it on my twitter too. What do you guys think? Should I choose one over the other?
Looking pretty good, though the arms are a bit distracting for a lack of anatomy. Other than that, it's nice :)
The detail you put in the nipple, ribs and abs area don't line up the the perspective of the body.
The shoulder, collarbone or the back needs to be shifted around. It doesn't feel like it's anatomically correct, or maybe it's missing depth through lighting/shading.
A little sweet before the medicine; the lines are nice and consistent. I think it will turn out better next time with maybe just a little more anatomy practice and help from reference picks.
Ran out of time, gonna post the picture and hopefully follow up with the rest of the critique in a few days.
I think the reference picture is edited/morphed, at the hips and ass. That makes it slightly harder to make sense of it as a reference. But I can understand why you like it ^^
I tried to draw the pose with some indication where the muscles are. I'm no expert at that, so take from that what you like
The top of his shoulder is much more to the front of him than you drew it and a lot wider. I think in my picture the shoulder turned out too big, though.
In the reference the lower arm is foreshortened, wrapping about his belly. In your picture it isn't, making it look too short.