Oh boy I hope I did this right. Since Anon asked, here’s a hasty tutorial on how I do flat colors. This is also how I color pretty much everything in my webcomic. Now you know my secrets!
I just realized that I hit over 1k followers ; u ;/ I have no idea where you guys came from, but thank you so much ♥ fjdksfs!
Been asked numerous times over the past few months to make a tutorial on how I color and stuff. I have never really made one before so yeah fjksdfs;;;
You do not have to rely on my info if you find it confusing or pointless ; 3 ; ♥ If you have any other questions, please let me know!
Reminder: Pony Raffle
The Secret to Composition
“Exasperated by composition tutorials that go on about the rule of thirds but don’t explain why it works (or even that much detail how to use it), I decided to make my own.
This should be applicable to both painters and photographers, with occasional tips for one or the other in particular. ” - Lulie
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this is really helpful. some of this i knew, but some of the explanations are things i just plain didn’t get, and never would’ve picked up on my own.
i think my pictures aren’t as effective as they could be because i have a different sense of how to look at a picture and what’s pleasing, because of my autism. i find symmetry delicious, even when it makes a painting look static, for instance. i don’t automatically follow gazes. i also find landscape photos with people in them less appealing than landscapes without; an unpeopled landscape feels inviting, but a landscape with a stranger in it tells my aspie brain, ‘someone is already there and if you go there you’ll have to deal with them.’ :D
the height of dapperness
the dappertheosis, one might say
THESE DUDES ARE SO DAPPER I WANT TO DIE.
C’mon, you know you are going to raid your bathroom for a mostly empty bottle right now!
Thanks to the wonderful Lancha I found a very useful plug in for Sai.
you can write texts, patterns etc just by pressing a button ^^
Download Saimoji here :
or here if the previous link doesn’t work :
unzip it in a new folder and launch Saimoji.exe
edited the pic to be more clear
edit 2 : to make it with background transparent, just do “Layer”->”transparency luminance” (or “O”) (sorry my sai is in japanese but it should be the same or similar)
Because feathers do so many jobs there needs to be more than one type of feather. Some of them are long and strong for flying and steering. Others are soft and fuzzy. These feathers are very good for keeping the bird warm. In fact, we have learned to use these soft feathers in our clothing and bedding to help keep us warm. You might have had a down comforter on your bed or wear a down jacket when it is cold outside. These are things that are filled with soft downy feathers.
If you look at the different feather types above, you will see that they come in many shapes and sizes. The types we see the most often are tail and flight feathers (also called vaned or contour feathers). At first look they may seem the same, but actually are different. Tail feathers are balanced left and right of the center. Flight feathers have a wider and narrower side. This makes them better for flying because they can cut through the air with very little resistance (also called drag).
Other types of feathers are made for use on the body of the bird. The downy feathers that are good for warmth are shown on the far right. Semiplume feathers also help to keep birds warm and for water birds help them float. The bristle feathers are found around eyes, nostrils, and for some birds that like to catch flying insects they can be seen around their mouths. Filoplume (file-o-ploom) feathers are can be found around the tail and flight feathers. They are thought to be used to sense when the flight feathers need to be maintained.
No matter what type of feather, they all have similar parts. Below is a drawing of a feather showing all the parts that you might find on a feather. Not all feathers have all the parts. For example downy feathers are missing the stiff barbs and vane. You will also see that flight feathers have very little or no downy barbs.
Lifehacks: 10 Tips To Make Life Easier
- Pump up the volume by placing your iPhone & iPod in a bowl - the concave shape amplifies the music.
- Bake cupcakes directly in ice-cream cones, so much more fun and easier to eat.
- Freeze Aloe Vera in ice-cube trays for soothing sunburn relief.
- Stop cut apples browning in your child’s lunch box by securing with a rubber band.
- Turn your muffin pan upside down, bake cookie-dough over the top and you have cookie bowls for ice-cream.
- Store bed linen sets inside one of their own pillowcases mean no more hunting through piles for a match.
- Pack shoes inside shower caps to stop dirty soles rubbing on your clothes - you can find them for free in just about every hotel.
- Baby powder gets sand off your skin easily - add it to your beach bag for a quick clean up!
- Find tiny lost items like earrings by putting a stocking over the vacuum hose.
- Make an instant cupcake carrier by cutting crosses into a box lid.
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