DAUNTLESS MINOR

Throw me to the wolves and I will return leading the pack. :)

~John 3:30~
He > i

Finally downloaded the books I’ve been dying to read!!  #TheFaultInOurStars #LookingForAlaska #NorwegianWood
Well, in my brothers’ case, of course! Mwahahaha  @9gag #backtoschool @perks

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Posted on 6 June, 2014

Wise words from a wise dude. Sorry for the crop tho  #finnandjake

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Posted on 6 June, 2014

A little promotion here ^_^ #tagsforlikes #instapic #followme #picsart #potd #experiment #jenny

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Posted on 3 June, 2014

Ouch.  #parasamgaestudyante #patama #quotes (BTW, it’s made by me :3 hihi)

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Posted on 3 June, 2014

The world outside my window #vscocam #houses

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Posted on 3 June, 2014

Posted on 2 June, 2014
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tips

credits to the owner. sorry if i posted it myself, i can’t reblog this post at all T_T 

loosening up is hard, but here are some tips!!

1. do some figure sketches with charcoal, or if youre using a pencil, a great way to loosen up is to hold the pencil further back from the tip, and use grander gestures, drawing with your whole arm, rather than your wrist.

2. draw the line of action in your figures first! make your figures really exaggerated in their body movement! focus on the silhouette, make sure there is good negative space in their pose, that you would be able to tell what the pose was if the whole figure was colored in black!!

3. try doing a drawing where you only use curved lines, no straight lines!

4. draw dancers! drawing ballerinas, and really actually trying to draw them in all their fluid glory really helps! the best thing i’ve ever done is study and then animate a ballerina jumping, theyre just so fluid and graceful, it imitates in your art.

5. this kind of goes with exaggeration, but try caricaturizing your people or animals or whatever you’re drawing

6. study real life and other artists that you find fluidity in!!

these are just things that work for me, if anyone else has any tips, chip in!!! 

it all takes practice, but finding fluidity in your work is fun and youre gonna be great at it!!!

"NO STRAIGHT LINES" 

Posted on 2 June, 2014

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leseanthomas:

To the aspiring artists & creatives out there.

Posted on 2 June, 2014
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Posted on 2 June, 2014
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Varying Your Body Types

dredsina:

By me, Sara D. (Heh.)

I think it’s very important for artists to vary the types of bodies they draw! Not only does it add visual interest and diversity, but different body types can enhance your characters! (Plus it’s more realistic; when was the last time you walked down the street and everyone…

Posted on 2 June, 2014
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