Anonymous asked you:
Hey, is it okay if you like do a tutorial on trees and shrubs? PS: I looooooove your art and tutorial they are just soooooo wonderful, inspiratonal, amazing.
aww thank you so much!! ;v; haha well I don’t know a lot of trees so here’s two I actually know lmao, oak tree and pine tree I will go study more tree names when I have the time ohgosh _(:3 7 hope it helps!
How to draw folds
Notes on how to draw folds back when I was teaching manga classes back in 2006. From the book “Drawing people” by Barbara Bradley.
This book has a very detailed description of 6 types of commonly seen folds and I think is one of the most educational resource on how to draw folds(Besides Vilppu and Bridgeman).
I’ve waited all my life for this…
Asked by Anonymous
The illustration soc is a society in which people with interests in illustrative work and drawing can come along to learn new techniques, share your work for critique with others, doodle for fun or just to socialise with a really nice group of people.
Workshops are usually themed to specific styles but the committee is always open to helping others so if you want to learn or go about improving on a style you like, just tell the committee and they’ll be happy to oblige.
There is also a more serious side to the society in which we take up commissions from other societies to design logos or whatever else they would like. All members can take part but you don’t have to if you don’t want to.
Nothing has been set in stone yet but you can find the committee on socmart and dates for workshops and other events should be set by then.
Also, the Facebook group for the illustration soc is https://www.facebook.com/groups/UEAIllustrationGuild/
This gets updated more with dates and workshop themes and is the easiest way to contact the committee if you have any thoughts, ideas or recommendations.
I hope this helped :3
For Anonymous, who requested more Male Anatomy related things.
There are quite a few male related anatomy items in the Art Resource but the search function is a bit persnickity at the moment. I will try and update this post as I get more references. If you’ve got any that I don’t have here, go ahead and put them in my Ask and I’ll update this post.
Kakimari’s Anatomy Dump - This one seems to be for the most part geared towards male anatomy. Everything you could think, legs, arms, feet, hands, necks, shoulders. A nice thorough study that’s really helpful!
Anatomy Study based on Steve Hampton - Some demonstrations on how to stylize anatomy, lots of masculine examples.
Manly Butts - Can’t explain it better then that. Butts.
Manly Legs - Lots of studies of different leg positions.
Hands and Feet - Can quite easily be unisex.
Hands - Another hand reference which could be helpful.
Loomis - Andrew Loomis, basically the patron saint of Anatomy. All his books are here, including extensive male, and female anatomy.
How to Draw Beef - Everything it promises to be~ Aka: fantastic. Great references for muscles, different body types, ect.
Dicks - How could I almost forget all these cocks.
Feet - Feeeeet.
Neck and Shoulders - As it says, some nice neck and shoulder references.
Different Male Bodies - Good resource for a few different types of bodies that are still pretty aesthetically pleasing.
gaaa I’m so sorry dear anon I do have your ask sitting in my message box I was taking so long to answer because I wasn’t too sure on drawing glasses myself so I went to try on my mom’s glasses but I got so dizzy after that you see I don’t wear glasses I need to wear one to feel how it’s like to wear one so I can understand them but yeah I think I figured it out now I’m sorry I hope this helps ;w;