Dye me like a Sunset: 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…
also: swimming commentary sounds like porn. “he has such nice a long, lengthy stroke.” “oh yeah! Look at that stroke!” “He’s just so smooth.” “I like him. I just—I like him.” “Really good finish.”
saltlovespepper asked: o m o Hai.
sitinomi asked: Hallo~
littleladylazereyes asked: oh hi
Put a “Hi” in my ask & I’ll answer:
1. First impression: 2. Truth is: 3. How old do you look: 4. Have you ever made me laugh: 5. Have you ever made me mad: 6. Best feature: 7. Have I ever had a crush on you: 8. You’re my: 9. Name in my phone: 10. Should you post this too?
The website told me if I didn’t pay for my classes by 10 tonight they would be dropped. They’re still there /stress. I think the manic-pixie-dream-girl stereotype is counter productive, and poorly assessed. I never thought beta-males having to wait for a girl to solve their problems was ever going to be a topic. Why not promote uniqueness and interesting characteristics? And What...
zooglemoof asked: Draw yourself from Okami!
Being realistic is the most common path to mediocrity.– Will Smith (via imfantasyparade)