Drawing is the act of making marks on a substrate by moving something across it. Discussion, technique, gear, and all kinds of artwork are welcome. Make yourself at home!
The idea is simple: drawing like a maniac very specific topics for a Visual Novels jam on itch.io , 6 days a week, as much as possible.
Basic human anatomy, human heads and hands speacially.
The manga style "above" this anatomy
Very basic backgrounds (maybe even using monocromatic scenes)
Character development with at least one pose and several facial expressions.
Code the game using those assets (I'm already good at this part).
Also, as resources, I have 3 3D apps for anatomy and a manga course (that I never really went that far into learning the style, I think...). And my habilities are somewhat mediocre, but I'm not a total noob.
I have until January 2nd of 2024 to end this project.
Do you think it's doable?
I have a marker that I like, but I’d prefer it if it had a thicker nib. The problem is that they don’t make them with a thicker nib. Do you know if there’s a way to move the ink from that marker into another marker’s barrel so THAT thicker marker will now draw with the original marker’s ink? This seems like something artists would occasionally do, but I can’t find any information about it online.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
I was playing around with washitapeeee The colors are NOT GOOD TOGRTHER [looking at you purple] but it really was just a test so yeh :]
1 of 5 characters that I got commissioned yesterday.
Decided to do a little Warhammer design) #warhammer
I was trying to do this for Mexican Independance Day but took too long. I kept myself from actually working on it mostly because it was my first attempt at an eagle and snake. I swear it looks better in person. All done with super cheap Walmart markers so it looks rough still practicing.
Digital pet portrait of a beloved missed pet, for someone