Edition #6 'Show Me Yours'WEBSITE | MY STORE | PATREON | FACEBOOK | tsū | PINTEREST | TUMBLR | LINKEDIN | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Hey viewers. I have
Edition #5 'Show Me Yours'WEBSITE | MY STORE | PATREON | FACEBOOK | tsū | PINTEREST | TUMBLR | LINKEDIN | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Hey everybody. How'
Edition #4 of 'Show Me Yours'WEBSITE | MY STORE | PATREON | FACEBOOK | PINTEREST | TUMBLR | LINKEDIN | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM Edition number #4 is here. I've rounded up some art that have been sitting in my favorites.
Patreon Account and WebsiteWebsite UpHello everyone. This time, for just a blurb. I have re-established my website which is now up and running at www.vincejimenezstudios.comFeel free to like it, share it on facebook, twitter, pinterest, all your social media and let me know what you think of it. PatreonAlso, I have recently established a patreon account. That link can be found below athttps://www.patreon.com/vincejimenezstudiosThere, you will be able to find never before seen content as well as first looks on my 3d and digital works. Support me clicking on the link. Lemme know what you think and hopefully win some cool prizes and bonuses.WEBSITE |
Show Me Yours? Edition #3WEBSITE | PATREON | FACEBOOK | PINTEREST | TUMBLR | LINKEDINAnother day, another edition. Here are some fantastic artists and pieces I've discovered on deviantArt recently. I've also been thinking about creating a group. More so with a focus on helping artists with challenge participations, daily spitpaints, critiques, etc. all in the digital and traditional mediums. Let me know in the comments below if the idea is interesting to you! I'll be happy to hear your feedback.
Show Me Yours? Edition #2Hey everybody. I'm back once again. Short version, this was due to internet provider issues. I'm glad to be back Go to your favorites folder and show me...The first deviation of your first page:Created by :iconpeterku:peterkuThe second of your second page:Created by :iconJonasDeRo:JonasDeRoThe third of your third page:Cre
Show Me Yours? Edition #1This awesome idea was stolen from various deviants from around the community, some being :iconelicoronel16: elicoronel16, :iconDamaged927: Damaged927 and :iconrainylake: rainylake. It features a unique way of letting others know your interests in various pieces and artists as well as creating exposure for them and yourself. So without further ado.....Go to your favorites folder and show me...The first deviation of your first page:Created by :iconshibainu-samurai:shibainu-samuraiThe second
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The Real Life Big Hero 6ArchiveThe Real LifeBig Hero 6:iconspotted: spotted:iconbehindinfinity: behindinfinityBig Hero 6 First MeetingTwitterFacebookGoogle+Disney’s Academy Award Winning Big Hero 6 pushed the boundaries of realistic animated storytelling with Hyperion, the new software developed specifically for the film.It simulates the physics of light, creating a more lifelike environment. Hyperion allowed the Big Hero 6 team to capture the air and light of San Francisco in a way never before possible and the spectacular results are visibl
Expensive Taste: When Money Is The MediumArchiveEXPENSIVE TASTE When MoneyIs The Medium:iconeawood: eawood:icontylerdobbs: TylerDobbsFive Dollar BatmanTwitterFacebookGoogle+Our currency is covered in artwork.Engravings on a coin or the images on the back of a dollar help us differentiate between denominations, but they serve other purposes as well. They are used to prevent anyone outside of the government that issues the currency from creating duplicates, and the images are supposed to provide cultural touchstones that bond together its users. Any American can rec
Art + Anatomy book Recommendations15 books I recommend for anatomy, art fundamental study and art inspiration. Please note that these are simply my personal recommendations and books that's helped me a lot in the past. I've taken photos for these books, so Here's a less image-heavy list (on tumblr)This took so much longer than I first anticipated so I really hope people find this helpful cause, seriously, spending 3 days on this does not feel like it was worth it edit: I'm putting the tl;dr list here first as a preview of the books I'm recommending. TL;DR List of booksAnatomy BooksAn Atlas of Anatomy for Artists The Art of Animal Drawing Anatomy for the Artist
How to: AnatomyHuman anatomy is, for sure, one of the hardest things to draw. But at the same time it's one of the most interesting things to draw, because... hey... we love making characters, and it's nice if they at least look a bit like a human being. I'm still far from perfect at drawing the human body, yet I've accumulated some very useful tips, tricks and websites.Good exercisesDrawing from lifeDrawing from life is awesome!Look for life drawing classes in your environment, or if they're not available; ask your friends to pose for you. Go have a drink in the city when the weather is nice, and sketch people passing by. There's nowhere you learn more about human anatomy than by observing and sketching real people. There's only one downside to this; dynamic poses are tricky, as it's hard for any model to hold a difficult pose for a long time. And no... drawing (nearly) naked people in a drawing class isn't awkward. I
Harvest Moon: A Return To The Simple LifeArchiveHARVEST MOON: A Return to the Simple Life:icondamphyr: damphyr:iconneosorcerer: neosorcererHarvest MoonTwitterFacebookGoogle+“Harvest Moon” is known in Japan as Bokujō Monogatari.In a day and age when critics are openly decrying violence in video games, one game in particular is finding great success without the element of fighting or any kind of violence. Harvest Moon first premiered in Japan in 1996, and has grown into a thriving franchise with more than 20 games in the Harvest Moon seri
Dungeons And Dragons: Basement And DiceArchiveBasements and Dice Playing Dungeons And Dragons Is Not What It Seems:iconeawood: eawood:iconeddy-shinjuku: Eddy-ShinjukuDungeons and Dragons Antheia AnRaza IITwitterFacebookGoogle+When you think Dungeons and Dragons, you may be inclined to picture a dark basement with broody, antisocial teens whispering spells and incantations over leather-bound tomes.Perhaps D&D owes its cultural notoriety to the religious backlash against it in the 80s, as well as the over-the-top depiction of fantasy gaming and its players
Anatomy Lessons: How to improve faster in 6 steps!'Life Drawing 5' by algaegoblinDo you know how to sketch human figures but do you want to refine your anatomy skills? Or do you not know anatomy at all and you are tired to trust your imagination? Did you notice you create disproportions in your drawings?If you are aspiring artists and you already have your own style, you might as well believe you have no need of a guide, but you are wrong. Before exaggerating human proportions and begin to have your own style, you first have to know the basics. This little guide is the result of an accurate research and 5 years of high school of art, and it's created for all those who want to learn something new or just make a useful review.For those who have already studied art, my suggestion is to go to step 6 or trying to repeat all steps in Digital format. STEP 1First of all, if you want to learn faster you should draw using traditi
CustomBox+Journal Tips n Tricks-Updated 25-Sep-14More updates comings soon!!You may put all your queries here in this blog comments.Tips & tricks1. How to align your elements in custombox or journal?Use the following code:Content hereYou can change the alignment to left, right, center & justify by simply replacing the words as shown belowContent here2. How do you change the font-size in a custombox?Use the following code:Your text hereYour text hereYour text hereYour text hereYour text hereYour text hereYour text hereThe result:Font size = 1Font size = 2Font size = 3Font size = 4Font size = 5Font size = 6Font size = 73. How to change your font in a Custombox/Journal?Use the following tag to change your font in your custombox.Your text hereExampleYour text hereResultYour text hereSafe fonts to useSerif FontsGeorgia ----- The quick brown fox
Tips for smooth clean line artHi,Is your line art shaky, wobbly, sloppy, fat, uneven or pixelated? The subject of clean line art comes up a lot so I've gathered together a number of tips from various DA members that may help you improve your line art. Some of the techniques described below may contradict other techniques described below so you may want to experiment and decide what works best for you. Most of these assume that you have a digital tablet. (Make sure your tablet drivers have been installed correctly. If your cursor is behaving erratically it may indicate a problem with your tablet or drivers.) Some posts have been edited for brevity or spelling:"I developed my own technique. And it works quite well for me. It raised my Lineart cleanliness from 24% to 98%, yeah, really. Here is how I do it digitally when I'm not using a traditional sketch: First a rough sketch, and I isolate it in its own layer then set its opacity to 50 or something near that value. Then on the second layer
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