|What size and dpi are your commissions usually?Thanks|
theres no set size for the canvas but i usually work on ones that are at least 1000px
dpi is always 300 no matter what im drawing
|Hello Have you seen all the drawings I've liked it a stunning and distinctive Can you teach me if allowed to draw anime And I will be thankful to you|
ahha thanks but i dont think i can teach you something like that…
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fonts arent working on my comp rn so youll have to suffice with some blingee text generator i found online LAUGH ILL CHANGE IT LATER MAYBE
this is like…text wall maria……..;;;;
i wish i could write like this for uni… too bad i have no emotional connection to anything school related
|I have a few questions about finding an art style and all, assuming you don't mind answering them. For an art style, how much of it depends on the tools you use, and how much depends on the shape you give things? How unique do you usually want to be? And how much of a style is little unusual art quirks? (ie always having the upper eyelashes come down to line up with the tip of the eye close to the nose) Or maybe I just need a basic tutorial on pointers of getting a style. Either answer is fine~|
hello! thats alright~ ill see how i can address your concerns… it sounds like you are seeing “style” in a very mechanical way, which i feel shouldnt be the case. prepare to be textwalled coz im procrastinating uni work.
someone asked me something similar awhile ago which also explains some things…
when people look at styles and try to find where they want to go, i dont think they truly see how overpowering ones personal art style really can be. style can be seen in how they draw the face, the clothing wrinkles, the flow of their strokes, the subtle colours then choose, how much they smooth out their shading, how thick their lines are etcetc. its really hard to say “ok im going to change this part and that part and this will be my style”. i feel if you are forcing yourself to add lil quirks here and there then it doesnt feel natural and deeply ingrained into you. sometimes i forget to add things to my art or i decide to do something new but its still visibly my style. personally i think a style shows everyone what you like, who you are and how you want to express yourself to everyone, even if its just a little bit, so in a sense a style should come to you naturally right?
as for the tools… have you ever tried using different programmes or different media? usually when people draw, their style is very visible, no matter how minute, in the art they produce. you yourself may not be able to pick it out but styles should be visible no matter how you go about drawing things. thats why it is your “style”. for some people the tools they use are a defining factor of their art as they may use it for certain effects but everyone draws in pencil eventually and you can still tell its your fave artist drawing when they sketch. a strong style should be able to be picked out regardless of the medium you are using.
its a lot easier to change and discover your own style when youre just starting out though… but its not impossible to change your style later if you try hard enough. in the end, the artists you like and the things you are influenced by are still the same so changes arent completely dramatic.
a “tutorial” for style would just be a guide where they tell you to be inspired by different things. there shouldnt be a walkthrough that tells you ok add this dont do that and voila theres your style. just doodle, experiment, broaden your horizens, take little things from 5 artists you like and squish them together and see what happens…
this answer is really lacking pictures… tl;dr dont force things too much!!! your style is present even though you think you dont have one!!!!
im so masochistic its terrible i cried while drawing this omg
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