Hands, man. The bane of every beginner artist’s existence.
Having always been more inclined towards girly, shoujo-like drawings, cute decorations were a must for any dress or outfit; frills, lace, bows, etc.
In this post I’ll be going over a simple way to draw frills on dresses, and how to vary their design.
In the ever changing world, digitally drawing is now a legit thing to do, and certainly an appealing option when you don’t have a scanner, and you’re phone just seem to take a decent picture. One glance at Deviantart and you can see some fantastic results-some artworks look almost lifelike.
But where do we even begin?
It’s tough finding the perfect outfit. Even more so if the clothing is drawn awkwardly. Make it look smoother by learning how to add wrinkles and folds!
Soon, you can have hair this gorgeous too.
Hello everyone! So I’m doing a month-long (if not more) project called Project Palette, which strives to make tutorials (and showcase other tutorials) about anime.
So here’s 3 main points about how this is going to work:
- Posts will be on the weekends, unless I either have extra time or not enough time to make a tutorial, in which it’ll appear on a weekday (usually on Fridays). Expect one or two tutorials a week, probably no more than that.
- Asks/Requests are open, so feel free to drop a comment below if you want to see something! Drawings of specific things, however, will be limited to what I know, and NOTHING mature or gory in nature.
- Most tutorials will be about drawing anime; however, there might be a few exceptions. Origami is currently in mind right now, as well as a few other things.
My main WordPress site, What Lies Near the Heart, will still be running along with Project Palette, so if you want to see some of my finished drawings and anime posts, then feel free to drop by.
With this project, I hope you’ll be able to learn something new, and improve your skills!