Thursday, November 3, 2011

#2

It's study week,
and this is the result 8D
















Thursday, September 22, 2011

Monday, September 19, 2011

[TUTORIAL] Drawing Hair



Let's start with the sketch. Before we draw the hair, make sure you draw the facial parts first okay? *v*


To draw the hair, start with drawing the fringe. You don't have to be so detailed in this process. It's just to get the basic linearts for inking.


DONE.


Now let's start inking. I often start with the face.


Trace the basic hair linearts you've made. Don't mind the details yet.


Rub the pencil lines off. You'll get a clean basic lineart like this :3


Then, start shading at the corner (? lol) of the hair.


Add more lines to the hair. Be experimental. The trick is not to put too much pressure on the inking pen and let it flow smoothly. Shade the edges and thicken some lines.


AND YOU ARE DONE!


-- Meh. My English is getting worse =__=;;

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

TOOLS! :D

Hello peeps!
Okay so some people have been asking me on tools I used to draw.
Aaand here they are:-


First of all, of course, a mechanical pencil and a piece of rubber (ducky xD ) for sketching :3
I don't use the normal -wood- pencil like most people use ^^;;


And of course, inking pens. As you can see, I have LOOOOOOOTS of them with different sizes xD
But I often use 0.1 for my inking :3


My favourite brand would definitely be uniPin
The ink does not fade and spread (?) easily :D (you know, when you're using certain types of paper -.- )


Lastly, a tablet. A cheap one though. It costs around RM 200.
I use the tablet mainly for colouring only.
I don't really draw with it since it has a small space and the friction is different compared to when you're using a normal pencil and paper _-_
but I'm planning on buying a better one soon! ^^


-- So there it goes. As always, questions are welcomed :)

Monday, February 28, 2011

[TUTORIAL]How to Ink Your Drawr! :D

**I'm terribly sorry for the lack of lightning in these pictures. Laziness strikes =A=;



1. Now that you have your sketch, make sure you make it as clean as possible. This will pretty much help you when tracing the lines (:
Ah, and btw, for this tutorial, I'm using the gorgeous-as-ever MAA-san as the subject. Hehe


2. Okay, now trace all the pencil lines. You don't have to put the details (i.e. shadows, lines etc.) yet. This process is just to get the basic line so it'll be easier for you to put details later :DDD


3. (Please ignore MAA's monstrous left hand. I forgot to crop it lol) Erase the pencil lines and you'll have something like this.


4. It's time to put the details. I always start with the hair part. Why? Because I want to u.u loljk As for me, the hair part requires the most details so I think it's better to start with it :3
I made thicker lines mostly at the corner part of the hair (as shown above) so it will somehow looks like shadows xD


5. MAA: "Wuddup ya'll!"

This is what you will get once you were done with the basic shading (:


6. More hair-lines! Okay, this might seems to be a little complicated to do (I had troubles when I start doing it too), but once you have gotten used to it, it will be as easy as eating a blueberry cheesecake :9

[Note to self: cheesecake contains a HIGH amount of fat. kthxbye]

To do this, just draw thin lines according to how you want the hair to be like (straight, curls etc.). Slightly thicken some of the hair lines and put shadows at the edges, but not too much.


7. For other body parts, I love to thickens most of the lines. And I often make the end of each lines thicker (like above)


8. And your lineart is done! :D


** Feel free to ask me questions (: I'll try my best to answer it!

Monday, January 3, 2011