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December 14, 2015, 04:03:26 PM by Pa Kalsha | Views: 6212 | Comments: 0
The bare essentials for drawing are a sharp HB (#2) pencil, a rubber, pencil sharpener and enthusiasm, but if you want to go any distance, you'll need a few more tools in your pencil case.

For pencil drawing:
  • Graphite pencils - a minimum of H, HB and 2B, but a range from 3H to 6B is best
    You could also use lead holders (in which case you’ll also need a lead pointer) or graphite sticks, but ordinary wooden pencils are fine. It’s advisa
June 19, 2015, 11:25:24 PM by Mother Roshiya | Views: 8715 | Comments: 0
And welcome back! I trust you all have been practicing your one point perspective boxes and plane division techniques that were discussed in our last lessons? And you did the extra credit bit about the cutouts too? No? Go back and brush up on those really quick, I'll wait!

There you are! Now that you're a Plane Dividing Expert and can create cutout sh...
March 30, 2015, 07:38:34 AM by Mother Roshiya | Views: 8603 | Comments: 1
Hello again and welcome to the next step on your way to conquering perspective drawing! So far we have covered the terminology of perspective drawing and learned how to draw the basic box using one point perspective; if you haven't yet had a chance to read those tutorials, I do suggest giving them a look before continuing this lesson.

Now that you kn...
March 27, 2015, 11:00:26 PM by Pa Kalsha | Views: 6100 | Comments: 0
This tutorial will step you through my process for painting fur in simple, character-orientated scenes such as badges and convention IDs - anything that's going to be scaled down is perfect for this technique.
I work entirely in ArtRage, but you should be able to follow along on Photoshop or Paint tool SAI.

Step 1: Flat colour
First draw your sloth.
This first bit is possibly the hardest in the tutorial, which is why I’ve glossed over it in four words. Draw the f...
March 04, 2015, 02:00:57 AM by caleb | Views: 19317 | Comments: 4

In this Tutorial, we'll go through the basics of shading, looking at basic theory and having some practice at the end. Further lessons in the Intermediate and Advanced sections will cover more about ambient light, multiple light sources and so on, but this tutorial will show you how to light an object in the most basic way, with one light source.
March 03, 2015, 11:52:33 PM by Mother Roshiya | Views: 4995 | Comments: 0
Welcome to your first perspective lesson! In this lesson, we will be talking about what perspective is, why you want to learn it, and what some of the key terminology is that will be used in all of the drawing tutorials.

What is perspective? According to Google's search engine when typing in "perspective definition":
Quote from:  Google
1. the art of drawing solid objects on a two-dimensional surface so as to give the
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