open letter to all of my friends
‘sbeen a long shitty week
Stay strong, kiddo u_u
OH MY GOD THIS IS THE CUTEST RESPONSE IN THE WORLD
brother bear, i let you down
you trusted me, believed in me and i let you down
nobody ever talks about the time when Disney made a movie where the main character killed the other main character’s mother because of prejudice and misunderstanding
and then he learns how wrong he was
why doesn’t anyone talk about this movie?
could u imagine
i think thats crazy cool, but can you imagine how much thats worth since its obviously a manufacture error in the color. making it exclusive green
yo how many eggs did it take you to hatch that shiny 3ds
YOU HAVEN NO IDEA HOW MUCH I WANT A GREEN COLORED 3DS O_O
Write characters who are people (x)
when you meet someone cool
when that person thinks you’re cool
when you become cool friends with that person
when you do cool stuff together
Yue asked if I could give some tips on how I draw poses from different angles/perspective. Since I’m really bad with words I figured it would be easier to illustrate it in pictures.
You probably realized that my guidelines follow a “ball-joint-doll” style; basically everything is broken down into simple shapes like sphere, cylindrical, cone etc.
Depending on the ‘angle’ I want to draw the poses in, I imagine how those shapes would look in a 3d environment. Sort of like how objects would look differently when you pan the screen to a different view in a 3d software.
However, I honestly think a more accurate way of drawing anything perspective would be to use the proper rules of perspective (1-point; 2-point; 3-point). To be honest, I myself am still learning about how to use vanishing points efficiently… so I’m afraid I can’t give much guidance on this subject.
Regardless, I still hope you find this brief tutorial useful!
Inspired by the many complaints i’ve received of older Lilo’s resemblance to Nani.