I want to do simple ref things for my characters, which is probably something I’m never going to actually accomplish/finish. Heck, this one isn’t even done, but it’s a start. I just want to have refs/portraits of characters that kind of reflect their personalities and stuff? As well as a typical sort of outfit they’d wear or something. I dunno. I’m feeling ambitious right now, but I’m sure that will change.
I used a stock photo from DA for this, but I’ll have to link it later, because I don’t have the file with me to remember who it was from. Whoops!
I don’t even know how to deal with a screen this big while using my tablet. I just don’t. I brought it to work to see if the Mac wouldn’t be opposed to it and, wow, the Mac drivers really are quality, I’ll give them that.
Also, I had a brilliant moment. I copied my Sai folder onto my flash drive so, you know, I could just run it off of there. Well, I didn’t take into account, you know, the Windows files not being compatible with, well, the Mac. Herp derp. This was despite the fact I knew I’d have to install Mac drivers for the tablet.
BUT! I’m glad everything works well because, since we have a brand new Mac in the Photo Studio, I can just start bringing my tablet instead of my laptop, since it runs nicer now and I can spend my three hours doodling instead of otherwise doing nothing.
Things I am constantly reminded of: how I can’t draw hands.
This is something I saw someone wearing in the photo studio I work at on campus. The photography students use it for, well, their photo projects, and a girl was wearing this for a photo shoot one day and I thought it was really neat looking. I think the shrug/bolero thing was originally sleeveless, though.
Decided to try and re-draw an older picture last night (something I’ve been wanting to do for awhile - a lot of my older work seems to have more ‘life’ to it and I’m totes allowed to copy myself).
The one on the left is from 2000. The one on the right, obviously, is from now. I copped out on a lot - but I was also getting tired. I didn’t stick Phe’s hand on Kyle’s side, but let’s be honest here, it’s really in his back pocket.
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So I realized, upon later inspection, that I forgot a couple things, but I was otherwise happy with how this turned out. I had forgotten her freckles and to color her little antler in! Whoops~