The most common ding I give to RPG admins looking for a critique or review from me is the use of serif fonts in their themes. I hope this clears up any confusion as to why serif fonts are obnoxious as hell to read and will make me (and other potential applicants) want to click away from your blog without even attempting to read a thing.
The original infographic can be found here.
(Source: bamhelps, via thewritingcafe)
requested!! its just some stuff ive learned idk dont trust me too much, i had the parts for this laying around for days and was too lazy to put text on it i also added a collage of some chests ive done last minute
How did you manage to work out pricing out your commissions as I'm finding it so hard as I work with different Mediums mainly because I like experimenting with shit. When I asked my friend to help me she said I should charge £5 ($8.37) for my finished illustration pieces. But I don't think that'll be helpful for someone expecting a sprog. :I
Here’s a simple formula everyone should have handy for figuring out commission pricing:
(cost of materials x markup for materials) + (hours of labor x hourly rate)
This is your BASE PRICE, aka the bare minimum of what you should be charging. Your hourly rate should be absolutely no lower than minimum wage in your area.
An ornate 6 shot wheel-lock revolving musket decorated with gold, silver, ivory, and bone. Originates from Russia, 16th century, possibly restored or added onto in the 18th or 19th century.
(Source: liveauctionworld.com, via badgersinbowties)
Love your artwork!! :) as a professional illustrator, would you tell me some advice on developing potrait? im always mess up when it comes to potrait drawing. i really dont know how artist like you can be so precise in developing value for face. Thank you very much :)
Hello and Thank You :)
The first thing if You want to do portraits is to know anatomy. Start with learning what is under the skin and understand how it affects the face. When You got that covered You must know how face is structured. That will give You the knowledge how to light head. Head is a cube-like object. (yea! NOT sphere!) On face we have other little cube-like object (nose).
A great exercise is to find photos of a face and draw structure lines over it.
You see clearly now? The structure of a nose, where cheeks are, forehead etc.
After doing this You will be able to create the face from a memory using these helping lines.
Like here. This is Michael Hampton exercise:
You see how everything fits thanks to the structure lines?
Drawing a face requires TONS of practice. Find thousand photo references and practice.
Understand the anatomy and face structure first. It’s basic.That would be the things I would recommend for everyone who start drawing faces :)
I hope it helps a little!
i am a result // a mix of songs for death; those dead, those dying, those left behind, and that which waits for all of them, like an old friend (who most fear to let in the door).
i. o death - ralph stanley | ii. gravedigger (acoustic) - dave matthews | iii. coma - yann tiersen | iv. dead things - emiliana torrini | v. i died so i could haunt you - stars | vi. (don’t fear the) reaper - s.e.k.s. | vi. it catches up with you - trent reznor & atticus ross | vii. in a graveyard - rufus wainwright | viii. leave my body - florence & the machine | x. death! - danny elfman | xi. i will follow you into the dark - death cab for cutie | xii. flesh and bone - the killers | xiii. for whom the bell tolls - steve baker & carmen dave | xiv. cancer - my chemical romance | xv. skull crushing - cliff martinez | xvi. oh death - noah gundersen | xvii. all dead, all dead - black gold
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That piano music from CA:TWS that people keep asking about. Taken from track 17 on the soundtrack, “End of the Line”.