Anonymous asked: where can i find info on your OCs? ;w; i checked both this blog and your main blog but i'm unable to locate any OC tag/compilation! if you don't have any specific links, then would it be alright if you would thoroughly talk about your OCs and their backgrounds?
I have a LOTloT It’d be hard to talk about all of them but here are a few that I are important to me. Some of them have backstories but I’m not going to go into them because too many.
Naomi is my little one.
Hazel was an adoptable created by my tomodachi Xaki, but I still think of her like an original character.
My traveling boy and deer, Postcards from Nowhere series. Their names are unofficially Shin and Rainie. Unofficially because for the boy I’m still going back and forth between Shin and Travis or Trevor (because TRAVELER). And still unsure about Rainie because I originally wanted Reiner, but then I remembered there’s someone in snk with name. I had a character named Keanu and I get asked all the time if he’s named after Keanu Reeves.
Odette and her boyfriend. I had a temp name for him but I don’t remember what it was.
These two also. Currently don’t have official names.
Narcosia, created 2010/2011 for the sole purpose of using as a model for clothes I designed
ok putting more under cut because i dont want to take up too much space on your dashboards.
Anonymous asked: I just can't seem to get clothing and wrinkles to even look remotely like anything. Where is a good place to start? Do you just use photo references? Sometimes I want my stuff to look pretty cartoony but I get carried away using photo reference and then nothing I draw makes sense anymore :(
Nah, I don’t do refs for wrinkles. To get clothes right, it helps if you have the body sorta there first and you just put clothes on top of it.
As for folds, it’s kinda intuition with me. They will act differently depending on what kind of clothes and how they fit.
Loose and form fitting for example
It tighter clothes, there will be areas of strain where there are joints and curves.
In loose clothing, the folds would be determined by the natural drape of the fabric.
hope that helps a little!
not a guide or tutorial by any means, but posting here in case it is useful to anyone