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Elesh Norn Playmat
One of my magic friends wanted a playmat with Elesh Norn on it. So, uh… This happened.
Yeah, I’m gonna get one too.

Elesh Norn Playmat

One of my magic friends wanted a playmat with Elesh Norn on it. So, uh… This happened.

Yeah, I’m gonna get one too.

isammakesstuff:

Isometric series.

30 More monster girls 9/30 - Gremlin
You gotta hit these blockbuster bombs juuust riiight.Full list here.

30 More monster girls 9/30 - Gremlin

You gotta hit these blockbuster bombs juuust riiight.
Full list here.

Do you use a graphics tablet? If so, what is the switch to it from hand-drawing like?
Anonymous

I’ve been using a tablet for a couple of years now. First I inherited my dad’s ancient wacom but it eventually died. I was gifted a midsize intuos tablet for my birthday last year and have been enjoying making art with it ever since. However, my current workflow involves doing all the rough sketching in pencils. Both traditional and digital have their ups and downs, and you don’t have to swear by one or the other.

As for the adjustment - going from traditional (pens, pencils, etc.) to a tablet really takes some getting used to. There’s no resistance on the surface unless you have a fancy tablet, and your hand/eye coordination is totally different. Once you get acclimatized (through lots and lots of work) the tablet can be a powerful tool in your kit.

If you’re just starting out though, I would pretty strongly recommend you invest in a cheap pencil and some paper and do a metric shit ton of sketching there before dropping a ton of money on a tablet. A tablet will not make you draw better. Only practice will do that. What a tablet will do is give you access the different options that digital affords - layers, vectors, blending modes, etc at the cost of the tool and time invested in learning it. Absolutely worth it if you ask me, but basics always come first.

Hope this helps!

30 More monster girls 8/30 - Banshee


SHRIEKFull list here.

30 More monster girls 8/30 - Banshee

i think i remember cam saying he read some of HS at one point? but yeah, afaik you're the only lrr person to be 'active' in your enjoyment of it.

I think Homestuck instils varying degrees of curiosity among the crew, but that’s about it. And fair enough! That comic is really not for everyone.

Tangentally related to my last ask answer - my mom hasn’t read Homestuck, but that hasn’t prevented her from doing fanart commissions for it at conventions.

I knew Kathleen liked Homestuck, and now I know you do (the porrim picture) does anyone else in the LRR Crew/Cast like it?

I don’t actually think Kathleen reads Homestuck, which probably means that I’m the only one on the crew that does. I think everyone knows of the comic, but as far as readers/fans I think it’s just me.

youdidnotseeme:

Dear ‘the way you draw schoolgirl porrim inspires me to continue living’ Anon: Me too. Me too. Though this entire thing has just ended up with me watching Sukeban genre movies all day long. NOT THAT THIS IS A BAD THING. Hot damn. 

WHEEZE

youdidnotseeme:

Dear ‘the way you draw schoolgirl porrim inspires me to continue living’ Anon: Me too. Me too. Though this entire thing has just ended up with me watching Sukeban genre movies all day long. NOT THAT THIS IS A BAD THING. Hot damn. 

WHEEZE