heya guys! i m just an italian boy who s doodling something ,somewhere, sometimes. i would like to become a comic artist or more, and...well, i ll add more things in future!

 

sdkay:

1-3  foot fetish fan-art

4-6 Original (Sodom, humanized Honey and Shaggy, Dodger and Evan)

Always a pleasure to reblog sdkay art

everydaycomics:

It gets even awkward during Christmas dinner with guy’s religious relatives.


THIS - comic - AMAZING

everydaycomics:

It gets even awkward during Christmas dinner with guy’s religious relatives.

THIS - comic - AMAZING

slashpalooza:

STEREK Derek!teacher

http://nekotee.tumblr.com/ ‘s commission :) She wanted to share it with the sterek fandom :) her idea/prompt. 

PART 1

-PART 2-

-PART 3-

-PART 4-

Oh god, slashpalooza improved style and technique(which were damn good even before) so much!!! Always an inspiration!

Art and Colouring Progress/Step-by-Step/Tutorial thingy :')

nijuukoo:

Heeeey guys, so a lot of you have been asking about my colouring progress, and I’ve wanted to do something like it for a long time, so hopefully this will help! This is by no means the be-all end-all technique, this is just how I went through this drawing, but I still have much to…

O want every walkthroughs detailed like this

ladycamafeo:

bard-core:

a little respect goes a long way

we’re not machines that dispense art in return for kindness, maybe try to keep that in mind about how we might feel instead of feeling bad because you’re not entitled to free art.

=3 I love this comic in particular, there is also people who understand our needs

(Fonte: funquisitor)

impistry:

pinkcookiedoedoodles:

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The things people do not understand when they see someone’s commissions prices; the person doing the work needs to be paid a fair wage for the work they do (and when cost of living/their bills go up, so do the prices they charge). So demanding someone lower their commission prices because you ‘don’t feel you should have to pay that much’ is demeaning the artist and their work. In essence, you are saying that they are not worth the amount they wish to charge and should NOT be paid a fair wage in exchange for all of their experience and effort.

So next time you find that your favorite artist has raised their commission prices, keep in mind that for many artists this as their sole means of income and they charge accordingly so that they can at least try to get by.

And as a side note: MANY artists are underselling themselves because consumers have been taught by big business (and the internet) that they should get something for next to nothing (and sometimes just for free), and that people often forget about the MANY faces behind those cheap and affordable products everyone takes for granted. When you aren’t dealing with a company and are dealing with an individual, the item you want is ALWAYS going to seem like it is vastly overpriced, when in reality, it is actually far under priced for the amount of work/ingenuity/materials/experience/etc that really went into the final product; You are paying for a labor of love, not just an end product.

I saw “legend” yesterday and now i see Iron bull and Darkness as brothers. Seriously, nobody noticed it?

Plugin - VFS Mix version on Vimeo

"Plugin" is the story of a mechanical city in which every citizen it’s part of the city itself, with the duty of generating lights trough the connections between the male and female parts of the mechanism. Everyone seems to fit this perfect puzzle except to the main character G-O, a guy that feels not to match with the rest of his world. When he’ll finally find his perfect match with another guy, the city authorities will try to stop this uncommon union, until they will show them how every connection is after all part of the same energy, love.

CLASSICAL FILM made at VANCOUVER FILM SCHOOL
2014

Author: Sergio Di Bitetto

Music research, Original mix and sound design made by: FILIPPO FALCO

—— THIS VIDEO IS FUCKING AMAZING AND I ASK TO MY FOLLOWERS TO REBLOG IT —— BY FRANK









someone asked for it, so here it is a step by step of the pic with Eric Munjo. sorry it s italian , but it s not difficult to understand:
(using paint tool SAI)1- sketch2- more definite sketch3- lineart 4- base color5- light and shadow (that s how it appears if the layer is set on “normal”)6- final (and that s how lights and shadows appear when the layer is set on “overlay”).hope it ll be useful!it will be surely for me! cause i often forget how to set the layers XD
someone asked for it, so here it is a step by step of the pic with Eric Munjo. 
sorry it s italian , but it s not difficult to understand:
(using paint tool SAI)
1- sketch
2- more definite sketch
3- lineart 
4- base color
5- light and shadow (that s how it appears if the layer is set on “normal”)
6- final (and that s how lights and shadows appear when the layer is set on “overlay”).

hope it ll be useful!
it will be surely for me! cause i often forget how to set the layers XD

pipesandrage:

captainellipsis:

OKAY SO A LOT OF PEOPLE DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT THIS

Back when I was in school for graphic design and I tutored people, a lot of people complained about not being able to afford software (because it is ridic expensive). Autodesk offers free software (with a 36 month license key), to ANY students. Want to learn how to animate? Go grab Maya and learn! Wanna learn how to model characters or just general objects? Go grab 3DS Max! Or maybe sculpting is your thing? Go grab Mudbox and have fun! Or grab Sculptris. There’s a fuckton of programs to mess with and learn things, and no need to go waste time on a torrent. 

The only downside to the license is it’s not for commercial use. Technically you don’t have to be a student either and really who’s gonna know but it’s a great way to practice and learn something new! You are still allowed to showoff your stuff and throw it in your portfolio, so maybe one day you can get that animating job and not have to waste 3k on one program.

All those icons in that third photo? Those are all free programs/apps you can get. They’re all full versions, and come with tutorials from basic to advanced stuff. For both Windows and Mac too. 

So go sign up and, go grab some stuff. There’s really no reason not to.

important reminder that autodesk is awesome and wants you to use their awesome programs so you can get good and buy them for realsies later.