putting this up, since my website project for university is finished and I don’t have to put it on the web anymore.
a very, very basic image guide on how your portfolio should be presented or appear, whether you’re in fine arts, graphic design or illustration, illustrated by yours truly
please do NOT remove the commentary while reblogging, do not reupload anywhere else.
I drew a newer/cleaner version of this in English for the anon who asked for an English version a month ago or so? Sorry for taking so long orz
This has the same info in it as before except for one extra point.
Anyways, again, these are all self-observed notes! I don’t study art or whatever! And I highly suggest you look at different pictures of faces and practice this to have a better understanding.
I shared this link a long time ago in my plurk and I’m going to share it now. Since I have so few followers I don’t care.
That blog has hundreds of How to Draw books and art related stuff from software to artbooks. You can find some RARE gems there and some great highly renowned books like Andrew Loomis and Richard Williams’s The Animator’s Survival Kit.
Edit: Fixed the link lol, if it’s still not working just copy/paste http://eddiesekiguchi.blogspot.pt/ on your browser.
Thank you for everyone who attended the first session, I will upload the video to youtube if I can. For now the full session is available at: http://www.livestream.com/silverrubyworkshops
I apologize if the first session is confusing, but it will be easier to understand the tools as I present…
MAGICAL PHOTOSHOP FILTER THAT MAKES PERSPECTIVE GRIDS FOR YOU
Okay, maybe people know about this for awhile already, but I just discovered it last night when I was copy pasting something and instead of pressing Ctrl+V, I hit Ctrl+Alt+V.
Best things tend to happen by accident.
(Except maybe pregnancies, but even that’s arguable)
Holy balls on a platter this is helpful.
Thank you so much for making this! I’d.. Never really thought of doing this. D: