i told myself i would quickly redo this post before doing anything else bc i don’t really have all these brushes anymore so i did hahaha. EXTREMELY HUGE MASTERPOST FEAT. ALL MY IMPORTANT BRUSHES!
ummmm, info on some of my brushes :
- i use the ‘Blotchy Thick’ brush on most of my art! really good for lineart.
- the ‘Ballpoint Pen’ is really handy for writing.
- the ‘Pen’ brush is one of my fave brushes! idk it just has like. that really crisp looking edge to it. i tried to get it look really nice like a photoshop brush.
- 'Pencil' brush is what i use for editing dangan ronpa sprites!
- 'Smooth Jazz' is really cool. it looks all wispy if you hold your stylus down and add pressure lightly.
- 'Sumi-E' is really cool and handy when it comes to making those really old Japanese styled traditional art.
- a lot of these textures should be in SAI already! heck, most of my brushes don’t even have textures.
It gets a little lonely,
All these empty rooms,
Just watching the hours tick by
other [rough] preview of a little part of my second submission to the artbook ;u;
twinkle twinkle little star
why is art so fuCKING HARD
twinkle twinkle little FUCK
I give up.
This is my anthem
We are not so different.
I love this, we are all just occupying different forms
this is the coolest f*cking thing
this is so important
#and you know each seriously was said in a different tone
#and you know exactly which tones i’m talkin about
We are always told to use body language in our writing. Sometimes, it’s easier said than written. I decided to create these cheat sheets to help you show a character’s state of mind. Obviously, a character may exhibit a number of these behaviours. For example, he may be shocked and angry, or shocked and happy. Use these combinations as needed.
this is also an awesome guide for drawing emotions