Submissions by Ashly tagged ish

I meant to just quickly draw this as a warm up to more involved drawing, but it ended up taking two hours. Which ain't a horrible thing, what with the struggle with energy and motivation!

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I received my replacement lightbox today, but I was VICIOUSLY encouraged to just draw over my pencil sketches...so I did.

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V quick scribbles, cuz it's past my bedtime

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HEY! I wanna say thanks for being cool with me posting these trans figure drawings. Here on streak.club, I get the same response as always, which is really encouraging. I've been really nervous about posting these. BUT I really like drawing them. It's the best. ANYWAY. Bye.

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Figure drawing is the best. I dunno why I stray away from it so often.

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More trans figure drawings. "Jet black" pencil, 8b, and charcoal, respectively.

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Aromoma and I are on the same page with these last few prompts. I'd draw Articuno but, woof, that's a tough draw.

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Bout to go on a figure drawing streak, I think. Prepare for nekkid people.

(As always, if you do not want to see nekkid people, let me know. I can always put them in the comment section instead, as a makeshift nsfw filter.)

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A friend has been drawing super creepy, dark stuff lately. So I had to join in and draw one of her creepy characters.

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Here's a page of drawings to make up for yesterday's gross. The heads are from reference.

I ~really~ like the top right head.

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Y'all have been killing it with the drawings lately.

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New tablet. Ugghh. I need to figure out how to make it draw right. There's no real pressure senstivity and drawing a circle gives me a polygon. UGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHH.

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I find it really difficult to draw very tall characters. This is such a promising start that I think it deserves its own post. Also. This grid paper is the best for sketching. I've been meaning to buy more for years now.

Edit: Added the final result. Didn't do a great job on the arms.

Edit edit: Here's another.

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The promised orc. Got carried away and stayed up waaaayyyy past my bedtime.

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I tried to start learning Photoshop. Nope.

Edit: Got a fun look messing around with color, so I banished the black and white one.

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I watched a cool video. I've got lot's a stuff to try out. I wasn't too far off with the overlay thing. No time today though. Going to bed.

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Lol, nope. My breakthrough yesterday was a lie. I don't know how color works. Need to read a book or something.

First one, I started with greys, then used an overlay with just that starting green, then wrote down how that original green interacted with the greys. But for some reason I had it in my head that the new greens should just be original hue, original saturation, and the grey's value. So I wrote down what I thought the new colors "should" have been, and shaded with those, then turned it greyscale to compare to the original grey sketch. Dunno. Dunno dunno dunno. The overlay method definitely looks better to me. It's greyscale is the same as the original grey drawing. Which is what I want! But I want to understand why, rather than just using it blindly. It's a verrrryyyyy similar feeling to learning ridiculous math, and running around in circles desperate for some steady ground, and all the while the professor is completely bewildered as to what I'm even trying to accomplish.

More experiments tomorrow, I guess. Though I get the sense that I'm trying to do something that doesn't make sense and can'twork the way I think it should.

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She looks like she picked a fight with Obi-Wan.

I tried to keep in mind my basic understanding of how muscles work (eg: wires on the back of the arm replace triceps, wires on front replace biceps), BUT MOSTLY I just dicked around and had fun and didn't worry too much about it.

Prolly shoulda spent a minute or two researching what horses look like.