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prismplague:

Click Images for pricing in the captions Captions are broken?!?!

Headshot Lines: $10 / Headshot Coloured: $15

Fullbody lines: $15 / Fullbody coloured: $25

Illustrated (Half or full body): $60 / Traditional: $100 + Shipping

Extra characters are +half the original price per character added.

Yay! I’m almost done with my last batch of Commissions and here’s some more! I’m accepting $5 all of the time And then Only 10 slots for regular commissions!

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  • DA RULES

I need to have visual references only, no exceptions (They can be other peoples’ drawings, you own MSpaint sketches— SOMETHING)

No porn, no Licensed characters, Fan Characters are totally welcomed!

Payment first, I hold your money until I finish the commission and refund if I hit any snags with life or other inconveniences (Like Photoshop not working, ect..,) 

For Commissions that are $50+ I will send you progress images for adjustments and opinions :)

  • ~A little info about the $5

You can get more than 1! They can be anything from a loose sketch to a fullbody to a fat unicorn of your character.  They’re the “Random selection” Of the commissions.

If I do a $5 that you like and you would like fully coloured, we can upgrade it to one of the options above! :)

Got an hour? Watch the entire playlist on YouTube and learn how to do all of this:

  1. How to animate a 2D bouncing ball (+ introduction to animation workflow) 
  2. How To Animate a Bouncing Ball in Perspective 
  3. How To Animate An Unbalanced Mass 
  4. How To Animate Physical Exertion 
  5. How To Animate An Explosion 

artbychamba:

#inktober piece drawn on the drive back from #NewYork to #Chicago after #NewYorkComicCon #NYCC
Quite a fun challenge to drawn whilst in a moving vehicle.
Tools used: Black #PentelOfAmerica #BrushPen White #uniball #signo pen

artbychamba:

#inktober piece drawn on the drive back from #NewYork to #Chicago after #NewYorkComicCon #NYCC

Quite a fun challenge to drawn whilst in a moving vehicle.

Tools used:
Black #PentelOfAmerica #BrushPen
White #uniball #signo pen

Pinchy the praying moleratlobsterpillar

Pinchy the praying moleratlobsterpillar

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

This surrealistic timelapse doesn’t show an ocean in the sky. These are undulatus asperatus clouds rolling over Lincoln, Nebraska. Also known simply as asperatus, this cloud formation has been proposed as but not yet recognized as a distinctive cloud type. Their speed is much slower than shown in the animation, but the wave-like motion is accurate and is the source of the cloud’s name, which comes from the Latin word aspero, meaning to make rough. Though they appear stormy, asperatus clouds do not usually produce storms. They form under conditions similar to those of mammatus clouds, but wind shear at the cloud level causes the undulations to form. (Maybe some Kelvin-Helmholtz instabilities going on there?) You can check many more images of asperatus clouds at the Cloud Appreciation Society’s gallery. (Image credit: A. Schueth, source video; submitted by leftcoastjunkies)

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

This surrealistic timelapse doesn’t show an ocean in the sky. These are undulatus asperatus clouds rolling over Lincoln, Nebraska. Also known simply as asperatus, this cloud formation has been proposed as but not yet recognized as a distinctive cloud type. Their speed is much slower than shown in the animation, but the wave-like motion is accurate and is the source of the cloud’s name, which comes from the Latin word aspero, meaning to make rough. Though they appear stormy, asperatus clouds do not usually produce storms. They form under conditions similar to those of mammatus clouds, but wind shear at the cloud level causes the undulations to form. (Maybe some Kelvin-Helmholtz instabilities going on there?) You can check many more images of asperatus clouds at the Cloud Appreciation Society’s gallery. (Image credit: A. Schueth, source video; submitted by leftcoastjunkies)

Costume design in 10 steps.

Costume design in 10 steps.

Multisegment line w/ cross-section technique

Just something I drew for my animation students.

Just something I drew for my animation students.