Red fox mouth, teeth and nose close ups. Feel free to use these as reference material.
The jaws are fairly long and tapering, with long fangs and pinkish gums. The nose is small but highly sensitive. The whiskers are long and black and found both on the upper and lower jaw.
Hey, folks! I’m happy to announce that The Pride of Life will be updating again on the first Wednesday in April! But what’s this about getting to access new pages early?
Well, as some of you may already know, I’m shifting career gears and getting back into doing comic work, and I’d like to try and make PoL work for me. That’s where Patreon comes in. You can support PoL by becoming patrons and pledging small amounts per month that you set—as low as $1! In exchange, you’ll not only have early access to new pages, but other tiered rewards!
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There are TWO sides of Deviantart…
charihunter said: The way you draw the hair please! The ends look so thick and real. It baffles me how you do that.
I hope this helps a little, Charihunter!
It was a little difficult making a tutorial on how I draw “chunky” looking hair (I’ve reached the point where I just sketch it down without guides!), but I hope a short step-by-step guide and some break downs of already existing sketches helps clarify things.
1. Draw out the basic shape of your hair, whether you’re working on bangs or the overall shape. I like my hair to have movement, so slanted or curvy lines work the best!
2. Add some interior lines. Vary them a little. These lines will define the thickness of the strands.
3. Once the main body of the hair is defined, I’ll usually add a few stray strands. This also shows some movement, and works well to convey a breeze.
4. The last step is to vary all the strands but not too much. Add some more interior lines to “cut out” certain areas. Shorten some strands and lengthen others.
These are meant to show a basic overall shape that the hair follows, and also some variety in size.
I apologize it isn’t more in depth! If you have any other questions though, feel free to ask!
While working on a browser game with cute, Disney-like anthropomorphic animals…
Client: Oh Jesus f***, we can’t have furries in our game. This is supposed to be a kid’s game!
Me: Uh… well, I based these off existing character designs. What makes them more…. “furry”… than the other ones?
- jfashion magazines!!! (helps out with outfits/people)
- paint online!!
- some paint tool sai brushes!!
- mypaint (its free and its kinda like photoshop its really cool!)
- firealpca (its free and its pretty much a mix between sai and photoshop!!)
- photoshop (for free! and other stuff)
- more textures
- more brushes
- bonus: a kawaii photo editor
Suburban Poltergeist: A 30-Year Silence Is Broken.
Nothing on that balmy August evening seemed even slightly out of the ordinary. Peggy Hodgson was busily tidying up her terrace house in Enfield, North London, after her four boisterous children had once again left it looking like a pigsty.
Mrs Hodgson’s daughters were upstairs getting ready for bed. As usual, 11-year old Janet was playfighting with her elder sister, Margaret.
Then, as the pair rolled around and giggled on the bed, something most peculiar happened: a chest of drawers began sliding slowly across the floor towards them.