Scribbles inspried by Kill la Kill 13th episode!
Yeaaaah I’m very late on Kill la Kill >_<; it’s ending soon and I’ve seen many many spoilers on internet, so now I’m binge-watching them!
Ryuuko is so cool with her retro-60’s look in that episode!!
I’ve only been able to watch 26 minutes of this on my lunch so far, but I already feel like I’ve learned a lot more stuff that I’d simply never considered before. Reblogging this for all you animation fans and for me to watch the rest of later.
i like cartoons
Kanto Illustrations #050 - 073 - Created by Piper Thibodeau
Piper’s fantastic series to illustrate the entire Pokedex marches on, and here is the latest installment! As usual, Piper’s take on each Pokemon is fun, creative, and delightfully well executed. Be sure to follow along on Tumblr or Twitter for all the latest updates.
I LOST IT AT MACHOP’S LITTLE LEAF
This dvd had a car commercial with Tezuka characters!! Look!!!
i cant really tell if this is serious or not
as somebody who is very close and personal friend with the person who wrote this post, yes it is, and you’re an asshole
we’re not allowed to make fun of how-to-draw manga books anymore? bbbbut that just adds a tantalizing so-wrong-yet-so-right feeling to it (´･_･`)
Disney has posted the entirety of Gargoyles on Youtube for your viewing pleasure (if you live in the US or have a good proxy).
Incidentally, if someone wants to do a gargoyles watch party over the weekend, I’m totally in.
Just keep drawing, constant practice is the key to improvement. Also draw from life, I’m guilty of not doing so enough, especially when I was younger but it’s only more recently that I’ve come to realize how important it is. It helps you with understanding and conceptualizing things like weight, movement and perspective in your pieces.
Animation especially takes from varying degrees of exaggerated real life physics, so observation and a good understanding of how things move, even if you have to watch yourself perform the action 10 times in front of the mirror, really helps your animated action feel more believable.
Hope that was helpful, and thanks for the ask~
Comics are about as close to fanfiction as I have gotten and probably will get, and even comics are a rarity for me or rather have been until more recently. I just prefer telling the stories that come to my head more visually. I’ll usually write thoughts or bits of dialog next to sketches to give a context to the narrative I have in mind for the drawing.