A set-beast fellow I designed to compliment my jackal characters in their roleplaying setting. His name is Kamut and he is not a giant anteater. He’s actually a Sha. Those fluffy bits are fins and his skin is smooth like that of the humble nile mormyrid (elephant nosed) fish, which could have also served as a basis for Setesh’s wonky appearance.
(That’s also the same fish that bit off Osiris’s penis. Considering how tiny their little vacuum hose mouths are, that was either a very big mormyrid or Osiris just had a REALLY small penis.)
I feel like the werewolf genre just makes werewolves generic bad asses too often without exploring some of the pitfalls of being a werewolf….like not wanting to rip your nice clothes because you gotta tear off a dude’s face. (To be fair, she normally would wear clothes that aren’t as nice, but it was an emergency.)
I’m working on pulling together a lengthy werewolf comic story, and this is sort of a little test comic to see if I can deal with drawing werewolves constantly. (Not a problem. It’s super fun to draw werewolves.)
this was really awesome xD
It had been a good while since I had drawn something finished for my big ol’ Post-cyberpunk genre story known as "LIVE GEAR".
Since the main cast are in the military and members of a spec ops unit, I wanted to nail down their casual (and a couple uniformed) dress looks along with their full field-suit duds. I wanted there to be a sort of uniformity but also unique features and aspects to each one as well!
So naming all 6 from left to right we have:
(Top Row): Zeke Rowland, Hilda Stadford, Bailey Strauss
(Bottom Row): Leland Birdsong, Blaine Rockwell, Maj. Soldat Battlecreek
Paul Sereno, UChicago’s devilishly handsome bad-boy of paleontology, shows how the bones of the Spinosaurus reveal it as one of the first semi-aquatic dinosaurs, as well as the troubled saga of locating the bones in the first place, and the cultural impact of returning the fossils to their origin in Morocco.
xsuperbrownieee asked you:Hai again I figured out how to draw guys, except, What do I do when I’m drawing the legs? Like as in crotch lol i’m desperate for a tutorial if you have time.—-DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT AN ANATOMY EXPERT. This is simply how I perceive and it may not be correct.I have nothing to say other than google that shit. Reference will always be your friend. If you can’t find it on google? HEY YOU CAN DO THE POSE TOO! (pose in front of the mirror, take a selfie, ask a friend etc.)It helps you improve faster through observation and understanding of how form/body works. If anyone tells you reference is for amateurs- they are fucking liars. Even pros use reference.It’s so painfully important, if you don’t know how? Google it- or even better draw it from life. Drawing is all about the DO. You cannot draw? Of course you can.I have a best friend (my broski actually) who believes she cannot but she got a tablet last year and her first drawings? Yeah they were ok and a great try for someone who only just picked up drawing for the fun of it and never really drawn/been interested in it up till now. But when she showed me a drawing she did about half a month ago (probably 6 months from when she first started?) where SHE USED REFERENCE? The difference was ASTOUNDING. HER IMPROVEMENT WAS AWESOME.All I’m saying is pick up that damn pencil and DRAW. And you’re going to be so fucking badass I swear~No one is going to do it for you but yourself. This tutorial wasn’t actually for you. It was actually for me. Because the hour I spent looking up reference and drawing this tutorial out, I’ve already practiced and drawn.Tutorials are wonderful don’t get me wrong but there’s a difference between drawing it out and being the one receiving it.
I AM CERTAINLY NOT THE EXPERT ON THIS STUFF, NOR DO I BELIEVE I AM. I am still learning this is MY views on how I draw things which aren’t necessarily correct. (in fact every drawing I do there’s at least one anatomy flaw.)However I hope that this tutorial helps you. Happy drawing, please use reference and go out and draw great things!
Theme // Werewolves
Film: Van Helsing