De-stress doodle for the end of the night.
Perspective assignment for layout class. It turned out better than expected, so, meh, might as well upload it.I mean ERHEM YES THIS IS FOR WITCH WEEK. YEP. MY WITCH ROOM. DEFINITELY INTENTIONALLY PARTICIPATING IN WITCHSONAS N SHIT.
Jubilatio, being the babe that she is, is owed a response to her answering my ask on her character ask blog. Tribute to Tonks still being dead ‘n shit. And also a babe.
Doubly also it’s her birthday. Or was. I’m late for the party. Sorry.
his hair still isn’t nearly fluffy enough goddammit but if i kept nitpicking i’d never get this uploaded
So, here you go, and happy belated birthday, Jubi!
Sorry if this has been asked before but I was wondering what kind of tablet you use? I want to start working more on the computer but I have no idea where to start in terms of the actual type of tablet or anything to use. Also for the post you made a while back about which tutorials you should do, I think all three of those sound incredibly useful! I really enjoy your artwork, keep it up :3
I have an old-ass tablet that’s probably going on five or six years right now (it’s a Bamboo Fun), a medium-sized Wacom tablet. Wacom is sort of the default supplier for most artists and studios, so if you check out their website they’ve got various products. Whatever tablet is the cheapest is probably the best to go for, since all the others are unnecessarily huge or accessorized for the professionals and filthy rich people.
Personally if I were looking to get a new tablet I’d go to Staples (or Future Shop, though they usually have jacked up prices) and just browse tablets in-store so you can get a feel for how big they are, plus price-compare in person. (I just checked prices online, and Future Shop has a medium-sized tablet for $200 whereas Staples has a small-sized tablet for $65, but obviously it depends on your location.) It really depends on how big you want your tablet to be and how much money you’re willing to spend. If you’re not sure how big you want it to be, I’d suggest starting with a medium-sized one. (I’m not sure where you live but there might be post-Christmas sales that you can take advantage of.) Yes, they can be expensive, but if you’re serious about drawing and improving your skills it really is an investment that will last you a few years, if you treat it right. Don’t be rough with it, keep it away from liquids, take it out on nice dates on the weekends, don’t insult its mother… That sort of thing.
And thank you for the encouragement! I would certainly like to do more tutorials… if my sassinfrassinfuckin tablet would behave.
Anyway, I hope that answers your question! Best of luck!
SO MY TABLET AT HOME IS A NON-FUNCTIONING DOUCHENOZZLE AND NOW I HAVE TO GO TO SCHOOL WHEN SCHOOL ISN’T EVEN IN SESSION TO DRAW STUFF ON THE SCHOOL TABLET LIKE WHY
I FINALLY HAVE SPARE TIME TO DRAW WHAT I WANT AND MY TABLET IS LIKE YOU KNOW WHAT WOULD BE FUNNY
Hi we’re ridiculous
Hello yes this is our animation class and we’re perfectly professional
I’m proud to have witnessed this creation in our classroom