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just a little pick-me-up for halorvic ♥
Thank you again for this~
There are several that I don’t draw very often (and a couple I’ve probably only drawn once or twice), but I think it’s only the Second Doctor that I haven’t drawn at all because I’m not familiar with any of that particular incarnation’s stories, televised or otherwise. Yet.
(edit: oh actually I did see them in “The Five Doctors”, but that’s about it I think)
"Evil Schemes Or: Elaborate and Not-So-Subtle Ways of Getting the Doctor’s Attention”
Birthday doodle for Galli! Hope you like it mate :)
Anonymous: What tablet do you have and do you have tips for a beginner digital artist?
By the way, I meant which kind as in the Bamboo Splash or the Bamboo regular one, etc. Do you recommend it?
- I use the Bamboo CTL-460 for all my digital work these days. I also own a Wacom Intuos 3 (which was the first tablet I started with) and Monoprice graphics tablet, and have used them both quite extensively. The latter two are superior in terms of pressure sensitivity but I find the older Bamboo to be more comfortable to work with. It’s just personal preference. If you’re new to digital art (and even if you’re not), the Monoprice is a very economical tablet that’s also excellent quality and I know quite a few artists recommend it very highly (some have even given up their more pricey Wacoms in favour of one).
- Tips: basically… draw a lot. Just like with traditional art, or any other form of art, familiarise yourself with the tools at your disposal. Use your tablet to mess around with your chosen program(s) (Photoshop, Painter, whatever). Get comfortable with them. Find out what you can do with them. Don’t focus too much on smaller details like what kinds of brushes people use — amazing works have been created by individuals only utilising the default PS ones (and personally I’ve found that accumulating tons of different brushes, particularly within a short period of time, can make things unnecessarily troublesome). Looking up tutorials can also help, but make sure you don’t get hung up on reading about how to make art rather than actually making art.
Hope that helps!
Simm!Master, #12 (suggested by iamsonothere)
Anonymous: You know, I don't think you get enough love, anon or otherwise. So here's a little bit of love for you. You're an awesome person and a tremendous artist, and I love seeing your stuff on my dash. Have a wonderful day!
Aww, thank you anon, that’s awfully nice of you to say! I hope you have a wonderful day yourself :)
Narvin: What’s this — you’re offering me something?
Braxiatel: Only my hand.
Andred: It’s a human custom. You say “how do you do” and clasp hands. A symbol of trust and friendship, apparently.
Narvin: How uplifting.
- Gallifrey, 2.3 Pandora
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BBCA Intruders Nerd HQ panel (2014)
The Elevator Story
Every floor, someone got on, like a robot and Chewbacca and then some aliens and eventually — and everybody was drunk and it was very late and I was thinking “am I gonna get away with this?”
David Tennant as Richard II, #58 (suggested by strangeparticles)