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morbi:

sweetappletea:

blyujay:

yeah man this is the tough thing about height but its funny that PEOPLE DONT EVEN NOTICE THOSE TINY DETAILS in comic art

Oh man bless this post, height differences in art is a big pain and this is incredibly helpful.

Good.
drawing in Araki’s style with quill is so much fun
kada-bura:

Practicing hands on hips because yO THATS WEIRDLY HARD TO DRAW FOR ME
amazinginterior:

New Post has been published on http://www.amazinginteriordesign.com/make-cute-sock-dragon-kids/

Make This Cute Sock Dragon for Your Kids

Images via:  craft passion 
To make this sock dragon you will require two pairs of socks. The first will be in a single color like the orange pair above and the second will be striped. Take the first colored sock and place it over the striped sock in the way shown. Mark it as explained in the photo. Also mark a line on the striped sock. Draw the spikes and wings on the striped socks leaving the part to be used for belly. Then draw the arms and feet on the second colored sock using  this template. 
 Sew the striped piece for belly to the body. Sew the body, spikes, arms, feet and wings leaving a bit opened to make them inside out. Then bring all the pieces inside out and stuff them. Detail the face of the dragon.
 Also sew the spikes to it. Sew yellow patches to the feet and attach the wings. Also make a tongue with red felt and attach that too.
 A cute sock dragon is ready for your kids. If you want further details view the comprehensive tutorial at  Craft Passion.
reishizuya:

HEY GUYS THIS IS A REALLY IMPORTANT ART REF
HOW TO SEW SLEEVES WITHOUT WANTING TO MURDER EVERYTHING: A TUTORIAL

aicosu:

cowbuttcrunchies:

thevvioletprince:

vintage-aerith:

Someone asked that this be rebloggable so HURR YOU GO

Patterns are really dumb in telling you to finish the body of an outfit, then finish the sleeve, then attach a circle to a circle. It’s possible to do, don’t get me wrong, but unless you have a lot of experience it’s sometimes very aggravating trying to evenly distribute the sleeve around the “hole” cut out for it and match up the seams under the armpit!

(Please note…some patterns, especially to achieve tailored looks, require you to do it the traditional way. Don’t use this method for fashion school assignments or super-complex garments as it will probably screw up the way it ends up fitting in the end. This is mostly for the use of cosplayers to make their job a little easier.)

SO THIS IS WHAT I DO.

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PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE SOURCE OR REPOST, THANK YOU

This is a great tutorial; it’s how I always attach my sleeves! C: (and it’s actually a legit way to do it, it’s how we made our mens’ shirts in my fashion class, haha. As long as you finish it with a nice seam it’ll work!)

I always find sleeves the most troublesome thing to draft/modify, so this is awesome!

WHHAATTT!!??