A message from Anonymous
I have this character who's a detective, and he's searching for a serial killer and stuff; I tried to begin with the story but I'm already lost. I don't know how to portray a detective - how a detective works and things like this, I don't know. Do you have some tips to help me? thank you, sweet <3

inkspirals:

Good Guide to Human Proportion

anatomicalart:

fucktonofanatomyreferences:

A respective fuck-ton of female lip references.

(P.S. People have been complaining about not seeing longer photos clearly; Either save it to your computer, open it in another window, or reverse image search it.)

Sources:
Image (1) blue6
Image (2) Robert Matthias

Image (3) Source Unknown

Image (4) chronicdoodler

Image (5) DirtyDre

Image (6) ThoughtUpCreations
Image (7) book Loomis - Drawing the Head and Hands

Image (8) book Jack Hamm - Drawing the Head and Figure (Perigee)

Image (9) discipleneil777 

Image (10) cgart4u

wizards-and-unicorns:

Been Playing wtih procreate and I love the recording function. Fun program. More soon.

wizards-and-unicorns:

Been Playing wtih procreate and I love the recording function. Fun program. More soon.

askthetitantrio:

Since all my braincells seem to be devoted to school right now and none of the asks in my inbox are jumping out at me, I thought I’d answer this one with a quick tutorial.

fucktonofanatomyreferences:

A whole motherfuck-ton of specific male anatomy references.

[I am so gay for these pictures, you people have no fucking idea.]

A message from Anonymous
care to share the brush with us?
A reply from mobble
  1. ya get a borin ol brush shape - I used a basic square with a paper texture on it
  2. check the scattering box… when you draw, keep the window open so you can vary how far apart the scattering is (important for details)
  3. check color dynamics, n mess around with the sliders on the bottom, hue n brightness are fine for me though some people like the saturation one. again keep that open and change it when you draw!

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