JenjoInk

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Anonymous asked: I know this is a blog for your personal works and such, but this has been bugging me: what the HELL happened to that MLAATR fancomic/fanfic you were working on and promoting some time back?!

Woops! Heh heh yeeeah that one! I know the one!

Well I got caught up in my personal project ROLT, and personal works are above fanworks. I also was very bussy with my freelance biz (published mah first book woo!)  I also got very hooked into the AT fandom which… well let’s say I’m no longer part of that fandom and not welcomed back buy a select few apparently. 

So I have been busy busy busy bee this past year. But I am taking a work break sooo you know it’s possible I may actually get back to that story but start over because oh man I had the most badass story planned for that. 

Really I have it all planned out I just need to write the darn thing :l

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Another example of how to go about expressions. Don’t draw it exactly as you see it, this can make the pose or expression appear flat. Look at a pose or expression and push it a bit, make it better.

Filed under reference expression tips art

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Acting is a big part of drawing. If you want your character to be believable you have to step into their shoes. In doing this our characters also absorb a little bit of ourselves as well.

Acting is a big part of drawing. If you want your character to be believable you have to step into their shoes. In doing this our characters also absorb a little bit of ourselves as well.

Filed under web comics reference artist expressions ((My phone takes cruddy pictures but... you get the idea)) ((A lot of people compliment me on my gestures/expressions so here is a way to make yours more lively!)) ((Tried to match the angles buuut when you're taking em by yourself it's kind of hard)) ((tried mah best))