Meiyaku-New Year Special- Part 2 (end)

Part 1

art by Eternal-S | Story by Nyuun & Nyuuma

— 1 week ago with 18 notes
#manga  #edo  #meiyaku  #read  #oneshot  #eternal-s  #nyuun & nyuuma  #art  #story 

Meiyaku-New Year Special- Part 1

Part 2

art by Eternal-S | Story by Nyuun & Nyuuma

— 1 week ago with 14 notes
#manga  #art  #story  #meiyaku  #eternal-s  #nyuun & nyuuma  #read  #japan  #edo 

"He,who can calm any dragons with his melody
He,who can make a frozen lake melt with his melody 
He,who is a lonely musician
He, who’s name is Eriot….”

Drew my PF character for a contest , if you like it please click on the " like" button and share it ,thanks! 

— 1 month ago with 26 notes
#pffk  #pixiv fantasia  #illustration  #art  #eriot  #demon  #lake 
Happy Birthday Cutie Kumi-chuuuuu <33333333333 I hope you will have a lot of fun and plenty of Kris Husband <3333 Here a Kris’s proposing to you ^q^

Happy Birthday Cutie Kumi-chuuuuu <33333333333 I hope you will have a lot of fun and plenty of Kris Husband <3333 Here a Kris’s proposing to you ^q^

— 1 month ago with 28 notes
#exo kris  #art  #proposal  #kumiiiiii bday &lt;3 

kalidraws:

Today I gave my students a quick presentation on some of the basic considerations for composition, which I am now sharing with you! I’ve given them separate talks about color and tonal value/contrast, which are also super important compositional concerns. (I’ll be sharing those presentations too once I properly format them)

I personally love learning about different compositional techniques. It’s fun to think about the ways that the brain views & sorts images, and how we can trick it into feeling a certain way or looking at certain aspects of an image first! It’s easy to fall into compositional ruts (which I am also guilty of) because a lot of art gets by with mediocre, though serviceable, compositions. If you can generally understand what’s happening in an image then it’s generally fine. However, it’s the truly great compositions, where everything in the whole image has been considered and ‘clicks’ together, that bump up an illustration to a visual slam dunk. NC Wyeth is one of my favorite artists for this reason: his compositions are rock solid, varied based on the image’s intent, and always enhance the mood or action he is depicting.

For extra reading, some online compositional resources that I’ve found helpful or interesting include:
Creative Illustration by Andrew Loomis (download it for FREE. Such a great book all-around.)
Gurney Journey (check out the “Composition” tag, but really everything he posts is great)
The Schweitzer guide to spotting tangents
Cinemosaic (a blog by Lou Romano with some truly WONDERFUL compositions captured from various films)
Where to Put the Cow by Anita Griffin

Happy composition-ing!

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