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Doodling while waiting for lag spikes on my computer to stop ;___; I am sorry for being so busy lately qq I will still try my best to upload drawings for you guys (。┰ω┰。) #sketch #doodle -----artwork (c) yoaihime - All Rights Reserved- do not steal,trace,or reproduce/redraw my artwork. I do not do requests,trades, or F4F. I may not always reply to every comment but I will always read and appreciate them ♡

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13 Short Guides That Will Make You A Color Expert

Color is all around you but you probably don't fully understand it. Why does some art look almost 3D or why do some colors look totally different next to o

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tanuki-kimono: “ Kimono drawing guide ½, by Kaoruko Maya (tumblr, pixiv, site). Booklet is available in pdf for ¥ 900 here. Here you can see: • female kimono and yukata (note how the juban underwear...

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What to look out for when you're painting rocks and clouds. This may be a digital tutorial, but there are loads of useful tips about how to transfer a reference into an image...

What to look out for when you're painting rocks and clouds. This may be a digital tutorial, but there are loads of useful tips about how to transfer a reference into an image...

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(Vast majority of you are great, don't get me wrong) please stop making requests or trying to tell me what I should upload on my own account...it's making drawing not as fun right now as it was before for me. So I am going on semi-hiatus/break. I'll still try to upload daily. Anyways I looked at tripods and camcorders today for videos, I am considering just using my phone but it may be easier to use a camcorder for importing to computer. #sketch #chibi #kawaii #cute #moe #oc ---materials…

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Two hands, one loop: TSP art (art constructed by solving instances of the Traveling Salesman Problem). The entire picture is comprised of a single black loop. | © 2006 by Robert Bosch | oberlin.edu/math/faculty/bosch/tspart-page.html

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John Von Neumann and his machine at Princeton Institute of Advanced Studies. Used Williams tubes (CRTs) as memory devices, but used his stored-program concept, thus modern systems are mostly based on Von Neumann architecture. Photo from Computer History Museum

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