twudle: For people curious about my settings 1. I use the brush tool for almost everything, even for lineart. Easy for rough sketching. 2. Blending, works better with a texture thrown in. 3. Flat brush gets you a semi painterly look, wonderful for laying down color and whatnot. 4. Overlay abuse, I actually do most of my color blending with them haha Brushes downloaded from here I believe
When I first got my woodburning set I can no idea where to begin. There were several different tips that came with my set, so before I started on any special projects I sat myself down with a scrap piece of wood and spent a bit of time testing each tip. This instructable can be used as a beginners guide for woodburning and will demonstrate some of the things that each tip can do. So grab your woodburner, some scrap wood and lets get started!
Mud Kitchens - love them or hate them you can't deny the face that kids and mud are like magnets. There's so many benefits to letting kids play in a mud kitchen (see below) but the thought of having one in my setting (which is also my ho...
sachinteng: DRAGON AGE: MAGEKILLER #5 for Dark Horse Comics The bittersweet final illustration for my set of Magekiller covers. I had a blast doing these, and I’m super honored to have Greg Rucka and Carmen Carnero on the other side of the project. I’m grateful as hell for the ups from Dark Horse. And I look foreward to our future projects! More on that soon~