An anon asked for a step by step, but I just realized right now how bad I am at explaining things. Well, this is not a tutorial, is a “how I do this shit” okay? 
I make a basic sketch and poorly photograph it.
I put the base shapes and color over the sketch on Paint Tool Sai, and then delete the sketch layer. Each shape it’s on its own layer, so it’s easier to shade it later.
Then I add some basic shades using clipping mask on each layer. I also make the hearts for the gif.
I save it as a photoshop file. In photoshop, I merge all the layers together except the hearts, then I add a texture so the gif colors won’t turn out as ugly (compare 3 and 4). I also add a stroke so the noise goes to the stroke, not the drawing (again, compare 3 and 4).
Then I duplicate the drawing and merge each one with each hearts layer. I click in “Make frames from layers”, adjust the timing, save for web as a gif and it’s done!
Finished gif.
Anyway, that’s how I do these gifs and stuff. Hope you liked anon!
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An anon asked for a step by step, but I just realized right now how bad I am at explaining things. Well, this is not a tutorial, is a “how I do this shit” okay? 
I make a basic sketch and poorly photograph it.
I put the base shapes and color over the sketch on Paint Tool Sai, and then delete the sketch layer. Each shape it’s on its own layer, so it’s easier to shade it later.
Then I add some basic shades using clipping mask on each layer. I also make the hearts for the gif.
I save it as a photoshop file. In photoshop, I merge all the layers together except the hearts, then I add a texture so the gif colors won’t turn out as ugly (compare 3 and 4). I also add a stroke so the noise goes to the stroke, not the drawing (again, compare 3 and 4).
Then I duplicate the drawing and merge each one with each hearts layer. I click in “Make frames from layers”, adjust the timing, save for web as a gif and it’s done!
Finished gif.
Anyway, that’s how I do these gifs and stuff. Hope you liked anon!
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An anon asked for a step by step, but I just realized right now how bad I am at explaining things. Well, this is not a tutorial, is a “how I do this shit” okay? 
I make a basic sketch and poorly photograph it.
I put the base shapes and color over the sketch on Paint Tool Sai, and then delete the sketch layer. Each shape it’s on its own layer, so it’s easier to shade it later.
Then I add some basic shades using clipping mask on each layer. I also make the hearts for the gif.
I save it as a photoshop file. In photoshop, I merge all the layers together except the hearts, then I add a texture so the gif colors won’t turn out as ugly (compare 3 and 4). I also add a stroke so the noise goes to the stroke, not the drawing (again, compare 3 and 4).
Then I duplicate the drawing and merge each one with each hearts layer. I click in “Make frames from layers”, adjust the timing, save for web as a gif and it’s done!
Finished gif.
Anyway, that’s how I do these gifs and stuff. Hope you liked anon!
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An anon asked for a step by step, but I just realized right now how bad I am at explaining things. Well, this is not a tutorial, is a “how I do this shit” okay? 
I make a basic sketch and poorly photograph it.
I put the base shapes and color over the sketch on Paint Tool Sai, and then delete the sketch layer. Each shape it’s on its own layer, so it’s easier to shade it later.
Then I add some basic shades using clipping mask on each layer. I also make the hearts for the gif.
I save it as a photoshop file. In photoshop, I merge all the layers together except the hearts, then I add a texture so the gif colors won’t turn out as ugly (compare 3 and 4). I also add a stroke so the noise goes to the stroke, not the drawing (again, compare 3 and 4).
Then I duplicate the drawing and merge each one with each hearts layer. I click in “Make frames from layers”, adjust the timing, save for web as a gif and it’s done!
Finished gif.
Anyway, that’s how I do these gifs and stuff. Hope you liked anon!
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An anon asked for a step by step, but I just realized right now how bad I am at explaining things. Well, this is not a tutorial, is a “how I do this shit” okay? 
I make a basic sketch and poorly photograph it.
I put the base shapes and color over the sketch on Paint Tool Sai, and then delete the sketch layer. Each shape it’s on its own layer, so it’s easier to shade it later.
Then I add some basic shades using clipping mask on each layer. I also make the hearts for the gif.
I save it as a photoshop file. In photoshop, I merge all the layers together except the hearts, then I add a texture so the gif colors won’t turn out as ugly (compare 3 and 4). I also add a stroke so the noise goes to the stroke, not the drawing (again, compare 3 and 4).
Then I duplicate the drawing and merge each one with each hearts layer. I click in “Make frames from layers”, adjust the timing, save for web as a gif and it’s done!
Finished gif.
Anyway, that’s how I do these gifs and stuff. Hope you liked anon!
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An anon asked for a step by step, but I just realized right now how bad I am at explaining things. Well, this is not a tutorial, is a “how I do this shit” okay? 
I make a basic sketch and poorly photograph it.
I put the base shapes and color over the sketch on Paint Tool Sai, and then delete the sketch layer. Each shape it’s on its own layer, so it’s easier to shade it later.
Then I add some basic shades using clipping mask on each layer. I also make the hearts for the gif.
I save it as a photoshop file. In photoshop, I merge all the layers together except the hearts, then I add a texture so the gif colors won’t turn out as ugly (compare 3 and 4). I also add a stroke so the noise goes to the stroke, not the drawing (again, compare 3 and 4).
Then I duplicate the drawing and merge each one with each hearts layer. I click in “Make frames from layers”, adjust the timing, save for web as a gif and it’s done!
Finished gif.
Anyway, that’s how I do these gifs and stuff. Hope you liked anon!
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An anon asked for a step by step, but I just realized right now how bad I am at explaining things. Well, this is not a tutorial, is a “how I do this shit” okay? 

  1. I make a basic sketch and poorly photograph it.
  2. I put the base shapes and color over the sketch on Paint Tool Sai, and then delete the sketch layer. Each shape it’s on its own layer, so it’s easier to shade it later.
  3. Then I add some basic shades using clipping mask on each layer. I also make the hearts for the gif.
  4. I save it as a photoshop file. In photoshop, I merge all the layers together except the hearts, then I add a texture so the gif colors won’t turn out as ugly (compare 3 and 4). I also add a stroke so the noise goes to the stroke, not the drawing (again, compare 3 and 4).
  5. Then I duplicate the drawing and merge each one with each hearts layer. I click in “Make frames from layers”, adjust the timing, save for web as a gif and it’s done!

Finished gif.

Anyway, that’s how I do these gifs and stuff. Hope you liked anon!

Sniper and the Übercharge

It just hit me now how Sniper must’ve been excited about the Übercharge. I mean, in Meet the Medic, we all know how amazed he was seeing the first Übercharge ever.

Then, we see that he is the second on the line to implant the Über, only after Scout. Can you imagine Sniper running at the chance to be invincible?

And finally, when he does have the Über in his heart, we can hear his creepy voice lines like:

So yes, Sniper was definitely excited about being invincible.
And I think that’s totally adorable.

Anonymous asked:

I've been quite severely depressed for a while, but I won't lie, your cutesy art lifts my mood a couple of notches. As a film student, I believe that I am also an artist, but I've been at a full creativity stop, a giant art block, for nearly a year now. I can't find anything to draw, I can't find inspiration to do music, and most importantly, I have no inspiration to fulfill my film dreams. How do you find inspiration?

Hi, I’ve been thinking a lot about how to answer this, so this is going to be long.

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First of all, I have to say that it fills me with joy to know that my doodles can brighten up your day, even if a little bit. Thanks for sharing this with me. :)

Now, I really don’t know how to answer you properly, because when I don’t feel like it, I just don’t draw anything at all. I’m actually most lazy than I’m proud to admit, and I do procrastinate a lot by watching series and movies, playing games and by staying on Tumblr.

So these may not the best and wisest advice in the world, but since you asked my opinion, I’m telling you what do I do usually. (It is going to be mostly about drawing, since I don’t know the creative process of film making, I hope that’s okay for you.)

-It may sound silly, but one of the things that made me keep drawing is the positive feedback I get from the fandom I’m currently in. It may be the simpliest doodle ever, but sometimes that is enough to make someone smile, and every like is rewarding.

-Sometimes I also feel inspired to make something as a gift for someone, and it feels pretty good whenever I see their reactions. Once again, it may be the silliest doodle on earth, but you can tell that it made them really happy.

-Another fun thing to do is creating original characters with your friends. It’s really motivating to imagine interactions, backstorys, outfits… For instance, I created characters for me and a couple of friends based on the Lord of the Rings universe, it’s a very silly thing, but it made me draw a lot more than I was used to- and guess what, we have tons of fun with those doodles we share with each other.

What I’m trying to get across here is that you don’t always need to strive for something great, sometimes I get in art blocks whenever I’m way too much perfectionist and don’t get satisfied with the results. Just draw whatever you feel like, if you feel like. And if you don’t feel like, go watch a movie, play a game, spend some time on the internet. Eventually you’ll find something that sparks you interest [be it puppies or gay porn lol]. When you find that something, just sit and draw.

And little by little you’ll find yourself getting better at simple things, like how to make a lineart, or how to color in a easier way. It may seem like a small progress, but it is a progress nonetheless. It will get you closer to your dreams step by step.

I hope it was of some help, I also find myself really unmotivated from times to times, so I know how hard it can be. One last piece of advice, check the posts I rebbloged on my personal blog with the tag "motivacional". Every post it’s really worth the read when you’re feeling down.

I wish you all the good luck, and please let me know if this was of any help at all.