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Why people need to stop...... whining about female warrior and super heroine character designs.Answer: In short, because they sound like whiny wannabe-feminist with major complexes and no knowledge of how art in a professional level works.So a bit of background story, as some of you know, I was mostly oriented to fine arts, this has been changing progressively with time, and now, I'm more focused to character design and marketable illustrations. This has led me to a lot of research and self instruction via internet. But with the good, comes the bad. I wanted to write this entry for a while, because thanks to lack of experience I used to agree with criticizing the industry standards when it comes to representation of female characters, huge boobs, skinny frame, bikini armor stereotype.And then, I stumbled upon the famous eschergirls tumblr account. http://eschergirls.tumblr.com/First of all I must say these guys have some major balls, to transform this:Into this:Ugh, I think I prefer the bimbo heroine with
Resources LibraryHo ho ho I bring you early presents this year, my resources library updated with links to downloads.-------- RESOURCES -------Brushes:Blur's good brush 4.0 by Xueguo YangBlur's good brush 4.5 by Xueguo YangBlur's good brush 5.1 by Xueguo YangBlur's good brush 6.0 by Xueguo YangBarontieri (Thierry Doizon)SakimichanTexture Brushes by Alectorfencer
A word for artists. Resources and moreFirst of all, I've been hella active lately and I hope you guys enjoy it, because there's more coming, lol. The reason is while I've always taken my career seriously, I committed too many mistakes in my path, may you learn from it and avoid it. After I got out art school, I started teaching myself digital art and eventually freelancing, don't be fooled for a second, while you can arrange your own schedule, learn at your own pace and there's a lot of flexibility, it's incredibly hard, because there's no guidance, there's no one pushing you to reach the next level, everything comes from your own will to improve, thus you can slack like a motherfucker and simply get stuck.I've come to realize that's exactly one of my main issues.I've tried to get formal education, not fine art bullshit, where you will learn little useful techniques to actually work in the field (I already did that), but my particular circumstances preclude me to do so, specifically living in a country where you're