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Monday, December 26, 2016

8 Drawings to receive Year 2017: Year of Changes, Year of Organization - or not!

What are you waiting for 2017?

Hopefully they are good things as they will be implemented.

End year year, even the most skeptical and suspicious prospects will usually always have a quick stop to hear the forecasts, for the new year they will go


Whether your plans are based on rational or mystical analysis, this is a time of preparation, planning, dreams and goals.

Start the year for those who believe or not.
BUT ONLY it provides performance for those who plan and organize.
I have not found the previous phrase in Google, I think I'm the author.

For the beginning of the year they say that 2017 is the FUEGO GALLO Year.

The sign of the person 's cock is a happy person, good mood, precise, organized, determined and self - confidence. But he is also an aggressive, hurried and nomadic person.
Avoid confusion, use your good virtues and joy, discipline and confidence to have victories.
Keeping rigid in their points of view, can not lead to good fruits. Control your dogmatic tendency. His great imagination coupled with his perfectionism will sometimes take to leave a bit of reality.

The year approaching will be a year with lots of energy, vitality, mood, but it requires a great deal of balance from everyone.

Everyone has their place in the sun, but be careful not to burn
Although the "official colors" of the Roosters Gallus is red and black, Eastern wisdom suggests that more orange be used than red, it is also vitalizing and energetic color, but without the aggression and friction of the Net.

Sunday, December 18, 2016

Tips How to Draw a Sexy Woman - Naked or Not! - 11 steps

How to Draw a Sexy Woman

The chosen design has a better notion of curves and details of the female body 

It is almost easy to follow this tutorial, because the illustrations help a lot, just follow carefully, then start with light strokes so you can erase without damaging the drawing and watch the images and success is guaranteed! 

Remember that this method can also be used to draw HENTAI.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Draw a Nude Woman Using Perspective

Advanced Method: Draw with Perspective

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    The perspective is the appearance of a three-dimensional object smaller than its actual size depending on the position of the observer. For example, the image shows how a cylinder viewed from the side, and how it looks smaller when one end faces the viewer in order to be able to see only the annular rim.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016


No one is so wise that he has nothing to learn, nor so foolish as to have nothing to teach.



Sunday, November 20, 2016

Learn to Draw Spiderman

In this video Franzoi draws again the SPIDERMAN.
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Sunday, October 30, 2016

Various tutorial videos for Halloween

Learn How to Draw a funny Halloween Vampire Bat to help decorate your home this Halloween season. Follow along with our narrated step by step drawing lessons. Watch our video previews and then draw it yourself with our easy to follow lessons.

How to Draw Halloween Pumpkin- DIY Halloween Decorations

How to Draw Death - Halloween step by step


Sunday, October 16, 2016

TUTORIAL: How to draw Jimmy Five! in Monica's Gang

Jimmy Five, known as Cebolinha in Brazil, is one of Monica's Gang main characters. He was ... As well as Smudge's father, he is drawn simply as an adult Jimmy, the only differences being his nose and his height. He's very affectionate to his

TUTORIAL: How to draw Jimmy Five!2222

 Welcome to "Always mischievous!"
 Today you will learn how to draw Jimmy Five - the "Monica" in a simple and practical way!
 And the challenge is this: If you can draw Jimmy Five, with the same structure able to draw Maggy, Smudge, Monica and Chuck Billy!

Friday, October 7, 2016

How to draw Sci-Fi (science fiction) a warrior princess

Hello designers and designers, in this article I will spend a few tips on how to create and design the style of science fiction, the warrior princess remembering much an Amazon.
The tip is:
Start drawing with light strokes to not make excess paper.
In this tutorial I just editing to be more visible on the web, but using a HB pencil or pen 2H help you finish drawing seamlessly with most drawings suitable pencil with stronger and striking features like 4B , 6B or, or pencil to outline your design.
1- I want our heroine princess in action pose.
Start by sketching so that the area is the character requires.
Then draw the line in the main body (spine) and the lines indicating the shoulders and hips.

2 Now you can start building the body of the main character.

3- How I build on the core structure of the body, I'm trying to represent the opposite directions of the upper and lower body. One way to do this is in the way that members are attracted.
= To force the tension as much as possible with their action poses. =
4- How to design the main features, I want to keep more subtle and delicate. While our princess is a strong action hero, I do not want your face is very serious or serious. ==
= I added a diadem for her to keep up more according to classical Princess. ==

5 I will give your costume piece, something that fits its forms and simple. =

6 One of the problems with using a vanishing point is the strong influence of the eyes and the look of the character. =

7- How do I paint this piece, I need my ruler and compass. The compass is a large radius BEHIND THE PRINCESS. I used a model for CANO CIRCULAR weapon. =

8- The painting done, you only have to fill in the black areas. =
= The choice of the highlights in dark materials, make sure your lighting scheme. =
= FINAL - Some simple tones with our princess is ready to defend its people!

Friday, September 2, 2016

Sci-Fi - How to Draw Robots Final

This is the second and final part of the tutorial of how to draw sci-fi robots. to read the tutorial from the beginning click on the link below.
While tractor treads and wheels are proven tech, human locomotion needs sophisticated programming, complex legs and giroscopes.
with my basic sketch down, I can ink the robot, as I work my  way down the figures, I embellish and enhance the line work I've already laid down.

Sci-Fi - How to Draw Robots

Sci-Fi - How to Draw Robots
robot 01
when you're designing a robot sidekick, you have any number of options in form and technology.

For this exemple, I'm going to create a rudimentary humanoid robot and a more traditionally built robot.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

How to Draw a Cat [Narrated Step-by-Step Tutorial]

i am back with a
all in my ongoing see
various animals we've had how to draw a lion audra tiger leopard fish all kinds
of different animals this time i'm showing how to draw a cat now a few
years back i did one on how to draw kitten
the face was turned a little bit in the three quarter point of view this time

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

How to Draw Chibi Deadpool

Learn How to Draw Chibi Deadpool with our step by step drawing lessons. Follow along with our easy step by step drawing lessons. Watch our video previews and then draw it yourself with our easy to follow lessons.

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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

How to Draw Ariana Grande - Manga Drawing Tutorial

Learn how to draw cute Anime / Manga step by step - draw Ariana as a Manga celebrity in this drawing tutorial ❤ Drawing Manga: how to draw a girl, hair, eyes & inking ❤1.000

Monday, August 29, 2016

How to Draw a Starbucks Frappuccino Cute step by step Cartoon Drink

What's your favorite Starbucks drink? Learn step by step how to draw a cute Starbuck Frappuccino.
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Sunday, August 28, 2016

How to Draw a Rainbow Cupcake

How to Draw a Rainbow Cupcake Cute + Easy ❤ How to Color, Colour Art - drawing step by step. Learn how to draw on Tutorial Thursday! Check out Fun2draw Food Apps Collection 2 - Learn how to draw cute kawaii cartoon food, desserts, snacks, drinks, yummy characters! ❤

Friday, August 19, 2016

Circles & Cycles

Seven Magical

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Tools for Watercolor = part 3 of 4

I use an O'Hara palette, upon which the color is a mound on a flat surface.
The reason for this is that sullied color runs off and leaves pure color available on the top of the mound.
A dinner plate or enameled tray has the same advantage. Any palette with color in a depression is mechanically inferior.
Contaminated color becomes a constant problem. Water stays in declivities and when paper is wet you cannot get dry color to put into wet areas. Masterpieces have been painted with color in little holes, but they were made in spite of this handicap.

Eighty percent of my painting is done with a two-inch camel's-hair flat brush and a one-inch red sable flat. In many pictures no other brushes were used. This may be because demonstrating to classes everyday — committed to one hour of drawing and painting, and talking while I paint (students cannot sit still longer) — I find these brushes faster. The large flat brush, however, has the following undeniable virtues:
(1) A ready-made straight edge — most expedient;
(2) it holds more color and covers areas faster;
(3) it is an infinitely better "lifting" tool, because its thousands of hairs at the end, squeezed dry, are "thirstier";
(4) it is the best known antidote for "hemstitching," breadth of effect being aided mechanically;
( 5 ) holding the brush perpendicular to the plane of the paper, with its end touching the paper, gives to small parts the beauty of a "tool mark."

Tools for Watercolor = part 2 of 4 The Tools


I feel silly writing about tools.
Hundreds of pages in watercolor books and site have already advised you on this subject; furthermore, the tools used by the best watercolorists have little to do with the qualities in their works.
The color and value chords of each painter, the way he divides space, where his interest lies in the gamut between illustration and decoration, would be his own even if he painted with a sponge and a shaving brush.
I work on the ground, seated on a small folding stool.
I have reasons for doing so.
It gives the same free arm swing the Orientals get painting on their knees, and the angle of vision at that distance encompasses all of my watercolor, so colors and thrusts can be related. But, no matter how much you like my pictures, if you have a big stomach, or are rather broad astern, you will not work on the ground from a small folding stool.
When I use a pencil, a 2-B makes a mark dark enough to be seen under a wash without furrowing the paper.
You may prefer a harder or softer pencil. I frequently draw directly with a goose quill, with a ballpoint pen, or with a brush.
A few people use charcoal. A few times on location will enable you to make your own decisions. I have reasons, however, for using the tools I do. I will give you my reasons.


There is no argument here. Tube colors are best.

Tools for watercolor part 1 of 4

Tools for watercolor

there are two reasons for putting paint on paper.
One is to communicate an idea or an emotion.
The other is to decorate a surface.
Either objective, or the more interesting and more important one of contriving a synthesis of both, has as a prerequisite a knowledge of and facility with the tools used.
These are our concern in this next post.


Watercolor has three glories or virtues:
(1) Faster rhythms — one stroke three-feet long if you wish.
(2) Lovelier precipitations, the truth involved here being that substances obeying their own laws do beautiful things. Look at tide marks on a beach, or auto tire marks in snow.
Coil two ropes and cast one on the floor, then you arrange the other. A glance at them proves my contention. Look at a Rorschach ink blot. This is the truth nobody added nothing to. He poured enamel or paint on the floor and framed the area that pleased him most. Watercolor is trying to help you every stroke you make.
(3) Its white paper showing through a transparent wash is the closest approximation to light in all the media, and light is the loveliest thing that exists.
All of these virtues have to do with the nature of watercolor, which is that it is wet.

Watercolor's Nature

The nature and essence of watercolor is its spontaneity, the swift seizure of a single impression, not the careful building up of design and inclusion of carefully defined detail. That is oil, gouache, or casein painting. Taste is questionable when there is a too arbitrary extension of the natural province of the medium.

Saturday, July 16, 2016

Introduction to watercolor

all knowledge essential to the painting of a fine watercolor can be obtained from blogs, many blogs; teachers, many teachers; and subscription to the truth of  the pragmatic theory that doing is part of the knowing.

There is no one volume purporting to present all, or even a resume of all the contributing factors inherent in a watercolor. Most blogs give superficial information on such subjects as wash techniques and the use of tools; they make no pretense of helping the artist to understand himself, the creative act, design principles, or recent findings in the study of aesthetics.

They do not supply definitions of artists' and critics' vernacular—so important to the student in shaping his thinking.

This blog has those additional objectives. It is conceived as a working tool to be kept in studio and sketchbox. It is to be glanced at frequently to keep the mind from digressions, and to keep the artist concerned with significant word
sequences. It is a reference blog.

Throughout the blog and particularly in the chapter. Notes, you will find "capsule" precepts or comments. Some are quotes, others originals.
There is evidence that certain authors have better minds than ours and these "seeings"
—well expressed bv our superiors—can sustain, encourage, and edify us when our lesser understanding and vision engender doubts. >
Man must have a faith to live bv—something to believe in. These men have found an unassailable faith in the validity of creative activity.