Commissions for PookNero
Tried a redraw of this:
She still looks twisted as hell but without doing a completely different drawing, this is as reasonable as I could make it. I also put a speedo/bikini thing on to match the material that makes up her joints.
I also changed her face.
Just in time for Halloween: some spoopy UFO books! I have a bad habit of buying UFO books in lots and usually get some extras. Here are my latest extras!
- Follow this tumblr (http://tryinghuman.tumblr.com/) If you’re into UFOs/aliens/ufology/comics about said topics, you totally should!
- Reblog this however much you want.
- Be willing to email your address to me. I can’t send these anonymously. I’ll ask for it at the end.
I’ll announce a winner on October 21st. If you’re interested in me signing the books with a message on the inside front cover of either or both of the books, let me know.
Giving away some books over on my ufo webcomic blog.
A monk at Dave’s temple got married and we were the only schmucks without a card. I decided to paint one because I thought it would mean more than just a bought one. I hope it doesn’t seem cheap to them. :X
spooksquib said: Hey Emy, what do you think about Gravity Falls? Do you like it? :)
I saw one episode but it wasn’t really my bag. I’m sorry. =n=;
Micah Hanks used a panel from my comic on the Frederick Valentich UFO case in a presentation. :D
You can purchase the anthology it was a part of here: http://hicandhoc.storenvy.com/products/1435328-unknown-origins-untimely-ends-a-collection-of-unsolved-mysteries It’s vury, vury good; you should get it. =u=;
If you just want to read my teeny bit on Frederick Valentich, it’s over on Tapastic here: http://tapastic.com/episode/30650
Got a new bathing suit from Gloomth over on Etsy! https://www.etsy.com/shop/gloomth
(Not me pictured =u=;)
Took a photo of a Green Heron the other day in the stream around our place. It took me a while to figure out what kind of bird it was.
ellimac-drummer said: Hey dude ! Just a question : your book will be translated into French ? 😄
No, I’m sorry. There are no other language versions currently. :<
Colored a couple of butts.
I know I’ve been basically acting as a clown with a sign outside the Manga Studio shop, but I do realize that some people are just too used to other programs to change now. And that’s fine, if you actually work better with it. But part of the reason I went over to Manga Studio, when I’ve tried Photoshop, SAI, Gimp, FireAlpaca, Sketchbook Pro, and Corel Painter… is because of the exceptional stabilizers and penstroke guides that let you make distinctive shapes, draw easily in perspective, and make it all look highly organic and professional.
Well… for those of you who want to stick with your other art programs… There is Lazy Nezumi Pro.
I do not use it. But that’s only because I feel that Manga Studio can already do all this stuff. But I am exceedingly impressed with what LNP has created. They’ve created a program that brings stabilizers, perspective guides, pressure sensitivity editing, and much more to programs that don’t normally have them.
I will just let the images speak for themselves:
This is the exact reason I have strayed from Photoshop. Because of the lack of ARTIST tools, and the profound lack of stability.
Well, here it is. They fixed it. And it works with other programs too.
So… yeah. If you aren’t interested in Manga Studio, but you still want to improve your digital penstrokes, definitely check out the demo.
I’ve been using this nearly constantly since I got it. It’s amazing~
falxman90 said: Hi, can I ask if you're taking commissions at the moment? Thanks
Here are the commissions I’m taking at the moment: Commission stuff!
art-of-ashanti said: Hi Emy! I was wondering if you could give me a little bit of advice about being a freelance artist? I'm definitely planning to go to a four year college this year, so how did college help you with the job you have now? Did you have a specific major? Thank you!
I went to college for 2D/’traditional’ animation with a minor in film (ended up with a bachelors in animation and a minor in drawing). I realized about a year or so in that I more or less wanted to do some kind of visual story telling and animation wasn’t entirely where my heart was. I was living a lie! ;A; So now comics. ;B
Anyway~ I would say focus on core drawing classes like illustration, anatomy drawing, advanced drawing, any kind of drawing you can get your hands on. If your school offers painting or color theory, take that as well. I didn’t focus so much on that in school so that’s another I can reccommend.
I’d also say take classes in business, entrepreneurship, and running/balancing finances. I had to learn the business end by the seat of my pants once I started my own business, so classes like that would have been a big help.
viralcorpse said: What is that the group is on in the chapter 9 cover? A bus?
You’ll have to wait and see~