for feathers great and small

raccoon-butts: “ drawing arthur with wings is a lot of fun i just have no idea what wing anatomy is i didn’t use any refs when drawing this i probably should have um ”

Inavesu Clothing - The girls by on @deviantART

Inavesu Clothing - The girls by SerenaVerdeArt — Clothing studies — Drawing references

When it comes to flying... Just Lea

My new little children, Khamai and Io interacting. Io's tail feathers are longer than she is tall and for Khamai this look is the equivalent to pyjama d. Sirocco: Kha and Io

We call him Wingley. by on @DeviantArt

That, or “Featherbutt”. :I lol Was inspired by some off thoughts train-wrecking into the other and then this pooped out of my head. :V It’s a long story. We call him Wingley.

I felt like i needed to draw more, and draw more of Storm but also practice posing and such so this happened. I really like the pencil brush. Used a variety of different refs for the practice.

When I want to draw but I don't know what to draw/dont want to do a lot yet be productive, I just do pose practices with Storm, which usually helps me get back into doing stuff again.


Sharpie Sketches - Horses by ColossalBeltloop . I once heard an artist say that she liked to draw in pen because there was no erasing, and it helped her learn to accept imperfections. That seems like a good (albeit somewhat painful ) idea!

Mermen Poses by on @DeviantArt

doodles mermen poses as i fret about birthday presents look at how counter-productive i am also these are probably only helpful to those who draw shota .

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grizandnorm: “Tuesday Tips - WATCH YOUR BACK! A reminder to not forget the large muscle groups in the back. They add structure and clearly influence the silhouette in different positions. Of course, I used a very muscular character to show more.