I may have rebloged this before…i’m not sure….
i still like it c:
I think this could be considered a reference…
w-wait could this mean. WHY WOULD I BLOG THIS
Hell, I can use it.
I got asked about eyes and how to convey expression through them, so I doodles some quick stuffs to help explain.
So have some eyeballs.
axiomaticanathema said: If it’s not any trouble, could you make this rebloggable? Thank you!
As you wish!
They have more tutorials in their Gallery so check them out!
Someone on dA asked about my brushes so here they are. Nothing special. I usually use the acrylic brush for lines I know will be more wavy like hair or loose clothes.
<sup> makes words go like thiiiiis.
<sub> makes them do thiiiiis.
<small> makes words go little. The more <small> you have the smaller the word.
Same thing applies with <big>.
<u> makes underlines.
Go here for Ｆｕｌｌ Ｗｉｄｔｈ.
̛̰̖̲̰͑ͨ͒̌͑̍̿̈͘Z̨̜̲̥̯̮̭͍̳ͧͣ͋̊̋͗Ȁ̪̼̠͎͒ͨ́̚͘͢͞L̸͉̬̻͌̒͑̊̽͡Ğ̝̮̝̗̲ͧ͝Ȍ͍̪̪̖͕̟͈̝̰̆͋̾̀ is found here.
Go here if you want some uʍop əpısdn.
Of course these are just basic things. You can also look at the HTML button for the codes if youre not up for searching through Google for them.
The button is here:
you betray the secrets of the trade
for those who never learned
<code> makes your text monospaced, <pre> puts your text in a grey box
This tool provides you with characters that match what you draw.
This tool lets you draw in monospace ASCII which you can then put in <code> on Tumblr.
This tool makes big-ass letters with text. Everything but the AOL fonts require monospace (<code>).