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bcdrawsandwrites:

I was like “eeeh I don’t have time to stream tonight so I’ll just draw a quick comic”

And then I was like “oh yeah to do that comic I need to have babybones designs”

So I sketched these! I drew the skelebros in their current ages (I view Papyrus in his early 20s and Sans in his early/mid 30s if you’re wondering) and then as baby bones–little kid and teenager, respectively.

Sans was easy enough; I made him slightly shorter, gave him slightly bigger eyes, and got rid of the bags beneath his eyes. …Also baggy clothes and no shoes mainly as an excuse to draw clawed feet. I guess he’d probably prefer to wear slippers because tying shoes is too much of a hassle, but slippers can wear out pretty fast, so sometimes he’d just do without.

Papyrus was slightly more difficult–I kinda went back and forth as to whether or not to show the lines for his teeth, but ultimately decided to. He wears a striped shirt because all kids do, for some reason (maybe it’s popular fashion because the royal kids wore them?). Also baggy clothes and no shoes for him, mainly because he grows so dang fast that it’s easier to just get clothes that are too big for him that he’ll grow into. Shoes are even worse to find in the right size.

…Also tails because I like that headcanon okay. Not entirely sure why they’d hide them when they got older–maybe just keeping them out of the way or something.

It’s kindof hilarious looking at the baby bones ones compared to their adult counterparts because Sans never got all that tall while Papyrus just SHOT up. (It’d probably be even funnier to see Undyne like this though, given she’s even taller than Papyrus!)

…also I have no idea why adult!Papyrus is in such a dorky pose. I was kinda like ??? when I wound up drawing him but didn’t want to bother changing it because that wasn’t the focus anyway.

And… yeah I don’t have time to draw the comic now because I have to sleep. o/;; But I’ll sketch it out at some point!

phlar1245:

New tablet means new practice!

I got an Intuos Art Medium for my birthday! I got tired of the color problems that my Cintiq was having, so I was planning on buying either an Intuos Art Medium or an Intuos Pro Small/Medium. I was looking at them at Best Buy and my dad decided to buy it for me! (Thank you dad!) Along with the new tablet came my need for a new brush in Clip Studio Paint, so I made one and this is the result. Up at work I use one of the Intuos Pro’s and Photoshop; I use a flat layer, a Colors layer (didn’t use one here), a Shading layer, a Highlight layer, a Bounce Light layer, and maybe a Texture layer. I shade in purple and transparent and then pixel lock and color over with appropriate colors. I may or may not change it from normal layer. Here I am using a Multiply layer for shading and a Screen layer for Highlights and Bounce Light. The texture layer is basically the reds in the flush and ears. I would refine this more if I were doing something more than just testing new settings. Oh, and I love the Intuos Art Medium! Although I would prefer to be able to use my previous pen … ah well. Oh the second, I use “C” to toggle between primary color and transparent color (something that Photoshop needs to start using … hint hint …) Oh the third, since this tablet doesn’t take a video port, nor does it cover up my other video port, I can now work with my monitor, which has better colors! Yay!

Now to work on commissions!

elioli-art:

Remember, there’s not one way to draw things! You don’t have to draw it exactly like this , but you can apply certain things from this. This is just a little process we hope that might be useful to others out there! More to come, y’all!

Edit: Something else to keep in mind ! It’s something we see from other artists who put tutorials online and the result after they post it – When coming across a tutorial , taking the technique or the simplification of a process and carrying that over to your own way of drawing things is a lot more beneficial than copying the exact composition/subject matter/color pallet . If it’s for practice , that’s fine! But don’t let a tutorial direct ( or discourage) you in a way that isn’t your own unique way of drawing . If you’re in search of finding a style of your own , then finding helpful tutorials is a great way to expand your knowledge of techniques rather than doing exact copies of the actual art itself. 🙂 And just to add , we’re big fans of Evyind Earle! His technique of graphic simplification is something we’re learning ourselves as we try to apply the photoshop layers in a similar , simpler fashion. He’s a good artist to learn from , so hopefully this tutorial was helpful in deconstructing admirable aspects of some awesome work from different artists we enjoy! And if you did this tutorial , please let us know. We’d love to see what you did !

elioli-art:

Remember, there’s not one way to draw things! You don’t have to draw it exactly like this , but you can apply certain things from this. This is just a little process we hope that might be useful to others out there! More to come, y’all!

Edit: Something else to keep in mind ! It’s something we see from other artists who put tutorials online and the result after they post it – When coming across a tutorial , taking the technique or the simplification of a process and carrying that over to your own way of drawing things is a lot more beneficial than copying the exact composition/subject matter/color pallet . If it’s for practice , that’s fine! But don’t let a tutorial direct ( or discourage) you in a way that isn’t your own unique way of drawing . If you’re in search of finding a style of your own , then finding helpful tutorials is a great way to expand your knowledge of techniques rather than doing exact copies of the actual art itself. 🙂 And just to add , we’re big fans of Evyind Earle! His technique of graphic simplification is something we’re learning ourselves as we try to apply the photoshop layers in a similar , simpler fashion. He’s a good artist to learn from , so hopefully this tutorial was helpful in deconstructing admirable aspects of some awesome work from different artists we enjoy! And if you did this tutorial , please let us know. We’d love to see what you did !