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Sailor Meguin + Tuxedo AJ 3 by SenshiStock
Couple Carrying Poses
Note: Always visit the galleries and read the terms of use before using stock images.
Romantic Couples
[Oh my Hero Pack 1] [Pack 2]
[Sailor Meguin Tuxedo AJ] (above)
[Lean Kiss Couple]
[Standing Couple Kiss Lift 01] [Lift-02]
[Carrying Her 01] [05] [07]
Piggyback Ride
[G S Piggyback 1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
[Siblings Piggy Back Pack 01] [Pack 02]
Sailor Piggy Back 01] [02] [03] [04]
Carrying an Unconscious Friend
[Carrying The Fallen Couple]
[Carrying Fallen Friends Pack] [Reversed Pack]

artist-refs:

Sailor Meguin + Tuxedo AJ 3 by SenshiStock

Couple Carrying Poses

Note: Always visit the galleries and read the terms of use before using stock images.

Romantic Couples

Piggyback Ride

Carrying an Unconscious Friend

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jaramo:

heyo!
don’t worry, your english turned out fine, dude.

as a foreword of warning,
it is best that you don’t use this post as a standalone tutorial, 
instead, try to use it as a study aid to help you make sense of real-life references.
(same applies for any decent “art tutorial” out there, really. :p)

bolded numbers correspond to the numbers on this post’s pictures.

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turtles-have-the-phonebox asked:

Could you post a body tutorial? I'm struggling with proportions and getting everything like the head and body to tie together. :/

littleulvar answered:

A basic proportions chart is a must then. Guides to human body types like those [x] [x] [x] are also insightful. c:

This one is my favourite, it contains everything you need to grasp basic anatomy. There are also stock artists and good ol’ posemaniacs and a few other sites that any artist will find helpful [x] [x] [x] [x] [x] [x] [x] (the last one is awesome, just sayin’)

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melleh17 asked:

Hi! I was wondering if you've ever done a timelaspe or tutorial on how you draw/paint? I would love to see your process, your art is always so amazing.

werepenguinart answered:

i kinda threw this together but here you go and thank you! id like to do a proper timelapse or speedpaint sometime in future if i ever get a better computer

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thats a mess because i forgot to save the inbetween stages but

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1. sketch and fill in with base colour (the base colour is so the colours look less spread out/random and more natural. i generally use dark reds purples and blues

2. change sketch colour to a lighter version of the base & flatten (maybe duplicate the sketch layer first and keep it on hand as a reference for when you start painting over the lines)

3. build everything up in layers. starting with the “lowest” part of the painting (i.e., the shirt under the coat, the neck or face), first paint in a slightly darker/different colour than the colour it should be? for example if the shirt is green paint it in as darker blue first and then go over it with green

4. when you need to paint in the coat over the shirt, block it out in the base colour first before following the same steps as before

5. when painting use a semi-opaque or blending brush and use colour picker from other areas in the image to keep a general theme and mix up the colour use a little. just spend a lot of time going over the painting picking and using colours to neaten it up a little and make some of the colour transitions more smooth

(im really sorry this would have been better with a proper progress of the actual painting process but my computer crashed twice in the attempt. rip)