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How to create your own SketchbookA Sketchbook is a special notebook to draw in. Many current and previous artists uch as Leonardo Da Vinci, have their own Sketchbook as a diary to write down their thoughts, ideas and experiences, whatever comes to mind. Also they might use a sketchbook to note down instructions or important facts about art. However, this 'bought' sketchbook can be very expensive and sometimes difficult to get in stores.Pascua-Tanya
There is however, an alternative to having your own sketchbook without buying it. This alternative is, of course, to create your own sketchbook to your style and your taste. This involves a little work but is great for being part of your artistic growth and development. Also you can save money because the materials are not as expensive as buying a ready made sketchbook in a store. You can spend even less if some of the materials could already be found in your home.
Are you ready to start ? Follow my instructions and you will have your own sketchbook. It's worth a try!
PE: How to Draw Anime ClothesKhallandra
Whilst these ideas are not unique or special to anime and can be used in other styles, the focus of this article will be the anime style. Clothing is a diverse topic that has a lot of shared principals that can be used.
The fibres that are used to make up a fabric sample are diverse and can be used to make a number of different fabric types. Using a simple search for a type of fabric yields hundreds of images that give you an idea on how it bends and folds and flows.
Take for example these sample top materials:
Mix of polyester and cotton, leather, silk, cotton, polyester-cotton, polyester spray jacket.
They all have different fold patterns and interact with the light source differently. The leather, silk and spray jacket are quite shiny on their ridges.
The hoodie and t-shirt have less rigid folds, whilst the cotton shirt has sharp angles.
Organize the New Year- Your StuffLet's get the new year started off well by organizing our crafts and taking care of ourselves! Knitting-and-Crochet can help you by gathering the info for you all in one place. You'll get a week's worth of ideas submitted every Friday in January. Let's make the most of it! Next up is keeping our supplies organized in some DIY containers.Brookette
DIY With Yarn
What better way to keep your yarn project than in a container made from yarn? Here are some basket, caddy, and tool organizing ideas and patterns, you can work up with your stash.
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Private Journal EntriesCommunity WeekFe0
I have been approached many times, by people who have wanted to post personal journals that only their watchers can read. Now, this is an AWESOME concept, and while it is currently not possible, I manage to show them the next best thing; And now, I have decided to show the rest of the community!
In this article, I am going to teach you how to post a journal that only members of DeviantArt can see. While all members will still be able to view it, this will keep your private affairs private. I.E: What happens on DeviantArt, stays on DeviantArt.
So, whether you are trying to bypass a nosy sibling, annoying coworker, hovering parent, or just trying to share something specifically with members of the community, this is how it's done:
Things you will need:
A DeviantArt account.
Some experience using Sta.sh.Patience/Adaptability.
This is completely different to the traditional way of uploading journal entries, so this is where the patience/adaptability part comes i
M/A Project Educate: Japanese New YearHappy New Year!iingo
is wishing the projecteducate and CRAnimeAndManga team!
The Japanese New Year, called 正月 [Shōgatsu], is an annual festival with it's own customs. Since 1873, the Japanese New Year has been celebrated according to the Gregorian calendar, on January 1st of each year, New Year's Day - 元日 [Ganjitsu].
正月 [Shōgatsu] is the most important holiday in Japan. People say to each other Happy New Year whenever they see at the first time in the new year.
今年もよろしくお願いします [kotoshi mo yoroshiku o-negai-shimasu]