My Yowapeda OT3 in Taisho era outfits. Will be selling these as bag tags soon. :)

What’s Your Type? Keychain Set
I wanted to make something for a local BL con that isn’t outright BL. As a result, I ended up producing these wooden keychains featuring some male stereotypes commonly found in animus and mangoes. 
Want to own a set? Get one for only 20USD. Shipping is free! Click this link to order. :)

What’s Your Type? Keychain Set

I wanted to make something for a local BL con that isn’t outright BL. As a result, I ended up producing these wooden keychains featuring some male stereotypes commonly found in animus and mangoes. 

Want to own a set? Get one for only 20USD. Shipping is free! Click this link to order. :)

Here’s a progress gif of something I’m planning to sell some time :)

Here’s a progress gif of something I’m planning to sell some time :)

Scene redraw!

This is probably the best Kill la Kill episode for me. 

Why u no draw black people? ;-;

Hmn. Let me remedy that. :)

Scout Legion

Heya! I made a companion postcard set for my Boys of SS Iwatobi. For this set, I drew my favorite Scouting Legion guys as, well, literal scouts.

I’m selling these babies for $15. Shipping is free! Check out THIS LINK if you want to buy. :)

I made an animated burger. Enjoy.

I made an animated burger. Enjoy.

I’m just happy that young Erwin is a thing now. :)

I’m just happy that young Erwin is a thing now. :)

The Boys of SS Iwatobi

Will be selling these babies as 4x6 prints at a local con two months from now. I’m thinking of selling these online as well since they turned out pretty okay. Will see if enough people would want them.

They’re now available here! Click this to buy :).

How to cut your fringe. 

For Meg Magazine’s November ‘13 issue. 

Illustrations for a “how-to” article. 

For Meg Magazine’s November ‘13 issue.

For the anon who was asking about my coloring method. I used the Angry!Eren lineart I made for that head drawing process thinger.

Coloring Process

  1. I cleaned up my lineart from before. Changed a few details. Nothing big.
  2. I laid down the flats. These days, since I work on the foreground before the background, I end up just filling all the space I’ll be coloring in a new layer with the skin tone and then just placing clipping mask layers on top of it. This makes everything much easier to clean since the stuff beyond the base layer won’t be touched. (Here’s how the base layer and the clipping mask layers look like once the drawing’s done)
  3. Added the shadows. I use my brushes like how I would use colored pencils to color. I enjoy hatching with them rather than using them to paint.
  4. Added a clipping mask layer on top of my lineart and altered some of my lines’ colors.
  5. I fixed and added more details and also placed some highlights. 
  6. Added a new layer on top of all my color layers, set it to multiply, and added a light orange gradient. I don’t always do this. I just did it for this drawing to make my colors a bit darker. Sometimes, I’d play around and add some adjustment filters too to make the colors sepia, more yellow, cooler, etc. 

NOTES: I don’t like using too many colors. The more colors I put, the harder it is for me to come up with a piece that won’t make me want to throw up. I stick to complimentary color combinations such as red + green and yellow + violet. I also avoid using colors that are too bright all the time. I mostly use them to draw people to a certain part of my drawings.

CUDDLE FUDDLE by DEDDY