Pilot - Wendigo - Dead In The Water - Phantom Traveler - Bloody Mary - Skin - Hook Man - Bugs - Home - Asylum - Scarecrow - Faith - Route 666 - Nightmare - The Benders - Shadow - Hell House - Something Wicked - Provenance - Dead Man’s Blood - Salvation - Devil’s Trap
In My Time of Dying - Everybody Loves A Clown - Bloodlust - Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things - Simon Said - No Exit - The Usual Suspects - Crossroad Blues - Croatoan - Hunted - Playthings - Nightshifter - Houses of the Holy - Born Under A Bad Sign - Tall Tales - Roadkill - Heart - Hollywood Babylon - Folsom Prison Blues - What Is and What Should Never Be - All Hell Breaks Loose (1) - All Hell Breaks Loose (2)
The Magnificent Seven - The Kids Are Alright - Bad Day at Black Rock - Sin City Bedtime Stories - Red Sky at Morning - Fresh Blood - A Very Supernatural Christmas - Malleus Maleficarum - Dream a Little Dream of Me - Mystery Spot - Jus In Bello - Ghostfacers - Long-Distance Call - Time Is On My Side - No Rest for the Wicked
Lazarus Rising - Are You There God? It’s Me, Dean Winchester - In the Beginning - Metamorphisis - Monster Movie - Yellow Fever - It’s the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester - Wishful Thinking - I Know What You Did Last Summer - Heaven and Hell - Family Remains - Criss Angel Is A Douchebag - After School Special - Sex and Violence - Death Takes A Holiday - On the Head of a Pin - It’s A Terrible Life - The Monster at the End of This Book - Jump the Shark - The Rapture - When the Levee Breaks - Lucifer Rising
Sympathy For The Devil - Good God, Y’all! - Free to Be You and Me - The End - Fallen Idol - I Believe the Children Are Our Future - The Curious Case of Dean Winchester - Changing Channels - The Real Ghostbusters - Abandon All Hope… - Sam, Interrupted - Swap Meat - Back to the Future II - My Bloody Valentine - Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid - Dark Side of the Moon - 99 Problems - Point of No Return - Hammer of the Gods - The Devil You Know - Two Minutes To Midnight - Swan Song
Exile on Main St. - Two and a Half Men - The Third Man - Weekend at Bobby’s - Live Free of Twihard - You Can’t Handle the Truth - Family Matters - All Dogs Go To Heaven - Clap Your Hands If You Believe - Caged Heat - Appointment in Samarra - Like A Virgin Unforgiven Mannequin 3: The Reckoning The French Mistake …And Then There Were None - My Heart Will Go On - Frontierland - Mommy Dearest - The Man Who Would Be King - Let It Bleed - The Man Who Knew Too Much
The New Boss - Hello Cruel World - The Girl Next Door - Defending Your Life - Shut Up, Dr. Phil - Slash Fiction - The Mentalists - Time for a Wedding! - How To Win Friends and Influence Monsters - Death’s Door - Adventures in Babysitting - Time After Time - The Slice Girls - Plucky Pennywhistle’s Magic Menagerie - Repo Man - Out With The Old - The Born-Again Identity - Party On, Garth - The Girl With the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo - Reading Is Fundamental - There Will Be Blood - Survival of the Fittest
[Part 1] - Introduction
[Part 2] - Drawing The Base
[Part 3] - The Torso
[Part 4] - The Legs
[Part 5] - Arms & Hands
[Part 6] - Gesture
[Part 7] - Bodyshapes
Edit: Fixed the hideous picture issue.
This is a super, super awesome tutorial that I refer to often.
Saving this for later, I really need it.
TUTORIAL BY PSCS5; How I make my .gifs
NOTE: If you want to have good results so that your .gif looks HQ you need to download the video in HQ: 720p or 1080p.
• KMPlayer: Download
• VDownloader: Download
• Keepvid: WEB (Download video in 720p or 1080p MP4)
I download youtube videos from Keepvid and VDownloader. I download video’s of shows in Google for example “Pretty Little Liars s03e12 720p or 1080p download”
1. Open up your video in KMPlayer:
2. To cap press ctrl + G, this should show up. These are the settings I use:
Press Start whenever you want to start capping and then press Stop to stop capping.
3. Once your done capping your video. Go to Photoshop and go to:
4. A box should show up. Click on BROWSE and look for the folder you choose to put your screen caps in. To select the caps, click on the first cap and then click shift + the last cap. Then once you have your caps press okay. Your caps should start loading.
5. Then once your caps stopped loading:
7. Now crop your .gif to either 500px, 245px, or 160px. Depending on which Photoset style your using. The height could be whatever you please:
8. Now this part usually changes. Depending on the cap and how well it looks like. But this is what I did for all of the .gifs above:
I used Topaz Clean. I used the Cartoon Style and these were my settings:
9. Filter → Sharpen → Smart Sharpen:
If you don’t have Topaz or if you don’t want to use it. I always use Smart Sharpen and my settings for the radius is usually 0.3 or 0.4, everything else stays the same. It depends on how it looks on my .gif.
10. I select all my frames and this is the Time I use for my .gif:
11. File → Save For Web and Devices:
The reason I circled Diffusion is because most of the time I use Pattern as well. And as you can see my .gif is under the limit, 1mb. I have 29 frames in the Justin .gif.
Tips to Keep it under the .gif limit:
• If for any reason it’s past the limit, delete some frames.
• Make the .gif black and white
• Use a simple coloring; doesn’t have to many color layers
• Crop your .gif
And that’s how I make my .gifs! Also you can do this in PSCS6, just follow the same steps. :)
These sites I find really helpful.
Some reference images like these are useful if you’re unable to find/join a life drawing class. Though I would highly recommend going to one:
Eadweard Muybridge photography is very helpful in understanding the body in movement.
Look at this program. LOOK AT IT
- It’s a great reference for drawing heads in different angles
- It has at least 100 sliders, so you can
recreate your fictional crushcreate many original characters
- IT HAS A FREE VERSION
So basically, this program is the best
- Tales of the Round Table with H. J. Ford’s illustrations
- A Lady in King Arthur’s court with Clara Elsen Peck’s illustrations
- The romance of King Arthur and his knights of the Round Table with Rackham’s illustrations
- A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s court (different editions)
- In the court of King Arthur (E. Lowe) with Neil O’Keefe’s illustrations
- The lost land of King Arthur
- The life of King Arthur from ancient historians and authentic documents
- King Arthur in history and legend (Lewis Jones)
- King Arthur and his knights (Howard Pyle)
- King Arthur (opera) with the music of Henry Purcelle
- Stories of King Arthur with Dora Curtis’s illustrations
- The world of King Arthur and his court: people, places, legend, and lore (Kevin Crossley-Holland)