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    • This is actually incredibly easy to see with Paper Mario, at least in the games where he has a white “background” and a black outline on his character model. The same goes for most of the other characters in those same games.
      NickT 11 sep
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    • Bro wtf
      densenito 10 sep
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    • 90% of art is learning the fundamentals and then finding little tricks to skip the process of drawing a head for the 100th time.
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    • Locklynn 12 sep
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    • Ah another opportunity to show my art
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    • Nothing bad ever happens to the kennedyyyys!
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    • Here’s some of my art.
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    • I’m busy drawing 02
      Dissolved 12 sep
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    • inversely i accidentally draw mfs backwards because i forget midsketch what i was even drawing
      witchh 12 sep
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    • This is super useful for a later artist but detrimental to new artists
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    • Oooooh, remember when they showed Jessie from Team Rocket turn around and her hair didn't move? Now it makes sense
      thannose 12 sep
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    • Yall do realise this only applies to like cartoony styles? Like jesus have some common sense. It's obviously not going to work for a realistic piece.
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    • Why am i green
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    • Only works if the character is at 3/4ths but still super cool for reference.
      TWMilk 12 sep
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    • helpful for flat characters but doesn't really work with realistic drawings. Especially if those drawings include dramatic perspective and foreshortening
      conks 12 sep
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    • As an artist (fine & digital) I can confirm this.💕
      JennWoo 12 sep
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    • Yea but I can't draw the front of something
      tweb 12 sep
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    • I love people that can draw well but I love the people that have the courage to do it (even if its not the best) more
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    • It works about 70% of the time! Had to do a few edits to get things right but it works :)
      jayrnski 14 sep
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    • I know exactly what I want to draw, but my ha ds are fucking retards.
      MlemFox 13 sep
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    • I know its supposed to be a meme app but i enjoy finding out random shit on here
      AverageJO 12 sep
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    • Does this work with anime girls that have fat tits?
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    • Oh yeah that’s much fucking easier
      Bonobro 12 sep
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    • Art is full of little tricks like these, part of being an artist is just utilizing these small things and finding ways to put them together to create a more complex and accurate depiction of your idea or story
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    • This works if your art has the same amount of lines as the tequila song but if it’s a proper work of art you gotta learn to draw
      ZephPV 14 sep
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    • is that really not well known
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    • Art is like cooking, you need to learn the recipe and you can also apply it with other foods/ paintings
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    • What about his left ear?
      Chance2 12 sep
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    • Well fuck
      YeetDab49 12 sep
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    • But that just seems like drawing the back of something with extra steps!
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    • Wow, someone discovered silhouette 😊
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    • Cries in traditional art
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    • I would've gotten rid of the ear on the left, but still a fantastic tip
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    • This is so helpful, thank you
      Rebela 13 sep
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    • WOW wtf? i’ve been wondering how to draw characters facing the other way for so long
      Milk_Tea 13 sep
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    • Someone remind me of this in like an hour
      Vikira 12 sep
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    • That ear tho
      lanoo 12 sep
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    • Learning how to draw is just learning how to cheat
      WizRework 12 sep
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    • Only works on simplistic drawings
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    • I NEEDED THIS
      GilgaMess 12 sep
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    • Look at your shadow. Is it facing away you, or towards you?
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    • Life is just a fuck fest for us untalented folk.
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    • His hair goes different ways
      DeadmanS 15 sep
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    • I'd erase the left ear on the back facing sketch
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    • art is hard, art block sucks, i hated requests to draw things. but in the end it’s kinda fun and you can make whatever you like. it can even be a blob you drew that you filled in with crayon and then signed your name
      nohbdy__ 14 sep
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    • Ralf still exists
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    • My ears gently flap behind my head when I walk too
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    • Tumblr art is gay
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    • Half of art is duct taping a banana to a wall and calling it Dadaist
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    • My 7th and 8th grade art teacher completely ruined my desire to do art, I was awful at it and he told me straight to my face that I sucked.
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    • I was once told that the key to art is perspective. That’s why you can have a picture of a duck drawn a certain way, then turn it and it’s a horse.
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    • Silhouettes are the same from both sides
      WOWZZERS 12 sep
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    • But his hair, if the character turns technically the hair should go the other way.
      IamMY 12 sep
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    • I thought this was just an intuitive thing everyone knew,,,
      Chake 12 sep
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    • Ah, yes a silhouette
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    • Cool but now his hair on backwards
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    • I mean that's the premise of a a shadow or silouette
      R00413 12 sep
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    • It’s so obvious when you say it but it’s never crossed my mind
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    • Mmm cal arts on their BS again
      Gokuss5 12 sep
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    • Did people not know this? I'm not even an artist and I knew this. Hell, I can't even draw all that well. I can't even make a proper stick figure
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    • Why dudes ear swept back
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    • W H A T I'm using this holy shit
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    • “E X C U S E M E ! ? ! ? ! ?🤪🤪”
      scu_ 13 sep
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    • That's how they do Jessie from team rocket
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    • If you're riding a bike your shadow looks like you're going two ways
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    • that’s why i love when i get reference sheet commissions, i only have to do half the work 😩
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    • Dumbo looking mf
      _Jackal 12 sep
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    • Is this the new style of eddsworld?
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    • This... really only works with cartoon characters.
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    • Shadows are both top view perspective and mirrored if you change your focus. I do it while I'm walking all the time
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    • Yes but actually no
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    • Yeah that’s a great technique for cartoons
      Gnarlie 12 sep
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    • I do sure enjoy this paper Mario boss song!
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    • The trick is to draw a character in a way that is easy to draw but still looks good i think 90% of comic drawing is just figuring out a way to draw things quicker/easier its like how family guy has literally 3 poses
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    • Doesn’t work on many many things
      Jesum 12 sep
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    • Boring undynamic poses sure a rectangles the same from the front as the back
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    • Yooooooo hold up this is gonna help me a lot
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    • If people are still lurkin in the comments I wanna see y'alls art
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    • Thank you. I've spent HOURS AND WEEKS trying to figure out how to draw something from the backside good enough to be believable. Thank you.
      supbro89 15 sep
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    • Whwn drawing like a tumbletard yeah
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    • Y'all act like you've never seen CN
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    • Lies
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    • Bold of you, assuming I can draw the front of something...
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    • Yoooo
      Ancient0 14 sep
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    • This really only works for simplistic outlines but pretty good advice nonetheless.
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    • How you not know that?
      tomothy11 13 sep
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    • I’m really good at drawing the body and face (for the most part) it’s always the hands and feet that are the hardest for me
      FuIcrum 13 sep
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    • This hurts my brain fucking sucks to be stupid
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    • You'd be surprised how many professional concept artists use this technique. Of course it's also about making a good silhouette, because then it presents relevant details to the subject's body that can be flipped in the back view.
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    • Yeah I read 99.8% as 1998
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    • I legit just did this for my art project.
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    • Few things are this symmetrical and you'd have to draw something very undetailed for this to work.
      wasfarg 12 sep
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    • When you think about it, the sillouete of a person is gonna look the same on both sides, just flip it vertically
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    • THANK YOU
      Finland_ 12 sep
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    • Fitz
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    • The magic of Jessie's hair in pokemon
      BMan29 12 sep
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