To relax, most people watch a movie or play video games.
I translate stuff from other languages into English.
I’ve been unable to sleep since I have a horrific headache, so I decided to search through Google Image trying to figure out exact variations of some of the rarest figures ever made.
…And two came up in my search that are actually the exact figure I own. No, no you misunderstand. I mean. The ones sitting on my shelf, the exact copy. One of them even showed up twice in two different pictures (even shown at a con?!) but it is unmistakably mine.
Oh what my life has come to XD I can’t even explain it right at 1am fsdfgh
Ok, I finally fixed my childhood Toon Burne figure tonight, after being unable to find a replacement. The white armature that holds the legs inside had somehow snapped in half, so his legs had fallen off. I put superglue on either side and held the legs in place against the part inside that it originally connected to. Thus, the legs do work, but I am afraid to move them too much.
Because of this, I now do have a nearly complete 1992 “Toon Turtles” line.. I’m just missing Toon Shredder. I do have the the hard to find green Toon April that came with the News Van.. she’s somewhere stuck in a cluster of Aprils on the shelf above these. I really should try to organize the figures a little better someday.
Hanging out with Leonardo and @imscaredthemovie today. #leonardo #tmnt #jled #joeledbetter
I am super sorry to tell you this, but you’re hanging out with Venus DiMilo, not Leo :3
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maybe it would help to erase construction lines, or draw them on a different layer?
Hahahah yes you caught me, as I *do* sketch everything on one layer, since when I do my roughs, I sketch very fast. I probably should do my first basic construction lines on a separate layer.. something to experiment with later :3
I always wonder when i see sketches by other people and the lines actually look really pretty, even if you can tell they’re not “refined”. Hense it being a sketch.
Though it’s rare nowadays I post sketches, the ones I post are usually second drafts, because my first rough sketches are horribly, horrifically messy. I haven’t quite figured out yet a good linework for sketches.
I’m really curious how some artists make such pretty sketches ^^