Roaring Snake and Whistling Lion
「 The 4 Military Divisions. 」

badwolfwithblackeyeliner:

sailor-wanky:

pr1nceshawn:

Genderswap Fan Art by Sakimi Chan

I AM HERE FOR THIS

HOT DAMN

natsubutart:

I did this very quickly I hope there aren’t any mistakes

vujon:

shiganshina district right before mankind recieved a grim reminder in minecraft

 - Once upon a December
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pudgychan:

christinajoanne:

Once Upon A December. Anastasia in Russian.  This would be the language that she would have sung in.

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tastefullyoffensive:

Cats Stuck in Things [via]

train-deer:

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m0shcore:

sirshon:

madstick:

thearcticmuser:

IT’S BACK OH MY GOD

I’M FUCKING CRYING

THE FUCKING TAMBOURINE ONE THOUGH

We should make a band

THIS IA AMAZING

Guys look it’s The Strokes

I bet their music is orgasmic 

Do you have any tips on drawing men vs women and vice versa?

helpfulharrie:

The fat distribution is different between males and females, and the bone structure is slightly different too!

The biggest difference lies in the hips,

(by arandill) (its partner tutorial on shoulders can be found here!)

In females, the hip bone is a different shape which typically means their hips look wider.

However, this is actually a pretty minor difference. Some women have big bones, and some don’t!
The main thing that separates female bodies from male ones is actually how the weight is distributed.

Dredsina has a lovely post on weight gain in women, which you can find here.

Particularly helpful though is this!

in males, the majority of weight gain is located in the waist

this is important because if I had followed the female profile of fat distribution, then he would look very different.


(this is worth bearing in mind when creating trans characters, as hormones do change the fat distribution, and pre-op & hormone individuals will present differently but still have the same weight distribution.)

The body is the main place you will find the differences, as facial structure is just as widely varied in females as it is males. I mean, just take a look at this post!
However if you want someone to look more masculine, squaring off their jaw will do that. Likewise, if you want someone to look more effeminate, rounder features will help.

A good way to go about this is to use the construction guides in prokos’ videos, and with masculine people you’d draw the cheek rhythm like he does in the video, and more effeminate people would have a rounder rhythm.

I also emphasised the corner of the jaw in the masculine person, and gave them a thicker neck.