hmmm this was interesting to read i do my chibis (none submitted) with little or no detail and all the cuteness in the head but thats how i do it! also i start with the face so i know where to draw the head but thats just my style ill have to try yours out soon see if i like it! :+fave: incase i forget haha
oooooooooh voery coooool! luv ur art! and I'm trying to do something with this tutorial...
u'r the best CHIBI artist in dA i luv u'r style
aaaaah yes, before i forget: +watch for ya ^^
see u later
I always wondered how you did your chibis. They're very cute! I find it interesting that you don't draw the top of the head to do the hair. I guess because I can't get the hair right unless I have that guideline. *shrugs* Oh.... also, practise ----> "practice" is the proper spelling. Not meaning to criticize.... I just have a thing with spelling. ^_^*
Okay, forgive my previous message. I just took a minute to go look up the history of each word. They're both essentially the same thing! 'Practise' is basically a british variant of the word 'practice'. They can be used in the exact same ways! So we were both right!
but if you look at the second one, it specifically refers to "a repeated exercise to improve skill" which is how you meant it right? To practice in order to improve artistic skill. Not trying to argue. I'm curious about the word 'practise' I suppose.... I've seen lots of people use it and honestly I didn't even know it was a real word until sometime last year. So thanks for indulging my curiosity I guess.
Yeah, but for me to say "practise, practise, practise" is using it as a verb saying 'go practise'. It's the same as "go run/jump/whatever". But yeah, it's a tough, weird word where both seem/are right. Stupid english language. XD