This is the world’s second biggest fish tanks - so big that it’s even been named the Kuroshio Sea. Located in Okinawa, Japan, the aquarium houses an enormous tank that is some ten metres deep, 35 metres wide and 27 metres long. It is home to a dazzling variety of all the species found thriving around Okinawa, including giant soaring manta rays and the daddy of them all, the world’s biggest fish, the whale shark. The appearance of the main viewing room is dazzling, and the window is so clear that each year millions of visitors can believe, for a moment, that they have stepped into a magical underwater world.
IF YOU ARE NOT PREPARED TO RAISE A DISABLED CHILD, OR A TRANS CHILD, OR A GAY OR BI OR PAN CHILD, IF YOU ARE NOT PREPARED TO LOVE AND SUPPORT YOUR CHILD UNCONDITIONALLY, DO NOT HAVE A CHILD.
IN THE FUCKING HISTORY OF SUBPLOTS IN MOVIES
LIKE SAM GOT SHOT RIGHT IN FRONT OF HER…
THEY EVEN KILLED “MARY LOU” THE DONKEY FOR FUCK’S SAKE
SO KATE BECAME THE BADASS “KISSING KATE BARLOW”
AND THEN SHE FUCKING DIED AFTER CURSING AN ENTIRE FAMILY FOR ETERNITY
Kissing Kate Barlow and Sam the Onion Man need their own movie.
Aw, shucks. Thank you! I think a lot of it comes from just drawing a lot, but also the understanding of principles like Straights v.s. Curves and line flow. I highly recommend the Drawn to Life book series and Force.
I’ve also started doing this warm-up trick that I learned from my figure drawing professor last semester. Fill a page with circles, lines, squiggles, etc.
Doing these will loosen up your wrist and also practice hand motions for quick drawing. It’s really useful!
I also suggest doing lots of gestures, both from reference and from imagination. Pixelovely is great for that. These are some I did not too long ago quickly from imagination:
Just draw fast and loose and don’t think about it too much. Get those drawing principles ingrained into your head to the point where you do it without thinking about it. Practice, practice, practice!
You should also check out Rad’s how-to blog, because it’s chock full of great stuff on drawing principles.
- Draw a lot
- Know your anatomy
- Learn the principles
- Draw loose with your whole arm
- Draw a lot!
I hope that answers your question, anon!