Feet are so complicated, much more so than hands, and we don’t even see feet that much unless it’s the summer and people are wearing sandals. I could probably draw like 10 pages on feet so … I hope I covered enough in this tutorial. For those of you who can’t draw feet, enjoy it!
Is this an official thing, no not at all. However, I shall continue on! I like to think I have a few good tips for developing characters, I hoard them all away and never use them so why not get them down on tangible. I know lots of people have ways of going about their character…
i just want to say, for people reblogging this, that this is called the “rule of thirds” and the tips i wrote here by no means are things that you HAVE to do! these are just tips i use for myself, i kind of made up the bubble rule and i dont even know if im using the rule right haha so there theres that! i just like to use it so i know my bubbles have a place to go
examples of me using rule of thirds to separate elements in “Rachael and Penny”
i got the information a long time ago from a thread on penciljack called Storytelling 101, specifically this image
there is tons of information on rule of thirds available, i know eyecager has a post that dips into it ….
Making note of this. I really need to work on my word-bubble placement.
Yeah one of the big reasons I don’t do a lot of comics is because I get caught up in the technical aspects of it and realize I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT I’M DOING ABORT ABORT and this is one of those things so cool thanks yay.