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idk

I've realized this a long time ago and the question just sprung up again

do i subconsciously hate drawing female characters?

what is the explanation to this?
that you been watching recently?
What were the first thing/s you wanted to learn about?
its gonna be at our university, every department or college has to pick the best of the best works from the artwork submissions from their students and every student is required (or at least in our college because w are very few). 

I was looking forward to submit a bunch of my works (because most of the submissions from our college will most likely be just photos and photomanipped stuff) but when I found out that high schools from outside will be seeing the exhibit for the purpose of encouraging them to enroll at our university, my hype went from 1000 to 0 real fast because I don't like it when schools (just like the previous college i attended to) show off my works as if they were the reason I learned how to do them, school just basically delays my productivity. And I don't want to mislead people for the false credit.

Weighing the pros and cons here: If I submit my stuff, I could get my works exposed to students and prolly even teachers/professors/professionals that they might save my name for future reference + the misleading effect to students who enrolls in the future.

Basically what I'm worried about is the last part. I mean I still want my works to be exposed irl and not just on the internet.

idk, maybe im not seeing another perspective of this situation that will make up my mind
Thanks for all the Birthday greetings and gifts.

Thank you for appreciating my art and artistic choices.

Thank you for the all the help.

Thank you for all your nice and even not so nice comments.
I'm thinking of updating the kind of commissions I'm gonna be doing, my current commission info has sketch, cel shade and ful comp in it, but I was wondering if some of you guys would be interested on commissioning painted sketch from waist to bust only, like these

  Ur Granpa by Py-Bun Thinking by Py-Bun Krieg Sun by Py-Bun

$20 = Bust
$30 = Waist Up

i'll prolly throw in painted busts as well

Shpee by Py-Bun  Space Grandpa by Py-Bun

NOT VIDEOS THO



just gifs, non-stock animations, animated by yours truly

just enough to have a price that isnt based on keys

aaaaaaaand i still dont know how i'd price those
...on my previous journal  is it okay to make a 'better' version of a thingim asking this because there are some undertale models that dont meet my standards and i'd like to remake them to meet my standards (most likely as standard-meeting as my papyrus model)
im also asking this because idk if its a bad thing because i feel like that the creators of those models would feel bad or is it okay with them


I'm a woman of few words plus being not sure what to say most of the times brings me to not responding to your comments individually ;u_u

I just want you guys to know that I've read them and I appreciate it all

im sorry if i made you feel that i didnt acknowledge your comment
im just too speechless most of the time
remember that when i dont reply
im asking this because there are some undertale models that dont meet my standards and i'd like to remake them to meet my standards (most likely as standard-meeting as my papyrus model)

im also asking this because idk if its a bad thing because i feel like that the creators of those models would feel bad or is it okay with them
steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles…

thank :icondillydong:

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now please stop asking if im gonna port it to gmod
is papyrus wearing mittens or gloves?

I’m thinking of giving him gloves because mitten hands are giving me a bad time with rigging and I also think he’s wearing gloves because sans’ sprite looks like he’s wearing mittens but thats just his hands and it might just be the game’s artstyle and they actually have fingers

what do you think?

update: GLOVE IT IS
I made a series of screenshots explaining some basic stuff about paint tool sai by request

sta.sh/21bl9nf38qfc

I'll be updating the collection depending if the person I'm teaching has more questions or if you guys have any questions


I don't want busts that already has face details, I just need really basic ones if there are some alternatives you can link me
He's gon Sail by Py-Bun


SFM steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles…

Mods www.dropbox.com/sh/qpwnyc9u5sz…

sadly, I'm not a pre-approved user in mods.tf, it wouldve been more convenient to have every cosmetic replacement available with a few clicks, I can only provide a few replacements
so you see this head mod for krieg (its called Long Live the Meat)


you can see that the face is slightly seen and after some time googling how to extract models from borderlands 2

I'm able to import it in blender and unveil what the face looks like without the mask thing


with a bit of color correction


will you take this as canon or will you still go for your headcanon? (haha...headcanon)
Haven't been able to work on commissions lately, specially for big ones like 3d or several pieces of artwork thought I can still work on quick commissions like sketches or cel shaded pieces, I'm currently working on some big ones too.

Sorry for the delay, I'm currently busy because of our workload in the upcoming Finals.
I was first notified via this journal post 

DA art theft again...nope...it's worse (urgent)(Correction Update)
Blue Pixel Orb Hello everyone :(,
as you can see I changed the tittle of my journal and for a good reason,  I have to apologize to everyone who has either seen or read this journal since yesterday.
Blue Pixel Orb When I first read about this I was over whelmed with frustration and anger for the site that I fully believed was for stealing and re-selling our art for some one else's profit, but in fact, it isn't...
Blue Pixel Orb For the full explanation you can read this >  http://peterandcompany.tumblr.com/post/124924181627/phishing-warning-avoid-wallpart-at-all-costs but to sum it up, the site known as Wallpart, is in fact a site bent on messing with our PC's, if you go there you risk getting Malware or Virus's just from looking up your work, and if you click the "Report Violation" button on that page, the result's may be worse 


Then I did a bit of research of what this site really is and found this tumblr post

I'll just post here for the ones who doesn't want to go over tumblr to read 

PHISHING WARNING: AVOID WALLPART AT ALL COSTSOver the past 24 hours I have been notified by several people about pages of Peter & 
Company and other pieces of my artwork being supposedly “available for 
sale” through a site called Wallpart (which I will not link in this post, for reasons explained below), and in the same time span I have seen many 
other artists make journals/submissions/posts talking about finding their own 
work on there as well. Naturally, the inclination of any artist finding 
their work available for sale without their consent is to head to the 
“Report Violation” link attached to every listing and file a complaint 
to have it removed.PLEASE, FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, DO NOT FILL OUT THE VIOLATION REPORT ON WALLPART’S WEBSITE.
This site already has a bit of a history, and I’ve read several posts from people who dove into their site code and snooped around. Long story short, there are some very devious bait-and-switch tactics going 
on. Essentially:
- I have not found any confirmation that they are actually selling any of the images/prints that appear on their 
site. Their “search function” is nothing but scraper software, which 
essentially just loads up hits from Google Images and displays them 
within a pre-built “shop” template based on the image’s resolution. This
 is why every single piece on there has a title that is lifted directly 
from whatever gallery site (FA/DA/Weasyl) or general website was hosting
 it. Example: They have my title card from my Kickstarter page for the 
P&C pilot, with the title lifted straight off the description.
- The dependence on Google Images is also why doing a search for your 
own name will turn up different results each time, or possibly no 
results at all, even though the listings still seem to exist if you have a direct URL to them. Their “search” function never actually searches their 
own listings; it even offers the same real-time suggestions that you’d get from a Google search bar. Confusingly enough, performing the
 same search multiple times often returns different results at different
 times throughout the day. I was able to find dozens of P&C pages 
supposedly for sale by searching my name yesterday, but today none of 
them show up in search results – even though the direct links to the 
page forms (which I saved) still exist.
- Their “Report Violation” link is actually a 100% phishing form. If you
 fill it out, no matter what you put there, you will be sending them a 
LOT more than you anticipated. This is 
actually the main purpose for the site’s existence – they completely 
anticipate artists being upset about their work supposedly being sold, 
so they developed a system to exploit those who complain.
- Various pieces of malware and other malicious code have been found 
embedded throughout their pages at different times. This site is just 
bad news all around.
- The site itself is hosted in Russia, and has already swapped web hosts
 4 times in the past few months. The current host is listed as ENOM, and
 other bloggers/artists have already sent complaints and reports to 
their contact page, with little luck. It looks like it’s already been 
branded and caught in the past and is trying to keep itself alive.
- Also, for a site claiming to have “billions of images” available for 
print, to only have a little over 3,000 “happy customers” should be a 
pretty big red flag on its own.
So please – DO NOT VISIT THIS SITE. Do not attempt to search for your own artwork in its listings; if your work shows up on Google, it is guaranteed to be on that site. They’re even listing “prints” of web banners and other graphical elements that were never intended for printing. Do not give it page views, and
 most importantly DO NOT FILL OUT ANY VIOLATION FORMS, EVEN IF THE 
ARTWORK ON THE PAGE IS YOUR OWN. Instead, there is a Change.org petition asking for the domain to be stripped and brought down.
Please share the word around as much as possible so other artists don’t 
potentially fall into their trap by thinking that their “Report 
Violation” page is actually what it claims to be. These people are pure 
scam artists, plain and simple. Avoid them at all costs. 

PHISHING WARNING: AVOID WALLPART AT ALL COSTS

Over the past 24 hours I have been notified by several people about pages of Peter & Company and other pieces of my artwork being supposedly “available for sale” through a site called Wallpart (which I will not link in this post, for reasons explained below), and in the same time span I have seen many other artists make journals/submissions/posts talking about finding their own work on there as well. Naturally, the inclination of any artist finding their work available for sale without their consent is to head to the “Report Violation” link attached to every listing and file a complaint to have it removed.

PLEASE, FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, DO NOT FILL OUT THE VIOLATION REPORT ON WALLPART’S WEBSITE.

This site already has a bit of a history, and I’ve read several posts from people who dove into their site code and snooped around. Long story short, there are some very devious bait-and-switch tactics going on. Essentially:

I have not found any confirmation that they are actually selling any of the images/prints that appear on their site. Their “search function” is nothing but scraper software, which essentially just loads up hits from Google Images and displays them within a pre-built “shop” template based on the image’s resolution. This is why every single piece on there has a title that is lifted directly from whatever gallery site (FA/DA/Weasyl) or general website was hosting it. Example: They have my title card from my Kickstarter page for the P&C pilot, with the title lifted straight off the description.
- The dependence on Google Images is also why doing a search for your own name will turn up different results each time, or possibly no results at all, even though the listings still seem to exist if you have a direct URL to them. Their “search” function never actually searches their own listings; it even offers the same real-time suggestions that you’d get from a Google search bar. Confusingly enough, performing the same search multiple times often returns different results at different times throughout the day. I was able to find dozens of P&C pages supposedly for sale by searching my name yesterday, but today none of them show up in search results – even though the direct links to the page forms (which I saved) still exist.
Their “Report Violation” link is actually a 100% phishing form. If you fill it out, no matter what you put there, you will be sending them a LOT more than you anticipated. This is actually the main purpose for the site’s existence – they completely anticipate artists being upset about their work supposedly being sold, so they developed a system to exploit those who complain.
- Various pieces of malware and other malicious code have been found embedded throughout their pages at different times. This site is just bad news all around.
- The site itself is hosted in Russia, and has already swapped web hosts 4 times in the past few months. The current host is listed as ENOM, and other bloggers/artists have already sent complaints and reports to their contact page, with little luck. It looks like it’s already been branded and caught in the past and is trying to keep itself alive.
- Also, for a site claiming to have “billions of images” available for print, to only have a little over 3,000 “happy customers” should be a pretty big red flag on its own.

So please – DO NOT VISIT THIS SITE. Do not attempt to search for your own artwork in its listings; if your work shows up on Google, it is guaranteed to be on that site. They’re even listing “prints” of web banners and other graphical elements that were never intended for printing. Do not give it page views, and most importantly DO NOT FILL OUT ANY VIOLATION FORMS, EVEN IF THE ARTWORK ON THE PAGE IS YOUR OWN. Instead, there is a Change.org petition asking for the domain to be stripped and brought down.

Please share the word around as much as possible so other artists don’t potentially fall into their trap by thinking that their “Report Violation” page is actually what it claims to be. These people are pure scam artists, plain and simple. Avoid them at all costs. 

Source: peterandcompany.tumblr.com/pos…

:iconcryforeverplz:

tho i would be happier if one of my weapons got accepted