I’ll be starting a livestream tonight! I’ll be drawing a page of Creeps, and once I get to the inking I’ll notify you guys on my blog!
I’m very bad at trying to be funny over the Internet
Page 16 is here!!
Creeps Comic/Laughing Jack/Grossman (c) Snuffbomb
BRVR/Suicide Mouse (c) Creepypasta
Art (c) SabrinaNightmaren (me)
Doing upward shots, and rainbow hair can be a pair at times
Clock/Notebook (c) Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared
Art (c) SabrinaNightmaren
BIGGEST PLOT TWIST EVER
Masky (c) MarbleHornets
Creeps comic/Laughing Jack/Grossman (c) Snuffbomb
Art (c) SabrinaNightmaren
Everyone!! After years and years, Paint Tool SAI is finally getting an upgrade! Go try the Paint Tool SAI 2 beta!
Just a few of the new features:
- 64 bit/multi-core support
- Font tool with text layers
- Bigger canvases! Up to 100,000 x 100,000px canvas size for 64 bit
- Bigger max brush size (up to 5000px)
- Circle and line rulers
- Perspective ruler (guide lines for 1 - 3 point perspective)
- Select/edit multiple layers at once
- Upgrade for free if you already have a SAI 1 license
Paint Tool SAI is my number one recommended art program for digital painters and this just makes it even better! The new font tool and canvas size limits, especially, should make it so much easier for people trying to make comics.
This is still in beta, so it’s untranslated and has some bugs. But it’s still great news! Go try it out!
SAI WITH TEXT SUPPORT?
Happy Valentine’s Day everybody~! Hope all of you are having a great day <3
Okay, so today I have witnessed today that a certain deviant on DA has been claiming that her “sister” made the original story to LJ.
Ugh.. you know, in times like these, I really fucking hate people who try, and manipulate the audiences attention over the internet. *sigh*
How to take your wig from gross to great!
This isn’t a new method at all, but instead my results using this tutorial.
While the before shot is pretty terrible photo quality to begin with, you can see the wig is basically a ratty, gross-looking mess.
- Find a tank or bucket and empty a capful of fabric softener into it (more softener if your wig is longer).
- Add enough water to submerge the wig, and make sure to flip it inside out before you put it in the water. Swish it around to make sure it’s saturated, and then let it soak for a few days. I left mine is for a little over two days, but I would suggest leaving it in closer for the five days the original tutorial suggests.
- Lay the wig out on a towel to dry. I didn’t wash out the fabric softener, and when it was damp instead of dripping, I put it on a wig stand.
- After it’s completely dry, brush through it with a wig brush, or at least a brush with wire teeth. Plastic teeth will create static and no one wants that.
- If you need a wig brush, try checking out beauty stores. Failing that, you can usually find wire brushes at pet stores, and they work as well as any wig brush.
- Spray lightly with dry shampoo or sprinkle with talcum powder. Brush your wig again after a few minutes to help disperse the powder and keep your wig from looking chalky. You may experience a small amount of shedding during the brushing process, but it shouldn’t be anything too severe.
And there you have it!