And now for the REAL reason I wanted to join Flight Rising. Skins!
These will shortly be up in the Auction House at 1000 gems apiece. I plan on doing cybernetic accents (like the right one) for all dragon types, but for that I obviously need gems! The next one up will be for a male Ridgeback
I have available:
3 copies of the skin: Creeping Mycelium
1 copy of the accent: P-314 Cybernetic
(You can find those easily by searching the names)
Get them while you can! I probably won’t be making more of the first one, and I’ll be making five more copies of the cybernetics at most.
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And now for the REAL reason I wanted to join Flight Rising. Skins!
These will shortly be up in the Auction House at 1000 gems apiece. I plan on doing cybernetic accents (like the right one) for all dragon types, but for that I obviously need gems! The next one up will be for a male Ridgeback
I have available:
3 copies of the skin: Creeping Mycelium
1 copy of the accent: P-314 Cybernetic
(You can find those easily by searching the names)
Get them while you can! I probably won’t be making more of the first one, and I’ll be making five more copies of the cybernetics at most.
Zoom Info

And now for the REAL reason I wanted to join Flight Rising. Skins!

These will shortly be up in the Auction House at 1000 gems apiece. I plan on doing cybernetic accents (like the right one) for all dragon types, but for that I obviously need gems! The next one up will be for a male Ridgeback

I have available:

3 copies of the skin: Creeping Mycelium

1 copy of the accent: P-314 Cybernetic

(You can find those easily by searching the names)

Get them while you can! I probably won’t be making more of the first one, and I’ll be making five more copies of the cybernetics at most.

pythosart:

BRUSH SETTINGS!
Since I get asked this a lot.
Note that I am using Photoshop CS6.
90% of the time, I’m using this default Photoshop chalk brush, regardless of if I’m sketching, inking, or painting.
I prefer it to the hard round brush because I find it easier to vary line weight and I like the way the irregular edges look when I blend colors. This is just my personal preference! It is in no way “the right way” to do things.
Sometimes (and I want to stress that this is not for the majority of my work) I use one or two of Dan LuVisi’s brushes for effects or texture. You can usually see this in the shading on my cel-shaded stuff, or on backgrounds. I pretty much never use these on actual painterly stuff.
There is no brush settings secret to my painterly stuff! As anyone who’s watched me draw on a stream can tell you, I am constantly hammering the color picker button (alt key, at least on a Mac). That’s how I blend colors.
Look, there’s even a video clip from one of my streams. (Thanks Sharky)
Hope this helps someone!

Reblog for the anon who asked about my brush settings (and the several who asked previously and went unanswered)
I also use some Kyle’s Real Watercolor brushes for lineart and the recent stickers, but for the vast majority of my work I use the above.
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pythosart:

BRUSH SETTINGS!
Since I get asked this a lot.
Note that I am using Photoshop CS6.
90% of the time, I’m using this default Photoshop chalk brush, regardless of if I’m sketching, inking, or painting.
I prefer it to the hard round brush because I find it easier to vary line weight and I like the way the irregular edges look when I blend colors. This is just my personal preference! It is in no way “the right way” to do things.
Sometimes (and I want to stress that this is not for the majority of my work) I use one or two of Dan LuVisi’s brushes for effects or texture. You can usually see this in the shading on my cel-shaded stuff, or on backgrounds. I pretty much never use these on actual painterly stuff.
There is no brush settings secret to my painterly stuff! As anyone who’s watched me draw on a stream can tell you, I am constantly hammering the color picker button (alt key, at least on a Mac). That’s how I blend colors.
Look, there’s even a video clip from one of my streams. (Thanks Sharky)
Hope this helps someone!

Reblog for the anon who asked about my brush settings (and the several who asked previously and went unanswered)
I also use some Kyle’s Real Watercolor brushes for lineart and the recent stickers, but for the vast majority of my work I use the above.
Zoom Info
pythosart:

BRUSH SETTINGS!
Since I get asked this a lot.
Note that I am using Photoshop CS6.
90% of the time, I’m using this default Photoshop chalk brush, regardless of if I’m sketching, inking, or painting.
I prefer it to the hard round brush because I find it easier to vary line weight and I like the way the irregular edges look when I blend colors. This is just my personal preference! It is in no way “the right way” to do things.
Sometimes (and I want to stress that this is not for the majority of my work) I use one or two of Dan LuVisi’s brushes for effects or texture. You can usually see this in the shading on my cel-shaded stuff, or on backgrounds. I pretty much never use these on actual painterly stuff.
There is no brush settings secret to my painterly stuff! As anyone who’s watched me draw on a stream can tell you, I am constantly hammering the color picker button (alt key, at least on a Mac). That’s how I blend colors.
Look, there’s even a video clip from one of my streams. (Thanks Sharky)
Hope this helps someone!

Reblog for the anon who asked about my brush settings (and the several who asked previously and went unanswered)
I also use some Kyle’s Real Watercolor brushes for lineart and the recent stickers, but for the vast majority of my work I use the above.
Zoom Info

pythosart:

BRUSH SETTINGS!

Since I get asked this a lot.

Note that I am using Photoshop CS6.

90% of the time, I’m using this default Photoshop chalk brush, regardless of if I’m sketching, inking, or painting.

I prefer it to the hard round brush because I find it easier to vary line weight and I like the way the irregular edges look when I blend colors. This is just my personal preference! It is in no way “the right way” to do things.

Sometimes (and I want to stress that this is not for the majority of my work) I use one or two of Dan LuVisi’s brushes for effects or texture. You can usually see this in the shading on my cel-shaded stuff, or on backgrounds. I pretty much never use these on actual painterly stuff.

There is no brush settings secret to my painterly stuff! As anyone who’s watched me draw on a stream can tell you, I am constantly hammering the color picker button (alt key, at least on a Mac). That’s how I blend colors.

Look, there’s even a video clip from one of my streams. (Thanks Sharky)

Hope this helps someone!

Reblog for the anon who asked about my brush settings (and the several who asked previously and went unanswered)

I also use some Kyle’s Real Watercolor brushes for lineart and the recent stickers, but for the vast majority of my work I use the above.

aequorin-fr:

aequorin-fr:

pythosart:

FLIGHT RISING WHY ARE YOU SO MEAN

I JUST WANT SOME DRAGONS

It keeps telling me “no profane usernames please”.

Usernames I have tried:

  • Pythosblaze
  • Pythosart
  • Pythos

WHY DOES MY NAME OFFEND YOU

We’re looking into this right now.

pythosart, try again now!

Now that’s some A+ customer service!

I’ve already claimed a different name, but I want to show my appreciation.

FLIGHT RISING WHY ARE YOU SO MEAN

I JUST WANT SOME DRAGONS

It keeps telling me “no profane usernames please”.

Usernames I have tried:

  • Pythosblaze
  • Pythosart
  • Pythos

WHY DOES MY NAME OFFEND YOU

godslush replied to your photo:Dearest Julia
At the zoo we have a rooster named Julio who thinks he IS a dinosaur. He’s a vicious little serial killer in chicken form. Chickens are awesome.

Oh she’s a serial killer alright. She’s murdered a chick, injured and permanently traumatized another chick (who grew into a gorgeous but neurotic rooster) and we’ve seen her kill and devour a snake in the yard.

I still love her though. It’s hard not to