Author: Archer

  • Coloring Pages!

    Coloring Pages!

    I’m in process of populating a few things, like coloring pages, into a couple different web-shops. Hmm, maybe I should add a shops page to this website? That might be useful! Loading… So, what’s up with coloring pages? For some, they serve as a good stress relief – I’m all about that that these days! […]

  • Body Visualizer

    Unlike the Comparing Heights and Hikaku Sitatter which allow you to compare two, or more, body heights, this app was developed for you to give a basic visualization for a single body’s proportions. The other nifty thing this one does is it allows you to click and drag to rotate your stand-in figure, so if […]

  • Hikaku Sitatter – Height Comparison Chart

    Was the last Comparing Height chart a little too simple for you? Nothing wrong with wanting a bit more detail, or wanting to compare more than a pair of people at a time. Hikaku Sitatter might take a bit of practice (it’s a Japanese app, with English accessibility) but as you can see from the […]

  • Comparing Heights

    Ever have issues trying to make two folks who’re standing side-by-side look like they’re appropriate heights? Unless you’re lucky enough to have live models to work from, and can make yourself a flow chart- Or if you’re comparing only a handful of people As an artist, it might be tempting to use comparison shots like […]

  • Warm Ups

    Warm Up Exercises are essential! Through my years of taking classes, I’ve had plenty of teachers go over the importance of doing Warm Ups for getting the hand and eye ready to start doing Art, and while I agree that those will help get the mind and body into the zone faster, I’d like to […]

  • 2022 Challenge

    Hello world (and all that jazz)! Considering the timing, instead of saying Happy New Year, I suppose it’s more Happy Lunar New Year! As I’m sure many of you know, the challenge of “New Years resolutions” are difficult in the extreme. Be it loosing weight, getting a better job, or those oh-so-inspirational “drawing a day” […]