We are looking into making some collages that feature artwork, pixels, and screenshots from 2016. These collages will be featured on GASR's social media. If you are interested in submitting your favorite works from 2016, please click here. The deadline to submit art is January 15, 2017.
It's the season of giving and what could be better than giving to those who are most in need? In order to help others celebrate the holidays we'd like for all of GASR to come together and help donate money to those who are less fortunate and to help put a smile on a child's face this year! Click here to donate. The deadline to donate is December 20.
Hi, I'm Kori. I joined GASR in 2014 and have grown to love the community and people here. I'm a self taught hobby artist but I've liked to draw and paint ever since I can remember. I didn't get into using a tablet till a few years ago- and I love it. My family has always been a really big supporter in whatever I do, so I hope to continue and make it a more serious thing. I believe there's always room for me to improve so that's what I plan to do.
Staff Status Updates
We have 26004 registered users The newest registered user is iitwinkleziivu
Our users have posted a total of 1558900 messages in 30088 subjects
So I've been working on this larger scale drawing, where the figure is dipping her feet in a river and is holding up the long skirt of her gown so it doesn't get wet. When I try drawing the folds in the skirt where she is holding it up, it just doesn't look right. Does anyone have any advice to drawing fabrics with multiple pleats or folds, or know of any helpful tutorials?
Thank you!(hopefully I posted this in the right thread)
DP by : me
IMVU : TaoArt
Role : Artist
Join date : 2016-03-05
Sat May 07, 2016 10:54 pm
I made a small tutorial . Idk how to explain this lol This is how fabric builds up. The shape is in the holding point of the fabric, if its small you'll have few folds, if she holds more fabric the folds add up more and more. But the first shape is how it all starts
The "GASR" forum (Graphic Arts Services and Requests) is the largest art forum on Forumotion. GASR forum is open to anyone to join. Whether you want to sell artwork, buy artwork, make new friends, or wish to improve your skills with our tutorial section, the GASR forum has something to offer everyone!