|If you like my work, you're always welcome to contribute :3|
Just your "ordinary" swedish MMD user that likes to make textures, charts and model edits. I've been doing MMD since 2011 and still have a burning interest I rly like the character Hatsune Miku and therefore love to collect models depicting her. |
I'm the owner of CituSmoothie (link found below) where I post download links to various HQ MMD models. If you have a tumblr, please make sure to follow me there!
Besides MMD, I like to draw (especially manga-inspired-art), read fantasy books and play video games.
Beikon's tips for MMD pics - part 1Part 1 - Newcomer NightmareBeikonated
Hello. As a person who spends an awful lot of time in the MMD tag, I see a lot of people who would definitely work out with some improvement on their picture making. Especially nowadays, that more people find out about MMD, because of the infamous ORAS models and public release on Steam.
I do have quite a lot of watchers. And I assume some of them would like a small thoughts-and-tips about making pictures in MMD.
Let's start with the most basic of basics. Let me introduce today's assistant - Sousuke.
Sousuke was just loaded in MMD and not much has been done to him yet. Time to fix this.
I assume you more or less know how the bones work in MMD, because that's the primary thing.
When you make a picture in MMD, you have to pay attention to posing. If the model will be clearly visible on the frame, you shouldn't leave him stiff like a log. Try to give him a realistic pose. You can pose yourself to see how the body bends. Or you can look up pose refe