here I will be rebloging and posting centaur pictures I find since they are awesome.

20th January 2013

Photo reblogged from Random Stuff From A Girl With Locs with 133 notes

locsgirl:

Tea in the Garden by *MichelleHendersonDA
Really cool.  African Mermaid and an Asian Centaur, and they’re having tea. ^_^

locsgirl:

Tea in the Garden by *MichelleHendersonDA

Really cool.  African Mermaid and an Asian Centaur, and they’re having tea. ^_^

20th January 2013

Photo reblogged from Beautiful Girls with 10 notes

leavealegacyoflove:

Horned Centauress by dustmeat

leavealegacyoflove:

Horned Centauress by dustmeat

19th January 2013

Photo reblogged from Faisal Al-Duwaisan with 6 notes

duwaisan:

A Hlaf Man and Half Horse … #Centaur

duwaisan:

A Hlaf Man and Half Horse … #Centaur

19th January 2013

Photo reblogged from ??? with 39 notes

dancingcoyote:

oh yeah i doodled this last year

dancingcoyote:

oh yeah i doodled this last year

19th January 2013

Photo reblogged from Making your nightmares into dream realities with 30 notes

miromyhero:

Here’s a better reference for my bby North. I’ve grown rather attached to him ahaha

miromyhero:

Here’s a better reference for my bby North. I’ve grown rather attached to him ahaha

18th January 2013

Photoset reblogged from Sketch Vomit with 14 notes

heidiblack:

Caran d’ache full blenders!

So, in curiosity, I bought a pack of the caran d’ache full blenders today.  I had seen online some photos of what they do, and I was a bit skeptical.  My hypothesis is that they are just clear wax pencils used to varnish the colored pencil image, and I think that I’m right.  (One of the things I like about the caran d’ache pencils is that they have a clay binder rather than a wax binder, so you don’t get wax bloom).  Here’s what I noticed about the blenders:

1. You have to press really hard.  This may partially be because of the texture of the paper I was using (canson mi tientes) but there were a lot of stubborn little nooks and crannies the blender didn’t want to get down into.

2. They do brighten the colors.  The greens are where you can see the most noticeable difference.

3. They blend, but you lose some details because of this - one of the other things I liked about hte caran d’ache pencils was their ability to get such amazing tiny details.

4. they smudge and smear the image a little

5. They do appear to be wax based, meaning that they may suffer from wax bloom (prismas also suffer from this, but it takes a few years before I’ll find out).  The amazing ferretparty has told me you can combat wax bloom by spraying the image with fixative.

If you have a large image you are working on, or a large area you want filled with a very smooth color, these will probably work well.  They also helped brighten and smooth the centaur’s skin tone immensely, but the loss of details in parts of the image saddens me (the grass is brighter, but also mushier)  I’ll have to play around more with these before I decide if I like them or not - then again, they may work very well in moderation.

18th January 2013

Photoset reblogged from Lochi's Little Corner of T&A with 62 notes

lochichi:

Said before been drawing some monster ladies. I’m also doing a special little collection for Katsucon next month! 

There’s a little chibi version of the deer centaur I uploaded a little while ago. 

And of course a mermerd. 

18th January 2013

Photo reblogged from Practice makes better. with 8 notes

doodlintogetbetter:

2. Centaur
Monster Girl a Day!
Yargh blargh words words type type.  I still think color is fussy and I haven’t gotten it figured out yet…  Although the way I work in digital (in black) is pretty closely to how I used to work with charcoal.  Fill the shape solid and then erase to find her features, I like it, I’ll stick with it for now.

doodlintogetbetter:

2. Centaur

Monster Girl a Day!

Yargh blargh words words type type.  I still think color is fussy and I haven’t gotten it figured out yet…  Although the way I work in digital (in black) is pretty closely to how I used to work with charcoal.  Fill the shape solid and then erase to find her features, I like it, I’ll stick with it for now.

17th January 2013

Photo reblogged from zap zap zap with 45 notes

slimelime:

Her name’s Harsh  O‿<

slimelime:

Her name’s Harsh  O‿<

17th January 2013

Photo reblogged from Bomb Princess Art with 15 notes

bombprincessart:

AngryPinkFedora on DeviantArt

bombprincessart:

AngryPinkFedora on DeviantArt

17th January 2013

Photo reblogged from Art blog of Landofshame with 192 notes

cryinglittlepeople:

Thirty Day Monster Girl ChallengeDay 2: Centaur
Arabian Centaur lady

cryinglittlepeople:

Thirty Day Monster Girl Challenge
Day 2: Centaur

Arabian Centaur lady

16th January 2013

Photo reblogged from No Food Across the Line! with 17 notes

edgerardparris:

Tesalia at Arkadhia by *stroggtank
Gorgeous 3D creation.

edgerardparris:

Tesalia at Arkadhia by *stroggtank

Gorgeous 3D creation.

16th January 2013

Photo reblogged from Things Facing Left with 62 notes

norisus:

His name’s Hart and he’s a bit of an asshole

norisus:

His name’s Hart and he’s a bit of an asshole

16th January 2013

Photo reblogged from beware, I reblog a lot with 30 notes

some-random-dudette:

why centaur
why animal
why am i doing this
help i don’t know

some-random-dudette:

why centaur

why animal

why am i doing this

help i don’t know

15th January 2013

Photo reblogged from plain poppycock with 57 notes

suspu:

I basically just roared and drew this with the power of fucking million exploding suns when I saw the ask and CAN U BLAME ME
Shout out to un-anoned bonbon who requested this!

suspu:

I basically just roared and drew this with the power of fucking million exploding suns when I saw the ask and CAN U BLAME ME

Shout out to un-anoned bonbon who requested this!