This is an art/fanwork based community for tutorials. From tutorials on how to draw hands (traditional art tutorials), to tutorials how to create nifty color effects in a fanart (digital art tutorials), to tutorials in building props and/or costumes and costume parts (cosplay tutorials).
Mandatory header for each tutorial post:
Title: (example: How to make the Master Sword/How to Draw Feet, etf) Fandom: (Zelda, Harry Potter etc etc, or general) Fanwork Type: (Props, Cosplay, Sculpture/Maquettes, Traditional Art/Animation, Digital Art) Difficulty: (Easy, Intermediate, Advanced, Hard) Additional notes: (if you have any warnings or extra notes) Lj-cut or Link:
1) Be respectful. Critiquing if fine, but be respectful to each other. Watchers, please leave feedback for those who create tutorials. They're putting a lot of work into them.
2) You must use the header for every post, and you must use an LJ-cut or link. Do not post your tutorial without a cut.
3) Your tutorial must be accompanied by pictures/photos, diagrams, examples to illustrate the steps you took as well. No text only entries.
4) If you want to do a tutorial on a complete costume, you may do them in parts (example: tutorial for a skirt, tutorial for sleeves or crown, etc) if you'd likd.
5) Cosplay, prop, sculpture tutorials must include a material list and examples of places where to find them, if you can. Digital art tutorials should make it clear what program you used.
7) You may do double tutorials, meaning if someone else created a tutorial on the same thing, you may do a tutorial on it, as long as your tutorial is a different method and/or result from theirs. No claiming subjects.
Supported areas are: fanart/drawing (traditional art and digital art areas), animation, painting, sculpting, sewing/cosplay, and prop-making.
If you have a question about these rules or anything else, feel free to e-mail me.