Busy day, so just a couple of quick ink figure sketches in brushpen today. The brush tip is a fantastic tool for figure drawing.

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So recently I learned about drawing project, all thx to @mooncube (thx again!) and finally I had some time yesterday to play with it. It's an awesome tool for coming up with new ideas!

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~=8 Character Passwords Are Dead=~

New benchmark from the Hashcat Team shows a 2080Ti GPU passing 100 Billion password guesses per second (NTLM hash).

This means that the entire keyspace, or every possible combination of:
- Upper
- Lower
- Number
- Symbol

...of an 8 character password can be guessed in:

~2.5 hours

(8x 2080Ti GPUs against NTLM Windows hash)

#Hacking #Infosec

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no.02:

Use reference.

There's 3 types: 1) Inspo - other (concept) , styles you like etc. 2) Direct Reference - real world objects similar to what you're designing 3) Indirect Reference - unrelated, but has aspects you want to integrate.

Here's my reference sheet. For 3) I chose an armadillo/pangolin combo for the back shape.

From my thumbnail I do a rough sketch, starting to figure out perspective. Next: grid and using ref

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Friend linked me to a dress to talk her out of buying it and several others. I helpfully did so by buying the last one before she could.

I am a good friend and not a sneaky bastard👼

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@digitalgyoza Thank you, I'm very happy to hear you like it! :)
Reference sheets are invaluable to get a design to truly feel right and plausible, you can pull out so many details to use however you like. And it keeps growing your mental visual library because once you've drawn it, you'll remember it for the next sketch.

The reference sheet here is downscaled for uploading - the one I use is a lot bigger so I can zoom in and check the details. If your computer can handle it, a large ref sheet will save you a lot of trouble later.

no.02:

Use reference.

There's 3 types: 1) Inspo - other (concept) , styles you like etc. 2) Direct Reference - real world objects similar to what you're designing 3) Indirect Reference - unrelated, but has aspects you want to integrate.

Here's my reference sheet. For 3) I chose an armadillo/pangolin combo for the back shape.

From my thumbnail I do a rough sketch, starting to figure out perspective. Next: grid and using ref

Vlog about what happened to my plans with Drip (and making erotic comics on that platform) Show more

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The sun keeps ringing my door. Literally. Snow is melting and the water shorts the door bell, and I keep running downstairs like a conditioned rat wth.

Noisestorm AND Foreign Beggars in one song?
Holy fuck what are you doing to my heart, I'm ded. 😍 😍

youtube.com/watch?v=86zIPEa5Gh

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self portraits, one making eye contact Show more

@Cheeseness Oh cooool, that reminds me of the Crab Rave, no I gotta go listen to it haha.

youtube.com/watch?v=LDU_Txk06t

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Guess what? I'm single and not looking

and I'm going to buy myself candy in bulk.

Just like giant loads of chocolate and caramel etc because thats what I enjoy

And I'm going to meditate and practice music because love is the order

Low end trans crowdfund - trying to avoid another bunch of overdrawn fees Show more

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