|dizzytea asked: 3 5 15 <3|
3:Show a thing you last drew, no matter how small or a “doodle” it is.
This was a paper test that has failed (I abandoned it at this point) I will try to draw the same picture later though, I liked the concept.
5:Who/what inspires you?
I can’t be sure but mostly… everything? I get really inspired by looking at other people’s work, such as loish or mais2 , roleplays usually inspire me a lot as well. Music used to be a source for me too but unfortunately that has passed.
15. Any weird artist behaviour you admit doing?
All I can think of is… I get extremely frustrated and angry somewhere in the middle, I become a ticking bomb, throwing the painting away (deleting the file if digital, shredding the paper on tradational) is highly possible as well.
|Anonymous asked: 1,2,9,13|
1:Take a picture of your workspace.
2:Show your pencilcase and what’s inside.
I actually have a few pencilcases and sometimes switch them for the needs. You know, like, markers or inks or stuff like that.
9: Do you have any OCs?
Are you kidding? I have lots of OC’s, some in multiple universes. I mostly draw Cheryl, Roxy, Mydia and Ivy, sometimes Itami too. There was also some doodle-list of my characters I started to do but… I gave up.
13:Least favorite thing to draw?
Sketchdump from the past week!
This is done! Commission work for rosyfawn . Because she’s awesome and a great friend&follower <3 I hope you like it baby!
My comission info is here, if you are interested!
|Anonymous asked: Maybe it's me but your art has improved even more over the past few weeks, the new drawings are incredible! Did you do anything particular?|
Thank you so much! It’s so flattering to hear that, especially I’m a bit obsessed with improving lately! *-*
Well, to think of it in the first second, it feels like I’ve done nothing interesting. BUT here are some things I think that has helped me improve;
I’m browsing art blogs A LOT. I inspect details of what my favorite artists have done over and over again, in a bunch of different styles. It doesn’t have to be over realistic or really professional. Everyone definately knows something that you don’t. Learning never ends and you can learn from anyone.
I’m watching videos on YouTube/Vimeo. Art processes, demos, speedpaintings, whatever you want. I watched a lot of digital and watercolor processes lately. I just watch people create their work. It IS inspiring and educating.
And; because I always get scared of ruining my sketchbooks, I’ve went to a local art store and bought a real cheap one. Like, 2,5$. And I’m determined to fill it. I’ve made a rule for myself; at least a couple of pages every day, just to keep my hand working. And I feel like, because it’s cheap and I’m not scared of ruining it, well, I’m not ruining anything at all! It’s like a miracle, something turns out to be well every time and it’s keeping my hopes up.
Also; I try different mediums all the time. Bored of digital? I do watercolor. Want a break from watercolor, switch to ink. Then another thing. Don’t think like only the medium you are using will improve in your hands. Because EVERYTHING will improve as you work, with anything. Your eye, your approach, your hand’s strokes and flow… You might find a color effect that you can use easily and effecticely in digital when you are experimenting in watercolors!
So, this is basically what I do. Don’t get scared, watch, observe and draw and draw and draw!
Painting the background! Almost done!
Flaming hairs will always be my favorite.
Paint all the fur!
More doodling until the class!