again: i never draw furries, unless you are a beloved friend (
who is also paying me). fun challenge though!! even though the perspective is all kinds of donked up
i never draw furries. but when i do, it’s because i love my friends.
blue is the warmest color.
this movie messed me up.
err forgot to post this
This is what happens when you pay me to take care of some kids avidly watch The Little Mermaid while their parents be workin’ up a sweat at the gym. Thank God for the provided crayons and construction paper in that daycare room.
some crap sketches.
sketches i never posted. not necessarily in that order tho… ;;;
fanart of my friend yssa’s take on my character tako for a cameo \o/
cannot handle these old men
also i need to stop drawing on disposable things without taking photos of them because that’s all i’ve been doing ;;;
Usual disclaimer: Although this may be common, this doesn’t speak for all extroverts. For the Myers Briggs-y folk: dom-Ne aux-Fi here.
Reasons why this happens:
In the end, as long as my issues aren’t somehow addressed, I’ll still feel kind of shitty by the end of the day and will be kept up in bed at night due to these thoughts and feelings. I still get comments like, “You’re so happy all the time! What’s your secret?” or “Man, where do you get it from? How do you do it?” and it’s just like — aahh, wait, no, I’m having an awful day, I swear… o(-<
Sometimes I think I’m the most bitter happy person around.
But forreal though, this week friggin’ sucked ass and I know this weekend isn’t gonna be any more of a reward. I feel beat, tired, and defeated. When am I going to catch a break?
errrmm idek ;;;;
You always talk about how your art isn’t creative enough. It’s not a lack of creativity, it’s that your work is emotionally detached too often… don’t allow yourself to sterilize it.
You’re gonna do fine.
Looking at my New Years doodle drawn a year ago, I was much more confident in the accomplishments I was to pursue for 2013. This year, I’m a lot less retrospective and a lot more tired, conflicted, excited, and confused about what’s to come.
What I can say about 2013, though, is that I did have some growth in art. I’m not sure if I improved technically but I feel like I sort of have more of a grasp on the thing. I’m not sure if that at all comes across in this little summary here.
Here’s to another year of development, uncertainty, and largely playing shit by ear!!