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What are you going to do? Decompose?
I had a tea party with Ophelia. She wanted to tip over the sugar jar. The bow is nice.
having a chilean rose hair at a tea party should be standard, i love the bow!
I’ve been wanting to write something like this for a little while now.
Basically I wanted to let people who are illustrators know that if they have a condition that makes it more difficult to draw, that they can overcome it.
I’ve had fairly bad essential tremor (shaky hands) all…
Snake Eater - Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
just fucking draw. don’t compare yourself to other people, don’t stop because you drew a lot last tuesday and you haven’t visibly improved. it takes time, effort, and a lot of perseverance. besides, no matter how “bad” you think you are, there’s still gonna be someone who thinks the stuff you produce is the best goddamn thing they’ve ever seen in their entire life. the artist you were five years ago would have their mind fucking blown by the artist you are today. so just draw a fuckton, because every new thing you draw is one drawing better than you were before.
I really needed this post
Trying my hand at shoujo always ended in a hilarious disaster.
Jumping on this post as well, because it is important to remember this at times.
13 year old me would be stoked to see where I am now. It’s really good to look back sometimes and appreciate how far you’ve come. And then imagine how much further you can go when you keep drawing.
Even though I want to laugh my head off at my old stuff… it really is important to look at how far you’ve come in time.
And I think it’s not only good for yourself but for young artists / beginners as well, to see how other artists started out. So they see that no one is a great artist right off the bat.
It has already been eight years wow man.
This post gives me so much strength, i love to see everyone’s progress please do it too…
I’m a total sucker for progression things ahh
I remember that it took me several hours to get what I got in 2007 while I literally just speedpainted the one on the right in maybe 16-30 minutes (I forgot to time). But yes, ALWAYS REMEMBER, YOU GET BETTER.
2009 and 2011:
I did that first drawing when i was 13 and like holy shit 5 years did so much for me. Never would I have even dreamt of reaching this level ever
going through old sketchbooks reminded me how fun drawing always was!! don’t stop keep going! <3 <3
and my art doesn’t look like that last one every day. doodles and attention and direction and being in-shape matter. keep up the exercise and the art will keep coming. keep it up!!
the meek inherit nothing, be bold
when u wake up feelin productive
Doodledump! More story/character brainstorming stuff scrawled onto notecards. Immediately jotting my thoughts down instead of letting them percolate into “this is too silly to use” mush has been a big help.
I’m still slowwwwly inking a comic starring Hank and Griswald (the big weird-headed guy and little weird-headed guy in jumpsuits, up there) that I’m now not TERRIBLY fond of, story-wise, but I’m still really proud of all the work that went into it, and it looks pretty good, so. Y’all will see that, eventually!
But finishing ANOTHER comic is taking priority over it right now, and then I have a bunch of other small stories I want to get on paper, too. WHO KNEW THIS STUFF WAS SO TIME-CONSUMING?!
(also, at the bottom: cats I drew while listening to “cats”. I… am more of a Sondheim person when it comes to musicals, so let’s just leave it at that.)
youre gonna look so godamn cool
Hellhound, Chronicles of Riddick.
Concept sculpture by Miles Teves.
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