3.) Show a thing you last drew, no matter how small or a “doodle”
wow sorry its really sloppy bah. original by Saskia Gutenkunst !!! I love her work. one of my biggest inspirations !
9.) Already answered it here! I’ve got some more pics tho!
Her name is Kim and she’s Travis’ girlfriend. They’re in a band and she plays guitar and is the lead singer. Travis plays bass and guitar, he likes to think that he’s the best but she’s a much better player than him hahs.
EDIT: left one is dominant and right one is non dominant lol;; sorry for answering this wrong!
9.) I actually have quite a bit of OCs that I want to flesh out and revamp. I’ve got some mer people, robots, punks, and these siblings who look like beetle juice characters now that I think about it?? I actually really love them and will probably redraw them for portfolio pieces!
here’s some screen caps of old art…
Johnny and his mother duking it out.
This jerk’s name is Travis and he’s a tool.
13.) Backgrounds for sure………I can’t draw them but I hope to get better through practice!!! Plus legs…I can’t draw legs well. and feet. Yes.
The Simpsons ‘Couch Gag’ by Sylvain Chomet - Behind the Scenes
Gosh, I love Lilo & Stitch…
So gorgeous. I love a room with well-designed props.
Hey! Thanks for watching the show, I’m so glad you’re enjoying it!!
Here’s a big rambling mess of hopefully useful advice! I usually respond to these questions privately but maybe other people might like to hear it too(???) Here goes:
I think one of the most important things I’ve learned is that the best way to improve as an artist is to just make a ton of work. You can get great advice and instruction from a teacher but it’s hard to apply that information to your work unless you’re producing a lot. Making art is kind of like being an athlete. You need to be constantly practicing so that the technical part becomes second nature to you. Then you can focus on the emotion on your character’s face rather than worrying about constructing it technically.
Also don’t worry too much about how “good” your work is. Thinking about art in terms of “good” and “bad” can be misleading. Someone might be an incredible artist but they could be labeled as “bad” by someone else who just doesn’t care for their style. Art is so subjective! (BEWARE TEACHERS WHO ARE UNAWARE OF THIS FACT!) I think it’s helpful to talk about how a piece of art makes you feel and if you think the artist’s intention comes through clearly. For a long time I felt inferior to my super talented classmates at school and peers on the internet, but I realized that feeling like they were “good” and I was “bad” at making art just wasn’t a very complete way of seeing things. Lately I’ve been trying to be really aware of what I want to say with my art and judging my success on whether or not people get what I was trying to say. I’ve felt a lot better about myself ever since I made this shift!
I think about this stuff a lot so it’s kind of nice to have a reason to write it down. Hope it helps! Good luck!!!!!