I can’t wait till summer.
I just want to sit in the living room with all the fans on with a popcicle while playing donkey kong into the night.
Do you mean the way/style that I draw them in that it looks like I can create them fast and easy? Or that it looks easy for me to draw them overall?
Well— Either way I still have troubles with certain perspectives of hands but I draw a lot of them so they’re not as challenging as they used to be. If you’re having troubles with them and you find them hard to draw just practice a ton! Whenever you draw a person try not to hide their hands, a rule I made for myself is to always draw at least one hand whenever I draw a person (aside from the occasional shitty doodle or head shot).
I usually just kinda force myself, draw anything and everything, try a different medium, listen to some music, you just gotta get into the zone.
I find when I can’t concentrate on a drawing due to procrastination and lack of motivation I just have to sit myself down and try, and then eventually the feeling passes. You just kinda have to battle it out with yourself and say that you NEED to do this rather then feeding yourself excuses like you don’t have time or you’ll do it later cause you don’t really feel like it.
Well I mean worse comes to worse a non-art job would be ideal (retail, kitchen, factory) Gotta pay rent, eat and what not.
Art lessons? I wouldn’t really have any idea how to go about that and I don’t really feel that amazing of an artist that I could teach… Not at the moment at least since. I’m just beginning my journey into the art world and don’t have a whole lot of art experience under my belt to teach much other then basic things.
Personally I just want to be a freelancer and make a web comic, however I since halfway through my schooling I’ve been wanting to try and get a job doing some kind of concept art (goal is to get into gaming). That way I can pay off my loan, gain some awesome experience and hopefully have a stable living while I create my dream web comic and stuff.
College/University is kinda what you make of it, it would only be a waste if you feel it is a waste. A lot of the stuff we have to do it bullshit not gonna lie, but because I’m being pushed to create things I’ve gotten a hell of a lot better, not only that I’ve had to move into a city that I really love and have made lots of amazing artist friends. Those two things are honestly why I went to school in the first place, I needed change and didn’t want to work at the local Walmart any more. Job hunting after getting a degree in art is definitely going to be a challenge but that’s just anything in general with the arts. Especially with illustration as it is a very competitive field. So regardless if you go through school or not it’s more of how hard you try to get off your feet and into an artist career, and even if you don’t get something, lots of artists embrace the whole “starving artist” because hey! At least they’re enjoying and doing what they want with their life, I’d much rather be a starving artist then a dead souled Walmart employee any day.
So let me ask you my friend, if your life were the prize would you kill the innocent? Sacrifice your humanity? We all make choices, but in the end, our choices make us.
"Silent Hill 1" (1999)
1.) I have many: 80% of workspace is my bed, 15% is the floor and 5% is the barely used desk in the sunroom.
4.) Depends on my mood and medium, but most of the time I enjoy colouring way more then linearting (linearting is stressful).
8.) All the time! It’s very rare that I won’t listen to music.
The Birthday Massacre’s my fav always.