i do a fair amount of cute stuff and always have haha, but its understandable it being strange cute stuff coming from someone with a ghastly name and persona. its always very nice to work and play around with different things in my opinion so i dont disslike drawing cute things just because there not creepy.i also like keeping stuff in character, she is a very cute character haha. if someone ever wants something done in a creepy style though theyd have to give me the heads up , i work with a lot of styles and when i get offered to draw something cute i automatically think they want cute/pretty as well, i don't like my art being tottallyy seen as creepy, i like to show i can move around and do many things, and i all around enjoy doing so <33 also the fur came out not tooo much how i wanted (cause the stupid pen kept blotching, about to die, when i was trying to make it soft) but i don't mind it too much myself)
Is it bad that your rant made me smile? I mean, I've been watching yer art for a while, even though I haven't commented much (in a totally non-creepy, but kid-wanting-to-learn-from-someone-better sorta way). I noticed you can do various styles (that's the dope way, not to be stuck in one style) and honestly I think I dig the creepy the most. It's definitely something I don't see everyday. Also, just curious man, are you goin to an art school or something?
yeah no its not a rant, just explaining myself haha, im glad you dig the creepy the most! it definitely is my favorite to work with, but like said, i love experimenting and working with stuff Tooottaly new and dif from what i usually do! c : and no, both cause of money issues and disability. im better off just self teaching.
That's what keeps people interested - experimenting with different stuff, yeah? Um, art school's with MONEY in the US? I'm about to start an art high-school in fall (and that's free), but in my country - and generally in Europe as far as I know - there are also a lot of good art colleges ferfree. Anway I was just curious about that, there are a lot of freakishly epic artists out there self-taught and I dig that the most (so far I've been too lazy to go to classes).
well im in canada haha, and really my top choice would be SVA cause i mostly wanna go to school for animation, i can produce art and illustrate decently fine. its animation id like to go to school for, cause there they have the tools to learn and what not, where's i don't. all i kinda have is PS and my toon-boom wont install. but no i also all around CANT go to school cause of many other issues. it would be a total waist of money to go all the way to NYC for SVA. i wouldn't attend a good 80% of the time cause of my health and id all around fail a lot of things with my short term memory loss and,, a bunch of other stuff but i don't really feel comfortable rambling about that, i don't like making people feel sympathetic. i trust i can stand on my own anyways and do things by myself. i already have my own website and comics(slowly) in the works , and i am hired by companys to work for them, so im plenty happy with that(not to brag. just saying im not sitting around doing nothing that isn't job/school related)
Dude. That's so freaking rad, I didn't know! I don't have much experience, but I appreciate much more an artist who got so far on his own rather than going through a school. And I really wouldn't see you - who already have a creazy well-developed style - go through endless hours of life drawing and still lifes. I felt like I need to study a lot more till I can start stuff on my own - I'm only freakin 15, what the fuck - and the art high school I'm going to offers an animation specialization starting from eleventh grade. Still, congratulations for doing so many stuff on yer own, man. That's always awesome.