Discussion in 'Art and Illustration' started by AlleycatIrony, Feb 21, 2017.
drew my friend's pet axolotls in exchange for a small aquarium heater ;u;
Aaaahhhh they're so cute!! <3
aaa thankyou !
tall oc not mine, (c)mcroshtrolls on tumblr yo
little red cunt is definitely mine unfortunately :'//
I absolutely love axolotls!! too bad they're illegal in california...but your art is so adorable!!
ah, ifu there bc a lot of animals considered 'exotic' are illegal in my state in aus (even corn snakes ;w;, ones considered pests too like ferrets rip)
and thank u! c:
I enjoy your art for multiple reasons: the pastel colours are relaxing, and your art style is consistently relaxing, which leads to pieces which are easy to look at and generally appealing. I also appreciate your broad variety of talents, what with the anthropomorphics, trolls (human enough!), and various animals. I can barely get past animals myself! I think you have gone very far as an artist and have a lot of potential in the future.
Also, chatots are wonderful- you immediately won my approval with that one.
oh goodness, thankyou so much!! ur too kind ;;w;;
You're welcome! I mean it.
redrew an old (but new bc it hasn't been published yet?) panel from mine and my bf's comic
giveaway art prize of http://the-forsaken-shadow.tumblr.com 's oc kyo <3
That's some really nice stuff you have and the pastel colors are quite relaxing, like the people before me said.
One word of advice though,
treat your art like an application for work. You want to "sell" your art to us, make us interested in it. So everything around it is also considered. You wouldn't call yourself a loser during an application interview, right? If you talk badly about yourself, everyone will start thinking badly about you even before seeing anything else and if they think badly of you, your product will be seen in a worse light than it is. It's really easy to avoid, just by using different words. Don't say loser, say "aspiring artist" or "artist looking for feedback" or anything possible in a positive direction. Keep everything positive.
thankyou so much!
thing is i don't rly care for 'selling' my art, i just do it for fun and like sharing it w/ others (esp considering i've only had two commissions since january bc everyone else either never pmed back or demanded a refund before i had the chance to start, so i don't rly fancy selling anyway)
i don't consider myself an artist bc i don't plan on doing art as a job or anything and i can't say i'm rly looking for feedback either, like i said before i just like sharing ;w;
i'll keep all that in mind tho bc u make good points
i made spyro ocs? in this year of 2017 ??
What I meant wasn't literally selling your art but giving people a good impression of you. Sorry if I used confusing wording!
And I do really like that new artwork!
ooh ok i get u ;w;
and thankyou so much ^^
You're really talented, keep up the good work ,personally I'm on dark side, but my daughter loves your work. =)
oh my goodness thankyou ;w;
That's really amazing! I'm always astounded by traditional art. Especally any that don't involve the "standard" pencil and ink.
aa thankyou but it isn't traditional i'm afraid ;w;
i do trad art sometimes tho and colour it digitally if i manage to snap a clear pic of it :0 (used to use coloured pencils but can't find the motivation for it nowadays)
Ah. Well it's still impressive! @w@--b
Your art is really pretty : )
aa thankyou ;w;
and tried using my sketch brush (above) for actual lining (below)
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