this shit is mine
this shit is mine
I recently discovered an etsy shop by the name of total chaos bootique has been selling my old beetlejuice sandworm painting on pillowcases for 40 bucks a set. Thanks a lot. I politely asked them to remove it and I hope it doesn’t become more of a problem. I just wanted to make people aware of this in hopes they don’t support the shop.
Thank you to the people that reach out to artists and make us aware of these things that happen, it sucks but you people are true guardian fairies. <3
FLIPPING THE IMAGE DOESN’T HELP!
I don’t know if I’m very good at backgrounds but it was fun to try!
Reiner werewolf concept
i wanted to try painting a fluffy fox
Last year while driving home from a doctor appointment and haven been given some gross medicine, I threw up on myself. I had a box of tissues in my car so i tried to catch my barf with them and then started to throw the tissues out the window while continuing to barf and trying to drive. Some one leaned out their window and yelled “stop littering!”
I wish I could have leaned out and projectile vomited on their car.
Had to to a portrait for class, Vicious is my muse <3
He looks a little too pretty…
Crazy like a wut
The lizardmen from warhammer were my jam back when I was a smaller nerd, trying my hand at painting one. Lots and lots of rendering to go…
oh gosh thank you! <3 and no worries i don’t think this has been asked before.
mmm well when I was young the comic Johnny the homicidal maniac had a huge influence on how I drew, i love lines and sharp angles but I don’t think i draw like Mr. Vasquez anymore. All the artists I admired, i would figure out what I liked about their work and try to imitate it in mine. First it was things like tracing, then practicing while looking at a reference and then I would just try to draw it from memory. Maybe you like how someone does eyes, or arms or anything! After a while it all just sort of sat in my brain and turned into how I draw now. I kind of think it’s like how you place a cold cube of butter in a pan, it starts out a lot like the origin but soon enough melts and mixes with other things in your head. hah kind of dumb but!
Just keep drawing, keep looking at art that makes you want to be better, practice what you like about the pieces and let it mix with just how you draw normally. Hopefully a style you like will emerge :]