I don’t know if you will see this but I wanted to thank you for your quiz. I got the Revenant which had perfectly described my last half a decade and reading the description felt so acknowledging to me. I don’t remember last time I felt so peaceful and hopeful about myself. Hope you have a fantastic day :)
I’m so happy to hear that! I hope that feeling persists <3 wishing you all the good things :))
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A preview of my piece for the Rusty Quill Gaming Fanzine. This was such a well curated and fun zine to work on, and of course the RQG podcast is amazing stuff for all you D&D fans out there! Stay posted for more zine updates as lots of talented artists are involved, and be sure to follow the blog @rqgzine!
hey guys!! commissions will reopen on Friday at long last. DM me if you’re interested!! <3
guys I made an ‘if you were a deity, what would you be the god of?’ quiz! it’s somewhere between the greek gods and astrology and hopefully it’s fun and a little weird :))
have you ever contemplated doing sketchbook tours?? your art is so gorgeous and whimsical and i love the couple of sketchbook spreads you've posted on here. it'd be so cool to see more of them (though just getting to see your art is enough!! thank you for sharing it with us all)
hi! i had this sitting in my inbox for a while because I wanted to have something interesting to say when I answered. In short - yes! I’m going to be uploading filmed sketchbook tours to Gumroad over the next few weeks. They’ll be more or less chronological, beginning with my very first finished sketchbook age 14 and continuing until my current ones. They’ll be $0-$5 with an optional price tag. Stay tuned, I’m currently trying to film and edit the earlier ones!
oppression, joy and alienation in a cyberpunk future. digital illustrations by me
gonna do more landscapes soon. that as well as everything on my to do list yee yee
ain’t easy being a plant seller in future city
read the left hand of darkness
I was pleased and excited by the opportunity to work with Huion, who kindly sent me a model of the new Kamvas 16 (2021) drawing tablet to review.
Being a longtime and faithful Wacom Intuos user, I wasn’t sure how well my style or practice would translate to a different tablet, much less one with an integrated screen that you draw on directly. As it turns out, I needn’t have worried. The precision of the pen on the screen is faultless and follows your movements like a shadow, parallax is nonexistent, and the experience of drawing is as intuitive and easy as anything I’ve used to date. I try to focus on detail and meticulous linework in my art, and the Kamvas was more than capable of keeping up. In fact, drawing straight onto the screen allowed me to get closer and more involved in my work than ever. I use Krita and could tailor the pen settings to my needs with no problems.
The only caveats with the Kamvas for me were the very slight lags - sometimes at the tail end of a long drawing session the pen would skip slightly. The bulk of it was something to note, as well - with the wide 15.6” display the keyboard of my laptop was harder to reach, meaning that for this particular tablet I’d recommend a wide workspace where you can keep your keyboard adjacent to your tablet rather than beyond it. For those who draw for long sessions or those with back pain, I’d also recommend a different type of stand as shown in YouTuber Ahmed Aldoori’s review of a similar make - the accompanying stand lends itself to hunching over it slightly. Not a problem for me personally, as such, but it is certainly something to take into consideration.
Overall, I love working with the Kamvas. It immediately eclipsed my older Wacom, making the prospect of drawing digitally seem brighter and more exciting. The display illuminates every inch of my illustrations and the near molecular pen precision and control offers a sense of command over art I had rarely felt before. It more than makes up for its bulk with the luminance and pixel count of its screen, and the array of easily adjustable settings makes you feel less like some idiot sitting over a tablet and more like you’re tuning a complex instrument. Plus, the experience of drawing straight onto the display rather than drawing downwards on a tablet and looking at your laptop screen are worlds apart. The former is simple and instinctual for anyone used to paper, while the later takes days (if not weeks) of adaptation and practise. The Kamvas 16 is equipment for someone really serious about their art, who wants total integrity and functionality when they draw.
Thanks again to Huion, and I hope anyone thinking of investing in a Kamvas 16 takes what I’ve said into account.
my nine best bits and bobs of 2020
if i posted some of my old art and sketchbook pages on gumroad would anyone be interested? i’d probably charge about ¾$ for the whole file and include thoughts about my development as an artist and what i’ve improved on (i have a lot to learn, but if I can help anyone else in their art journey I want to, lol)
would people be more interested in old digital art or old sketchbook work? either option from around the ages of 16-19
do you ever wear an outfit and you’re like “if i got suddenly spirited away to a fantasy land right now i’d be ready”
we are all in the gutter but some of us are looking at the stars.
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Jesus Christ, the one and only Son Of God The Father, died on the cross for your sins. He was not sent here to condemn us, but to save us(John 3:16-17)! He knows you more than anyone else! You are wonderful and loved by Him. Let Him lead your life, and love Him with all that you are.
what did i say about putting scripture in my inbox