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For those that have added me recently after me posting my Powwow photos and Avenger/sugar rush chibis.
Please be aware this art blog will have illustrated Gay Porn.
If this makes you uncomfortable then please unfollow me!!!! this is my blog and its one of the subjects I draw so if you dislike or don’t feel comfortable then please don’t follow me! If you don’t mind the subject then please I hope you continue to like my art <3 (also I dont take flamers or haters. Trust me, I don’t wast my time on them).
So about a week ago my room mates and a friend of ours ran into my room excited about an idea of Sugar Rush (from Wreck-it-Ralph) crossed over with the Avengers.
Well I helped run with that idea and drew out all the characters inspired by the Sugar-Rush art style.
Since so many people liked them I’m making them into stickers and Keychains to purchase on my etsy store.
I currently have the stickers available and am working on making keychains so I’ll post again when those are available for anyone interested - but if you’d be interested in these as Stickers - Here you go :)
(im still playing with the format so if anyone has any issues with the ordering- let me know )
Went to the 42nd Annual Powwow at Stanford University today. Pictures of the dancers. I grew up with the Flat Head and Black Foot tribes, I really missed going to the Powwows. The dancers are really inspiring.
Commission for Guy of Inu-Yasha and Kouga <3
Reblogged from laubhaufen
“One of my favorite things to do with long-running manga I like (or used to read) is go look at the first pages of the story, then the later pages, and see how the artwork has changed/improved. It might sound weird, but it reminds me that these pros are still growing artists, like me.”
When I get into an artist, I like to read about them. I know some people think the only thing that should matter is the art, but I really like to find out about the person who makes it- where they studied (if they went to art school), what inspires them to draw, their supplies, etc. I seem to have no problem finding info with American or European artists, but when it comes to manga, I either find out very little about the artist or all the info I find is in Japanese, so I can’t read it. And when the series isn’t popular, I can’t find out anything about the person at all. So, while I may like the manga, the artist behind it feels very distant to me. They’re just this faceless figure somewhere on the other side of the globe that happens to draw a comic I like. As terrible as it sounds, they feel less human to me. And when an artist feels less human to me, I start seeing their skill as being this unreachable level of perfection. Logically, I know they practice and work their ass off to get good, but I can’t help that slight feeling of helplessness.
But then I go back through the chapters they drew and I see how their skills have improved. It reminds me that their style isn’t some Godlike impeccability. It’s organic- it shifts, changes, and grows- just like my art and everyone else. They’re just artists, great artists, but still artists, and they’re still experimenting and finding themselves within the artwork they make.
I did list the artist for each manga at the bottom of the confession, but in case anyone can’t see them or wants the titles of the series, here they are. From top to bottom:
*Alive: The Final Evolution - story by Tadachi Kawashima, art by Adachitoka (art group formed by 2 women)
*Katekyo Hitman Reborn - Akira Amano,
*Fullmetal Alchemist - Hiromu Arakawa
*D. Grayman - Katsura Hoshino
submitted by -jakkrobbit
So much truth!!!
Art is a life long lesson, I’ll keep saying it. Even professional artists, as long as they keep drawing, they will always improve and change.
pet peeve of mine. People that judge and flame/harsh critique a free online web-comic when it’s just that. Free. Online (not published) and a persons attempt at simply drawing out something they enjoy in hopes others will appreciate it and they can improve.
I also dislike when people flame/harsh critique comic artists, when they themselves, have never tried drawing a comic. (but this goes for a lot of things, i dislike when ppl judge others harshly on something they themselves have never attempted and don’t personally know the difficulties in).
It can be fucking hard.
that is all. /end rant *bows and scoots off into the sunset*