hey! I was wondering how you get your art onto the computer. Do you take pictures of it? or do you scan it? I'm just curious, because when ever I try to, the quality isn't that great.
Hey! I use the scanners from my school facilities. They aren’t quite professional grade, but they’re good quality. I used to just take photos, but scanning them in makes all the difference. With visual art, you can’t skimp on image quality.
INCREDIBLE! i saw your most recent submission on eatsleepdraw and oh my goodness i love ALL your work! i'm also an artist... hopefully starting art school next year... but at the moment [ugh its terrible] i have such an artist's-block. i can't think of anything to paint... and i miss it... any suggestions?
Thank you so much! I truly appreciate it. That’s great! I wish you all the best on your artistic ventures. Artists block is the worst. There is no sure fire cure. When it happens to me I make sure to look at artists that I enjoy, try to seek out what exactly I like about their work, and sketch a lot. Then if a sketch starts showing some promise I try to expand on it. Hope that helps!
Your work is pretty damn perfect I must say. I am envious and feel the need to reblog most of it. Two questions: where do you get your inspiration, and do you think you'll ever reblog other artist like yourself if you really love one of their pieces?
Thanks, you flatter me. Please, reblog away. That’s a hard question, inspiration comes from the oddest places. I am influenced a lot by so many artists I’m exposed to. I never post other artists on this blog, though. To answer your other question I try to keep this one entirely my artwork, so I just bookmark the websites of artists that inspire me.
Hey my lovely followers! I could really use your help. Reblogs would be amazing too. But I’m trying to get my work out there, and this contest is ending in a few hours. All you have to do though is click the collect me button to support my work and spread the word. Thanks!
Love is not loud, It is not intrusive It will tap quietly at your door Steady And if that warmth may bring you into it Then you will be blind to sadness You will endure grief You will face hardships But the blackest of moments will be diluted with a filter Like a warm rose color That something that cannot be made sense of Is there to cradle you.
And if love may lose you Hang onto the feeling That once in your life, you felt such a way. And be comforted by the fact that you may feel that again That feeling is possible, at least.