I’m trying to teach myself to go from concept to color faster. Right now it makes things sloppier, but that’s what practice is for.
Long Story Short: You stole my art, used it for commercial purposes, and won’t even respond to my polite inquiries.
Financial and legal complications aside, I hope you understand…
Ahhhhhh that is so not cool! That is blatant theft! >:(
Art theft is not okay. I’m very disappointed in Anita Sarkeesian, someone who I have supported in the past.
I hope this gets enough attention that she is properly motivated to respond.
Digital sketch/painting thing. Painted my skeleton onto a webcam photo of myself. Think it was 90 minutes? Either way I need to do more digital painting, I’m at sea with anything other than flats.
A shoutout to anyone who has had to deal with asshole clients.
*Insert “more you know” shooting star*
The deadline for pitches is March 15th, 2014. You can submit as many as you want, but try to narrow it down to two or three at the most.
That deadline is coming up! Only fifteen days left to anyone who wants to submit to Then it was Dark.
If you’ve been thinking about submitting but putting off actually sending in a pitch, this might be the time to do it.
Then It Was Dark is a collection of personal paranormal experiences, true ghost stories, friend-of-a-friend tales and brushes with the unknown.
Have you ever experienced something unnatural, inexplicable, or just strange? Ever seen a ghost? Ever watch a dozen blue-eyed snakes leap out of a campfire and slither away into the woods? Ever talk to a serial killer? We want your stories.
Personal experiences are best, but friend-of-a-friend stories or historical nonfiction are also good. The stories don’t have to be purely scary, they can be funny, or sad, or just strange. As long as they fit the theme of first-hand encounters with the paranormal or the unknown.
Accepted stories will be paid $35 a page, (more if the project reaches its stretch goals) plus contributor’s copies. Contributing artists will also have the option of producing additional paid work for backer rewards. (More about artists’ compensation, rights, etc here) We’re looking for stories that are ten pages or less right now.
If you are a writer looking for an artist, or an artist looking for a writer, we may be able to match you up.
More from that monster girl challenge. This one was to draw a catgirl.
Today’s monster girl drawing would like you to know if you have any comments to make about her body hair you can step right the fuck off.
Someone from HabitRPG linked me to this art challenge blog, so yeah.
Courage’s style is a little alien to me, so I started with a straightforward copy of a picture from Google, then redrew him in a slightly different position, then redrew him again in what I guess is “my style.” (I feel weird whenever asked to draw in “my style” because I really truly don’t know what that looks like.)
I thought Courage’s proportions reminded me of a bull terrier. Just with floppier ears and a fluffier tail.
It is really weird to me how when people find out you’re an artist they usually say something like “I can’t draw at all.” It doesn’t annoy me, it’s just strange. You never see that with other professions.
"You’re a doctor? That’s cool, man. I can’t even do a heart transplant. I have no idea how you do that."
"You’re a priest? Man I never consecrate anything. I wouldn’t even know where to start."
"You’re a juggler? Wow, when I throw a bowling pin up in the air it just falls and hurts people."
Behold! some sorta digitally painted underground kingdom-y place of some kind!
I loves me that face.