So, I’m kinda horrible at Tumblr. As such, when I see folks adding kind comments and tags to my stuff, I sort of like, curse my inability to use this site properly, and think to myself, how can I express my thanks?!? How can I let them know that that’s really cool, for them to take time out of their day and like my silly artwork? (without spamming dashboards, you know?) I figured a thank-you note would be a good start, yeah?
And uh…just know that I see the comments, I flail a little when I read ‘em, and get a goofy grin on my face, because I really appreciate ‘em. Wish I could respond to ‘em all. So, um, thank you. You’re all pretty cool. *Thumbs up*
akitabread asked: 1, 3, 9, 10, 11 and 15!
1 and 15 answered here.
3: Show a thing you last drew, no matter how small or a “doodle” it is.
9: Do you have any OCs?
Yep. Way too many to go into any sort of detail (such is the way when you co-create a webcomic about superheroes) but lately, I’ve sorta been working on these two:
10: Draw a gijinka of your blog.
My blog is me. I am my blog. *Cue Jedi mind trick fingers*
(Or maybe…just too lazy to draw a humanized blog. XD )
11: Do you listen to music when you draw? Favorites?
I do! Hard to pick a favorite…anything by Bastille, I guess. (“Laughter Lines” probably.)
counterpunches asked: 1, 4, 15!
1: Take a picture of your workspace.
Clearly, I am a professional.
4: Lineart or coloring?
Coloring all the waaaaaay. Lineart stresses me out.
15. Any weird artist behaviour you admit doing?
Hmmm…I don’t think so. I’m pretty boring like that. Oh, no, wait. I just thought of something: I wear gloves when I work with charcoal, Conté crayon, pastels, any sort of chalk-like material, because I don’t like the way it feels. I mean, maybe that’s not weird? But I certainly got a few people giving me weird looks in my figure drawing class…so, I assume it’s a little odd.