I know it’s been a few months now since that Prequel update where I used one of your songs, but someone just posted this comment on the latest one. I felt like it was worth sharing:
This is what I live for. Thank you.
Some waiting time with client feedback, was going to work on commissions but one look at the list and… nope, I’ll get to it tomorrow.
Still no idea what direction I’m going with this character. She’d derived so far from the direction my wife has been going at this point. So I tried a few styles to explore.
We named her Ugi (Oo-Gee). She likes violence and cute things. She’s charismatic, fun, and is trying to make it big as a bounty hunter and hired gun.
Some context: entering this season, no woman had completed a televised course in either Japanese or American Ninja Warriors. I’d also argue that ANW’s qualifying courses are harder than any Stage 1 course on either.
This woman is a fucking badass. First woman ever to advance!
I’m not crying your crying
I have a freelance gig with a tight deadline for Airborn Studio Services, apologies for the delays on commissions. I’ll work on them in between assignments. Thank you for your patience!
I may open up the remaining slots later, after I’ve gaged my schedule and how to budget my time. But for now they are closed. I will finish the remaining slots until then. Thanks!
I do. In fact, whenever I post something on soundcloud, it’s wired directly to tumblr. Whenever I publish a song on youtube, this is the first place I post it. But my other posts outnumber my music posts, so they’re buried in there.
Digital Painting - The Danger of Painting Silhouettes (And Speed-Painting)
I see this in school a lot. Very good reminder.
Very kind words, thank you. But I do think it’s important to have the ability to be self-critical on my artistic skills. I’m not attacking my self worth, just finding places of weakness and trying to turn them into strengths. I don’t devaule myself as a person, and I know I’m an adept artist. But I can’t get better if I can’t see where I need to improve. :)
Still going at it. Things I’ve learned as I’ve assessed my weaknesses:
Time for some focused study on noses, facial proportions, and value. None of my current commissions are of people (I would really like that) but this is stuff I want to learn.