Honestly, you think those big poofy things in the sky would be easy to draw, but nope, not for me. I don’t do a lot of backgrounds in my work, and if I do it ends up being an amorphous mess, so I go back and painstakingly clean things up and add details.
I’m going to try a new feature on this site dedicated to the artists that inspire me. Â I like to study my favourite artists’ works, and what it is that makes it appealing to me. I’ll stop short of fangirling and saying I want to draw exactly like these people, but I know I can improve by being inspired.
Once upon a time, there was a silly, black kitten playing with her sister in a Petsmart adoption center. I had come by just by chance, hoping that I’d find the girl I was going to adopt. Â I had traveled miles, gotten lost in strange cities, just to find the right one. Â And here she was.
I’m generally a self-deprecating artist. Â When I’m done something, I look at my work for hours, trying to decide if I actually like it, and for ways to improve. I stop looking at it (like, to go to sleep), then upload it to the cloud and look at it some more on my phone, on the way to work, at […]