I keep seeing, over and over again, that people are suggesting to
use hairspray to fix their art from smudging. That is the ONLY THING IN
ART that crawls under my skin.
DON’T use hairspray if you value
your art at all. You are worth more than that. Don’t cheap out because
you don’t want to spend one or two more euro or dollars to get the good
stuff. Fixative isn’t that damned expensive.
Patreon news has been posted about the change in shipping dates. Also, as an added bonus, the art that I create will be given as PSP Tubes to all Patrons. Be sure to have a look if you are a tagger! Also, in the near future, I will be giving coupons for the shop and other goodies. If you would like to help support me, please consider becoming a Patron!
Handmade art always takes time. It takes skill. It takes a horrendous number of mistakes. It takes sleepless nights and years of practice.
No one wakes up one day and just says “oh, I know! I’ll become a talented artist today!” Yeah, that’s not how it works. It takes a lifetime to earn the skills. The amount of patience that’s required is more than the “average person” can spare.
First artwork in Mongolia! It took far longer than it should have. It’s a subject I am not used to, and we had no furniture, whatsoever, while I was drawing. I had to sort of slump over the kitchen island while drawing. It wasn’t the most comfortable of experiences, I can tell you that haha!
I am hoping the result of this piece sets the mood for the rest of the work to come!