i’m trying to finish up the bulk of my senior art thesis tonight and i plan to reward myself afterwards with drawing some nice sterek and/or sciles… any requests/something you’ve been dying to see? ;)
just think about allison and lydia in bed together late at night, with cool summer air coming in through the window, with their warm hands all over each other, yeah? yeah.
do you sell any of your Teen Wolf fan art prints? I would luuuuurve me some of that :))
i’m workin’ on it :)) when i have them available i’m gonna post about it here, so keep an eye!
Huge fan of your WTNV secret police and hooded figures! I was checking out your blog, you really do some amazing work!(:
aw gee, thanks! :D
lydia’s face is so hard to draw (i think it’s just cuz she’s just too perfect i can’t do it)
an old pencil drawing of stiles and derek in wolf form - if i can find where i put it, i think l would like to sell the original, would anyone be potentially interested?
can i just say,
i’ve been having a rough time with trying to finish my last semester of art school and you guys constantly lift my spirit with your kind words and support and i am so grateful for that <3 thank you all so much
Any tips for illustrators? and drawing people like you do?
you should check out the last ask i answered, it seems very relevant! :)
do you have any tips on creating your own art style? i see other peoples work and get inspiration but i want my /own/ style of drawing and i can't seem to get it down
i wish i could give you a quick n’ easy answer to this, but i honestly just think it’s something that comes with time. i’ve been making art since i was little and have been nurturing and developing my illustrative style for probably seven or eight years now. i guess when i was first starting out, i began by constantly taking in art and looking at the work all kinds of illustrators, graphic artists, etc. to “educate” myself better. you can definitely draw inspiration, but don’t draw too heavily, because then it won’t ever be/feel like “yours”, ja feel?
it’s also great to draw inspiration from not just art but your other interests as well (do you like religion? cool! maybe look at some religious icons. a fan of tattoos? google that ish! obsessed with scientific journals? study some cool diagrams and sketches from ‘em.) i personally love reading myths and fables and etc. so a lot of my original art is inspired by ideas from those. the beautiful thing about living in the world today is that we have the internet, which is a boundless resource for information and inspiration! take advantage of it! read about things that interest you! go on mini research quests!
it took me a while to find a way of drawing that felt natural and inherently mine, but once i did, it just kept growing. the moment i stopped trying really hard to find a “style” is the moment that i was able to let loose and just see what i genuinely gravitated towards without forcing or rushing anything.
art is incredibly personal, therefore art styles are innately personal as well. i don’t think an art style (or art in general, really) is something you can force at all, you just have to be constantly making art that you like to make :) it sounds silly of me, but you kind of have to just go with the flow. eventually you’ll do something that just seems like second nature to your fingertips — you’ll just know it when it happens! the most important thing is to just keep creating!!!
(sorry if this has been all over the place, i’ve been awake for 33 hours and my thoughts are a little messy! hopefully it’s some help!)