Yeah except my COs are lame
Sometimes I lack inspiration and need a creative pick me up, so I’m asking you guys to give me some, which means I’m going to draw whatever you ask me for.
crown95 said: OH DUDE! I LOVE THIS STYLE!
You’ve convinced me to go back to drawing comics full time now because I’ve finally found an art style that works!
Welp, I finally developed the courage to buy the next part of my Roxy cosplay by myself and, as a bonus, a t-shirt and pants for a Terezi cosplay as well.
Looks like buying women’s clothing isn’t that hard after all.
If my hair ever get’s that fluffly (and it can) I’m totally cosplaying as this Karkat.
Gets: Graphicsgale for pixel art, new atari games, semi-open relationship, APARTMENT IN PORTLAND
Wants: JOB IN PORTLAND, finish cosplay, attend acen in said cosplay, the ability to crossdress and be passable, film materials, improve art skills so I don’t dump on myself all the time, meet girls to try new things with
Needs: Confidence, money, JOB IN PORTLAND, manageable hair
That is all for now.
mamestuck said: oh, the aesthetics and simplicity I totally get, but might have been achievable in another program. The challenge is TOTALLY understandable and answers my question. The danger is confusing yet intriguing.
Danger of Fucking up your whole drawing by messing up just a little bit and not having layers to protect your various details.
I like that. It reminds me of how I work traditionally.