sorry for the random post, but this is something i've wanted to share for some time this is a "tutorial / technique share / W.I.P. madness" (not sure what to call it XD LOL ) made up of photos i took as i worked on my piece "Passio" some parts were VERY experimental for me so i wanted to take photographic notes :3 and here they are! i hope you'll enjoy this little post of mine and be patient with me while i finish up some more pieces to share!
i hope you'll enjoy this piece, my dears! speak to you soon! _____________________________________________
Some of you might recognize them from these pieces:
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cool! awwww hehe, these photos are amazing! I just still couldnt tell what it was you were doing the photo on. But i have to say I'm so stunned at your talent! Ive been trying to teach myself to do art like that, but its taking forever haha. ^_^
my goodness, thank you again for your kindness Please don't be so hard on yourself and simply allow yourself to work towards your goals joyfully! Remember that you're creating for your love of art We all want to be better than we presently are but we should enjoy where we are and enjoy the journey towards becoming better artists too!
aaaaw it was my pleasure! Artists tend to forget that half the fun is learning and discovering new techniques and skills <3 We shouldn't dwell on what we can't do and just have fun as we get better!
P.S. Aren't the little faces so cute?! LOL If you want to learn to use them, here's what you do: 1. click the "reply" button when you're going to answer a comment 2. search below the white box (content box) where you'll type in 3. under the content box, on the lower left corner you'll see the word "Emoticons". Click on that and a chart will show up showing you what to type to make a little smiley show up!
double checking something, what part do you use copic markers and when does the paint comes in? Just wondering since I'm gonna be doing a Mad Tea Party idea I got from my sis [me as the mad hatter and her as the march hare] and I thought I try making it the way you do with your artworks. I know that everyone have their own style but I was just curious of how to get the marker and paint to work together...