Hi, dear watchers.
As you know I'm not active on this site anymore. I'm not even sure if you're still around, but here's a message for you.
I've been here for 9 years already, and I must say I'll never regret joining. I met great people, I got inspired and pumped up to keep on drawing, I rediscovered that I loved to draw thanks to this site and its users. I also discovered my love for digital illustration.
However I must say this is a Good Bye, I'll leave this account open but I'll be no longer posting anything anymore. Thanks so much for all your support and interest all these years, you have no idea how much that means to me. I'll be drop
Earlier I read about Robin Williams death and that it was most likely a suicide, apparently he was suffering from severe depression. I'm sad about this. I could never call myself a fan of his, but all I can say is that I can remember how nice his movies made me feel. His movies had this optimistic touch and like a buddy of mine said: "No matter how f*cked up life can get, there's always something good somewhere, you just need to look." and I totally agree. And I got so concerned because I've been going through depression myself. And it's something very hard to explain.
I can't believe this because the image I had of him: Someone happy, optim
I hope you are all okay! I have not forgotten your pet portraits. ;)
Today I watched How to train your dragon 2. I love the first movie so much. Here's my rant, spoiler free...copy paste from my tumblr.
I didn’t like HTTYD2. I was really disappointed. I expected much much more. I think the movie was excesively cheesy…corny. I don’t know, people…
I think they kind of tried to put so much content into that movie and ended up being a bad salad. I didn’t like how the music was used, I wasn’t touched by the story, I feel they tried too hard. It was kind of like a bad joke in my opin