I've decided to come back to dA, I miss the sense of community I'm just not getting from anywhere else and ever since CGHub died I haven't really even had a good portfolio site. I've also been getting a lot of requests for deviantart updates, which I think is because this site lets artists really connect with each other in a very smooth way. This seems good.
So I've probably lost a lot of followers in the past couple years but I wanted to let y'all know I'll be posting again. Hoping to get back to the swing of things and get back in touch with my artist friends. I need motivation to keep drawing sometimes.
Thanks for being s
This account has been dead for awhile, but I had been active on Gaia until a few months ago, when I had to deal with some harassment and I lost my account there. Sorry for any inconvenience to any of my fans there, but I will no longer be taking commissions there. So I have left deviantart and Gaia.
I am still on the internet, though. You can find me on CGHub and conceptart, as well as on my Tumblr - cupofink.com
Although I'm leaving this community, I would still greatly value staying in touch with you all, so if any of you are also in these three communities, please reach out to me, follow, befriend, etc.
Goodbye dA, and tha
I've been trying to get back to my work here, but I've noticed that my eye has changed alot since I started on my BA in Design. I wanted to finally attempt to answer the #1 question I get from my fans/friends.
Can you teach me how to draw?
The simple answer is, No. But here's the most important advice I can give any budding artist
HOW TO LEARN HOW TO DRAW
1. Sketch from life at least 5 days a week. (Aim for everyday)
This is so simple but most people don't quite start at this until they have already reached a point of maturity in their artwork. Sketch from LIFE, and do it regularly. Start a sketchbook dedicated to this and bring it every