I realized something watching TV recently -ok yes that was "France's Got Talent"-.
When you see an athlete, a contortionist, a dancer or any "physical" performer on TV saying they have to train about 6-8 hours or more a day, everybody thinks it's normal because that's the way to real talent and success.
But people don't understand that it's exactly the same when you draw, that it can take hours and hours a day to try and maintain a good level. Drawing all day is not "just for fun", it's a goddamn work of practice.
J'ai été taguée par ~medi94 (https://www.deviantart.com/medi94), donc voilà ! ^^
Les règles sont les suivantes:
1.Tu dois poster ces règles. -C'est fait !-
2.Chaque personne doit dire 15 choses à propos d'elles dans leur journal. -Ok, d'accord...-
3.Répondre aux questions que la personne qui t'a tagué t'a posées, et créer 11 nouvelles questions pour les personnes que tu tagues.
4.Tu dois choisir 11 personnes à taguer et poster leur icône dans ton journal.
5.Vas sur leur page et dis-leur que tu les as tagué.
6.Pas de tags en retour.
7.Pas de phrase dans la section tag du genre "tu es tagué si
Hello everypony ! :)
I've been asked this a few times and thought it was about time to make a proper journal for my commissions infos on DeviantArt. If you've known me on Yaoi Gallery or Furaffinity, these are exactly the same !
Commissions status : OPEN
> I can draw any character including humans...
or other creatures.
But I'm also ok with landscapes, still life or pictures without characters if this is what you want. Fanarts and original characters are more than welcome.
> Simple backgrounds ~one color~ are provided if you don't mention anything else.
First I'm really really sorry if you read this in various places but as artists you'll understand my frustration and I just had to scream, not to blast someone's face in real life.
Yesterday I traveled to my parent's house, to spend holidays. When I arrived I realized a tin of yellow ink had opened in my bag and basically... my brand new sketchbook is fucked up, which means I don't have anything to draw on for the moment and you know how good sketchbooks are hard to find, I'm gonna have to wait and order some on internet. My watercolor sheets are fucked up too. Oh, and of course, nearly all of my most recent original pieces are dead.