I've actually been thinking about hanging up the artistic towel lately. I don't know why but my inspirational levels have actually dropped so low that I don't think there's a way to redeem it to even the slightest bit. I really wish I did have the heart to continue my artistic pursuits but it just doesn't seem feasible. My mind has become too focused on school, homework, and what I want to do with my future that I don't even think about art as much as I used to anymore. I'm not saying I'm throwing away all my drawing material and unused sketchbooks, because you never know when you might need some handy tools, but they'll probably just be coll
Hello to the few people that just MIGHT be reading this. I don't even expect more than 3 people to read this but whatever. I've been thinking about going into making t-shirts because I DO have quite a few ideas and by means of ~Vanderdeer (https://www.deviantart.com/vanderdeer), I've discovered RedBubble, which is a website to create, share, buy, and sell t-shirt designs amongst other things (like iphone cases, sweaters, etc.).
Like I said, I already have a few designs already in mind. Maybe if you guys could pitch some ideas for a design you would like to wear or anything, that would be greatly appreciated. I'll notify you all when I open up shop or whatever and I will be con
Hi, Fbq here.
I just wanted to let you all know (for those of you that actually care) that I'm extremely busy with schoolwork and I have yet to have 5 minutes to dedicate to working on art. I have some good news though. In my school's art club, some of us are making shirts, in which I just so happen to be taking part of, and I made a nice looking design. So after the next meeting, I'll be putting the design onto a shirt and I'll upload some pics. You all can give me feedback or even let me know if you'd like to buy the shirt.
On a closing note, commissions are still open. I have one request that is still being worked on for :devjanefromstat