So it's pretty clear that I don't use dA much these days, even though I've improved in my drawing exponentially since I last posted! However, if you'd like to keep up with my creative endeavours in filmmaking, videography and writing, head on over to my Facebook page! There you'll be treated to frequent uploads of the short videos I shoot and edit, as well as updates on the documentary on Parkour that I directed&edited and the urban fantasy action/adventure novel that I published recently. Hope to see some of you guys there soon :)
using an art blog as an art blog for once by Li-Bai, journal
using an art blog as an art blog for once
I guess I don't upload as much art as I used to, but I do actually draw heaps still. So, here's a little "progress" post!
Recently my most-used medium has changed quite a bit. I've swapped out using big Bockingford A4 sketchbooks in favour of - wait for it - Smiggle sketch notebooks. Ahaha. I've got about two filled up atm (sort of - I've ripped out a lot of pages hurr durr) and working my way through another now. Even though the paper isn't special acid-free art paper or what have you, I particularly like how thick the pages are. The thickness helps in that when I'm drawing, even if I go over the line a million times it doesn't
[This joke deserves to be shared. Kudos to Mischievious Moogle of Fanfiction.net.]
A police officer spied a car puttering along at 22 MPH. So he turned on his lights and pulled the driver over. Approaching the car, he noticed that two guys were inside (Cloud and Sephiroth), and they looked wide-eyed and terribly pale.
The driver, Zack, told him, "Officer, I don't understand, I was doing exactly the speed limit! What seems to be the problem?"
"Sir," the officer replies, "You weren't speeding, but driving slower than the speed limit can also be dangerous."
"I beg to differ, Officer, I was doing the speed limit exactly: twenty-two miles an h