Haunting, beautiful... just in time for Halloween.
I really love your artsyle and the fact that you post it daily is amazing. How do you keep the inspiration and energy going?
thank you ^^. and to answer your question: I browse through a lot of great works in insta and here, then I get demotivated a lot, thinking meh I can never be as good as them, what's the point? then minutes of sulking, demotivation, and self-pity I just start to do draw stuff or usually study random stuff. sometimes they are uploadable, sometimes not... this is literally my everyday routine after work.
no wayyy for me, you are those people that you mentioned I understand completely what you feel. I think lots of artists or so called artists feel self pity more than proud of their own art. You're an inspiration and I strive to get better by following my watch (you're on it). I hope I can totally devote the short time that I have after work for it until it became a habit. Thanks for taking the time to reply! Keep on uploading you've no idea how many Deviants are inspired by your works
thanks so much for the kind words. I am seeing that you are practicing too and also, you are getting better very fast. I hope you find more free time ^^
Aww thank you for your well wishes. I have so much more to learn to be as good as you I have a question tho, I wonder if you are Japanese? Because of your name xD
you are welcome ^^ .. actually, i am Indian. I am kinda obsessed with maromi (from paranoia agent). and I love Satoshi Kon. So the name is kinda like an alias, but i prefer this than my own name
Ohhh that's so cool. thanks for answering a rather personal question! I hope you dont mind me intruding 😅 speaking about alias, I cant for the life of me think of any alias for myself and Im amazed how people can come up with all these good sounding names lol
So so so gorgeous! What program do u use?
This picture reminds me of bass nectars song butterfly! This is hauntingly gorgeous!💕
Very, very well done. I love how the colors are almost "hidden" in the dark... until we look closer and they're all there. Brilliant work.