Heya! I've been following your art and your comic for sometime now, even before the atrocity known as Eclipse was forced upon us. The first time I saw your art was when I saw a page from your ongoing comic, "Golden Shrike." Honestly, I'm not that big of a reader when it comes to original comics (especially web comics). However, the art and the fact the story focuses on deer (one of my favorite animals) caught my interest. So I read all the pages that were up at the time and I fell in love with it!
I also love how you draw facial expressions (especially angry ones). My favorite character would have to been Nero because of his design, personality, and I find him to be sorta relatable. Also, I like characters who can be douche bags. But yeah, I've been following your work ever since.
Honestly, you are a big inspiration to me, especially when it comes to art. You are one of the artists who inspire me to keep drawing and improving my art. I hope one day I will be able to get myself a Patreon so I can support you. But even then, I'd like to generously donate more than that. Seriously, you deserve it for your hard work.
I am very shy when it comes to artists I like (especially those that are big inspirations to me), so I'm sorry if any of this sounds weird. In all seriousness, I can't wait to see where Golden Shrike goes next! And even after the story ends, I will still keep following you for your art and I can't wait to see any future projects! And that is all the things I want to say (sorry for making this comment too long), I hope you have a very nice day/night!
This was such a nice message to wake up to! I'm happy to hear GS has managed to pick your interest, and I hope you're inspired to follow the story wherever it leads from here. I'm humbled to hear I could inspire you, too. Keep on doing what you do, thank you for taking the time to write to me!
your work is really cool, are there any tips for aspiring artist on how you study anatomy and art and animation in general thank you
Thank you! I'm no good with tips so it's just the basic stuff most artist will give you: reference a lot from real photos, watch videos to see how things work to get an understanding that you can use in your original pieces. Check tutorials, test programs and tools. Sometimes a change from normal is just what you need to grow more as an artist.