I probably shouldn't be posting this when I'm dog tired and about to go to bed, but whatever.
Thanks to everyone who's still watching me, even though I've barely posted all year. The reason I've been on hiatus is that I lost all confidence in my art. I still haven't gotten it back. Truth is, I've been unhappy with my art for years. And no matter how much I practice or how many tutorials I read I can't seem to improve.
One thing I am happy with though, is sewing. I recently made Christmas presents for all my family members, and the ones where I got to sew were the most fun. So my account is probably going to take a turn from drawings into cr
I'm still working on things for my Etsy, testing out sewing patterns and sketching designs. Which leads me to my question! On a sticker/keychain, do you prefer a white border or black border? Here's an example:
I've always done black borders, because I have this weirdly intense dislike of white outlined stickers. Seriously, even as a child I would take a pair of scissors to any sticker I got with a white border. I have no idea why I despise white outlines, but it subconsciously worked into my artwork and I made anything I was going to cut out have a thick black border.
Obviously other people don't share my weird bias, so I thought I'd see