I stumbled upon a website that allows you to blend any colors evenly no matter how opposite on the spectrum they are.
sharing the knowledge
very helpful art resource
WHERE HAS THIS BEEN ALL MY LIFE???
We all like to talk about that “Running like Naruto" phase that all dorky weaboo kids go trough, but what we don not talk enough about is the later “Sitting and eating like L" phase that all dorky weaboo teenagers go trough
My “Rebirth” piece gained like 50 notes overnight, and I’m so confused rn.
Anonymous asked: hey i like ur art but i have a question, why do you only draw and paint pretty white girls... you have soo much talent and i feel like you could do alot of good for other people w/ ur art but instead of drawing real ppl of all ages and races and genders and abilities/disabilites you draw the same pretty white girls. you know? like i said i love ur work and its way better than me but it was just an observation that struck me.i hope u dont take this the wrong way
No, I totally get what you’re saying. Unfortunately, my work right now trying to raise money for college is primarily based off of potential of profitability. Right now as a recent high school graduate artist trying to make money off of art, I don’t really have the freedom to really experiment and express what I want to do in case of turning away the market and harming my potential sales. My small town of 9,000 only really wants the pretty girls, and unfortunately, I have to abide to it. Once I get to college though, that’s definitely going to change as the environment I’m going to be in is going to be a complete 180, and I’ll finally be able to branch out and do other things. But for now, it just kind of sucks.
*passive aggressive mom dramatically putting away dishes and denying help*
when you have to go around the circle and introduce yourself to the group
20”x16” Watercolor on paper
dad... i'm... i'm gay
well, better out than in, i always say, eh? heheheheh someBODY ONCE
I wanted to start off my theme for the semester with something a topic that hits close to home with lots of people, including myself: body image and self-respect/self-image. With millions of Americans struggling with their own self-esteem and self-image, I wanted to create a piece that conveys that struggle. Here, the man, not just women, cannot stand to look at himself in the mirror, thus his reflection is turned away because he cannot stand to look at himself. His shoulders are slumped and defeated because this struggle has been going on for far too long. Years even. This piece isn’t a happy piece. It wasn’t meant to be. It’s meant to convey a message. Have a nice day everyone.