- 1: Take a picture of your workspace.
- 2: Show your pencil case and what's inside.
- 3: Show a thing you last drew, no matter how small or a "doodle" it is.
- 4: Lineart or coloring?
- 5: Who/what inspires you?
- 6: Draw a same pic with your dominant and non-dominant hand.
- 7: Do you have any OCs?
- 8: Do you listen to music when you draw? Favorites?
- 9: Favorite thing to draw?
- 10: Least favorite thing to draw?
- 11: Draw a pic of yourself like how you look just now.
- 12. Any weird artist behavior you admit doing?
Really liked this session but it took all the effort not to dribble snot and sneeze all over the pages.
OC Meme stuff!
I’m opening commissions!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested!
- Payment with USD and Paypal only (same email as provided)
- Payment must be provided prior to the commission
- No highly explicit content (NSFW, Violence). Some is acceptable (guro, nudity) but it depends. Please provide details if you are interested.
- If the commission is overly complicated prices can change. This will be covered in correspondence.
- Sizes will be around 5x7 - 8.5x11 at 300 ppi. If you are interested in a larger size please specify.
- Images in .png unless otherwise specified
- Simple backgrounds only
Feel free to communicate in detail about what you want drawn! This includes styles, poses, staging, etc. I want to give you work that you are satisfied with.
If you have any additional inquiries, feel free to contact me through my email, or shoot me an ask. Signal boosting would be extremely helpful!
Thanks so much!
Doodling is a great start! It’s so important to have a sketchbook. I didn’t realize this until I started keeping one regularly. Especially if you carry one around with you, you can always find pockets of time to draw and a place to jot down visual notes through life drawing, which will help you improve faster and obtain more ideas.
Originality starts with the culmination of a vast library of knowledge and influences. The more you go out and see information, whether that be through drawing your surroundings, learning from books and other resources, studying the work of your favorite artists online, or even in the non-artistic knowledge you accumulate.
Really, sitting in front of a blank paper and forcing yourself to make an original finished piece won’t work well. This is because you’re focusing on the product instead of your vision. Kind of like you’re focusing too much on the end instead of the process.
You can give yourself projects if you want to focus on something, but give yourself limits, because creativity operates better when you have restrictions, interestingly enough. Read some interesting stories, watch some great movies, try to make characters that build upon some concepts you find interesting. Again, the more knowledge you consume the bigger the potential for ideation.
Good luck. Don’t worry too much about end results like if you’ll have original artwork, if you’ll have a nice style, or if you’ll make good quality work. Just Draw.
Had fun today
I think you should ask an actual person who is going to Calarts or someone from the admissions dept @ Calarts because although financial stuff is important I’m more concerned at this point about actually getting into the school before I worry about expenses…sorry U_U
KISSES U …UR TOO KInD..
Damn son you’re getting in there
//WHIRRING CLICKING NOISES
(y’all got this friends >vO)
this is unacceptable behavior go to ur room
WHATCHU GONNA DO ABOUT IT PUNK. IM A
young ADULT NOW SEE THAT I DO WHAT I WANT
>://U NO YOUUU
*LOUD INCESSANT DISGUSTING CACKLING*
Well here’s The List of people applying on AB. Many of them have blogs.
Here are some cool ppl off the top of my head YES
GAH they’re so good they make me so mad i could hug them all and hurl them at calarts like a burning ball of passion HMMMHMM OvO