Shhh, I started to love chaotic Jazz many years ago. I'll probably love it till I die for Jazz is immortal but I'm not. And Squirrel Nut Zippers make fantastic music. Lots of it.
This is a picture from one of my sketchdumps that I decided to color.
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However if you want to share it on a site other than those listed in the "Share" option, ask me first! I don't like all sites. If you have my permission, add a link to our comments so people know my permission is real too. Alright, thank you.
Other Discords of mine:
Impact 4 stars because of that face! :3
I'm not a brony at all either. xD I only like Discord. I don't watch any other episodes.
PS: You should SO give yorself a pat on the back! )
Thank you, I'm glad you like this!
I don't really see it as "gift" though, because it's more practice than anything. Just like it's not a "gift" when someone is good enough for the olympics, they trained to get there.
Being an artist is the same, you just stick with it and try to get better, and love what you do.
It's also important that you don't compare your work with other's, you only need to compare your new work with your old. (Trust me, I would also get too discouraged if I saw my favorite artist's work and compared them with mine, haha.)
I people hate to get in other people's drama and such but, I'm in need from advice from people who have drawn longer than I had. I get so depressed with such things. I just wanna be proud of what I put onto a sheet of paper.
I'm not sure if it's any comfort, but as someone who's been drawing over ten years I can tell you I'm still struggling to really get what I have in mind down on paper too. Sometimes the images aren't clear enough in my head but I still have a "feeling" for the character. And then the journey begins where you just draw and draw until you're comfortable with the design. But even then, after max. 24 hours, your brain usually goes "You can do better than that!" and is unhappy with the art again.
Pro: This attitude gives you the will to make progress quickly.
Con: You quickly lose interest in your old art. And it makes some people give up there because they're stuck with the thought that their art is "bad".
Instead of thinking your art is bad, make it better next time! Have fun learning new things, have fun making progress. That's how I experience making art.
Another important thing is, don't rush! Instead of thinking "Man, this is gonna take 12 hours to make!" you just focus on each 5 minutes you're on. You have plenty of time to finish your artwork, there's no time-out clock or anything. There's luckily no mean idiot giving you GRADES and shit either, because you're your own judge.
I'm not a MLP fan myself, honestly. This is the first time where I'm not interested in a show but I'm nuts about one villain. :[ I love everything about Discord, and dislike everything else happening in the same episodes, haha.
I very much enjoy drawing villains. They often have more complex personalities than the good guys, which is fun to draw out in their expressions and faces.
I agree with that (even though I don't actually draw) but villains tend to be more bad-ass than heroes. So there's that too. But I can definitely see the fun you had in this one.
But what happened to the poor draggy's left horn?