Thanks! No stalkable fb page, but there is my rather uninteresting life on twitter.
dude shut up
I’m kidding. I’ve been drawing for as long as I can remember. Some people start early, and some just do it later. As long as you’re interested, nobody should quit just because they didn’t get an early start. Everyone gets better over time naturally, and one can boost this with more practicing!
Try not to be discouraged, because one day you’ll look back at your old drawings, and you’ll be like, “LOL.”
Hope this helps.
10x14 inch linocut prints! School has been super busy, but I will try not to be so dead on this blog. P.S. I love burgers.
Of course. I either, a) leave it there or b) find ways to mesh/cover it. I promise the majority of my sketchbooks are really messy.
I’m attending art school at Parsons currently. That counts for art lessons sorta, right?
I still feel like I’m trying to develop a style, especially when it comes to illustrations alone. Maybe other people see differently, but I can’t tell my style yet. Sorry this doesn’t really answer your question, but I hope to find out myself!
I’m going to assume you’re talking about my sketchbook stuffs.
Weapons of choice:
- Pilot Precise V5 Extra Fine Pen
- Pentel Color Brush Pen (I have two so I can have wet and/or dry lines)
- Faber-Castell PITT Artist Pen (Marker?) (stolen from Iain)
I switch to these occasionally:
- Staedtler 1.6mm Maxum pen
- BIC round stic Grip fine pen
I’ve been using the Moleskine Cahier series for the longest time. I mainly keep using them because I want to keep consistency in my sketchbooks (on my 34th one at the moment! Yay!)
I’ve never really thought about what influences me… I’d have to say at some point in high school, I stumbled upon James Jean’s sketchbook work and was totally amazed. There’s too many artists/designers who inspire me now.
I hope this helps!