apomix:

opening a small number of commission slots! i’m sorry i keep changing what i offer, i’m trying to find styles that are quick and fun for me to draw.
important stuff
offering full body flat-colored sketches, full colored chibis, and full bodies
payment by paypal only, in USD. my paypal is elacoss@hotmail.co.uk
i’ll draw anything but hxc sex (i tend to draw mostly girls but i can draw men i promise)
I send a sketch for your approval, and then the final product. i’m of course happy to make small changes to final pieces, but any big things should be changed at the sketch stage
single characters only, sorry!
if you’re interested, email me at unicornsandstuff@hotmail.com
slots
1. open
2. open
3. open
4. open
reblogs are loved and appreciated, thank you!!

Aaaah, my Layla is a sample now! See, look, these are great. ;u;

apomix:

opening a small number of commission slots! i’m sorry i keep changing what i offer, i’m trying to find styles that are quick and fun for me to draw.

important stuff

  • offering full body flat-colored sketches, full colored chibis, and full bodies
  • payment by paypal only, in USD. my paypal is elacoss@hotmail.co.uk
  • i’ll draw anything but hxc sex (i tend to draw mostly girls but i can draw men i promise)
  • I send a sketch for your approval, and then the final product. i’m of course happy to make small changes to final pieces, but any big things should be changed at the sketch stage
  • single characters only, sorry!
  • if you’re interested, email me at unicornsandstuff@hotmail.com

slots

1. open

2. open

3. open

4. open

reblogs are loved and appreciated, thank you!!

Aaaah, my Layla is a sample now! See, look, these are great. ;u;

The Glittering. >:T

aseariel:

heysawbones:

It’s Monday and, isn’t it unbelievable how nearly every perfectly normal aspect of our daily lives is based upon thousands of years of inherited context? Think about it. But also, read this comic. If you would.

A sonnet for Bob:

What weapon will the princeling choose to wield?
A common or exotic one? Deplored
or loved by many? Will you take a shield?
A son of kings will always need a sword.

But there is more to metal than mere steel
And more to mettle than a hand can hold.
You must learn when to harm and when to heal
And when to gamble (even steel can fold).

For weapons are not only meant to bleed
And armor need not only cover skin.
Well-wielded words can arm and intercede
And knowledge is a shield that wards within.

I’m sorry, prince, so heavy weighs the crown.
Beware, for great men bear it and then drown.

Go read MO. It makes me write sonnets (…sometimes about characters we haven’t seen yet, but even so).

;u;

It’s Monday and, isn’t it unbelievable how nearly every perfectly normal aspect of our daily lives is based upon thousands of years of inherited context? Think about it. But also, read this comic. If you would.

It’s pretty touch and go, but I think I’m figuring it out.

It’s pretty touch and go, but I think I’m figuring it out.

DIS MY JAM

When I rest my eyes from drawing, I slowly trial and error my way through doll modding.

meatfart:

electricalice:

while this is mostly about facts, there are a lot of opinions in this tutorial (namely my distrust on several brands marketing strategies, and my opinion that’s better to start with cheap student quality stuff. LOTS of people disagree on that point) as well that you should take as what they are: personal opinions.

here is slightly more readable than on tumblr

this is the result of several years of research on creating a cheap but high quality palette that would help me.

other things to be aware of: pigments are generally more resistant in oil and acrylics than they are in watercolor. but there are a couple of pigments that work well in watercolor but really badly in oil.

resources
pigments through the ages
a comprehensive guide to watercolor pigments and a lot of tests on popular brands
about van gogh’s bedroom
Blue and Yellow don’t make green by Michael Wilcox

a side note, at least for acrylic in my experience, sometimes there are colors in acrylic lines like manganese? i think or say some kind of aqua…special fun kind of color. Get familiar with the pigment codes, and check these blended colors and just buy the base tubes. You can mix the fun color yourself and makes tons of variation. Some blues especially? are basically pthalo blue and pth. green and white in different ratios….so it would be a waste obvi to buy an aqua and prussian or manganese or brilliant blue with acrylic lines cause you can make all or those and more yourself. Really just buy blends if youre using that exact color for large fills or sth….some of these base colors have different shades you’d do well to be aware of too and select those based on what colors you intend to mix with.

OP mentions only buying the primaries in artist grade, but I’d recc getting the secondaries too…diox purple, some kind of pigment orange, pthalo green….it’s very difficult to mix these colors purely with primaries and they often become muddy. It’s best when you get picky to just buy the actual single pigment secondaries for vibrancy’s sake…

OH ACTUAL LEGIT SAFETY NOTE???

many pigments are actually HEAVY METALS or METAL OXIDES. Typically this will reflect in higher price, but Chromium Oxide green or Cadmium red or Cobalt blue and others are TOXIC. Don’t put them on your skin, wash after using them, and you really ought no eat while painting with them ahaha…It’s not like insta-cancer or illness if you’re in contact/using these materials, but don’t deliberately get this stuff on you!

stopitsembellished:

Tish’s and my dancing fools giving the ol’ razzle dazzle.

Dance AU is the place where everybody is friends and has a good time and nobody ever steps on anybody else’s feet, never ever.

stopitsembellished:

Tish’s and my dancing fools giving the ol’ razzle dazzle.

Dance AU is the place where everybody is friends and has a good time and nobody ever steps on anybody else’s feet, never ever.