I feel that every now and then I have to remind my followers that I am not strictly a “Insert whatever it is i’m into right at this moment” artist. My likes and styles change. I am allowed to draw everything that makes me happy and I’m also allowed to stop drawing what no longer inspires me. So if you follow me for one specific thing don’t be surprised or disappointed when the time comes when I no longer wish to draw it.
IF YOURE EVER SCARED TO TALK TO ME DONT BE BECAUSE ODDS ARE THAT IF YOU MESSAGE ME ILL SQUEAL LIKE A LITTLE GIRL AND TAKE 10 MINUTES TO DECIDE THE BEST POSSIBLE THING TO SAY TO YOU BECAUSE YOURE AWESOME AND I LOVE YOU
how long did it take you to develop your style? im struggling myself and am curious.
It might sound weird, but If you’re struggling it’s a good thing.
If you’re not happy with your work it means you have High standards, great expectation for yourself and a critical eye. These are great motivators for improvement. You should dread the day you look at your work and think it’s perfect and doesn’t need changing. That’s the day you’ll stop pushing yourself to work harder and inevitably stop getting better.
A style change or inconstancy in your art means you’ve found a more preferable way of drawing something, so don’t fight it! It’s all about growth and development. I hope my style continues to change and evolve, I refuse to believe this is the best I can do. My style is hopefully nowhere near done developing.
Try every style! Every medium~! You don’t have to keep them but you might find something cool you want to infuse with your current style. Style is nothing to stress over, focus on making stuff look cool/creepy/pretty/whatever you’re into and having fun!
I’ve really been wanting to make a type of model sheet for Ralph because I want to figure out how his anatomy would work and I think I’ve got a general idea down. I really want to focus on muscle movement and development on him and so far it’s been kinda fun. So hopefully ya’ll like it.