Okay, okay, I know I said I was busy with the AP classes and all, but my addiction for snooping around for art and drawing has only increased because of that! That uncontrollable urge the draw is the same irritating feeling like when you wanna scratch that one part of your back but your can't reach.
This way I'll also be able to boost up my drawing skills as well and lose at least some of the AP stresses and pressures.
Well that and I JUST GOT A PRECIOUS GOSH DARN ALBINO LLAMA THANK YOU PEOPLES OF THE INTERNET.
I didn'nt even know until today (what the hecky?!), so yeah art requests are open because of llamas, lovely.
But here are the guidlines though if you're going to request something.
-PLEASE nothing other than humanoids, my forte is not that unless chibified (that's my limit as of now).
-Extreme stuff like bdsm is a no go too, not that i don't want to draw them (I'm neutral about those things) its just that at my art level the porportions are just going to drive me crazy as such.
-Coloring may or may not be, i don't have the materials, my art class does but i can't just bring home the materials now can I?
+I WILL MOST LIKELY DO A CHIBI PLS THEY'RE JUST WONDERFUL
+a small amount of gore is okay just not rip out your heart kind of thing, more explanation on your side will have to be done.
+CUTESY STUFF PLS, i really LOVE doing those and what not, even with dark colors (probs not)
+Chbi animals are a good go, but realistic ill be awkward in my opinion.
+realistic drawings are a NO GO, they take too much time and although i am practicing i want to use my subjects first.
+Anime/manga style is ok just don't expect the men to be that hot im trying to boost up my drawing-hot-guys-without-fangirling-level.
FIN. I know Im a small time artist but hey, maybe one day i could make art for a living? *shrugs* eh.
Listening to: a song i could never sing with one voice
Reading: alot of drama i should get out of
Watching: henta-nope not doing, aint watch'n
Playing: hopefully not with my life
Eating: headache-inducing knowlege
Drinking: life's lemons