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Hey! You responded to something I posted on /ic/ awhile ago, and it was some great critique that really kept me going. I've been feeling really inspired lately; enough to start up an account here and start a sketchbook page. I'd really appreciate if you could stop by every once in awhile and let me know what you think
Its not the best art but it would mean alot to me if you stopped by every once in awhile to offer some suggestions/critique.
Hey, cheers for replying on my questions, i shall respond on there soon
regarding the university of bolton course, it all depends on what you want to do really, if you want to purely do 2D art work, then i would avoid it. If you want to do 3D artwork then it would be great! The lectures are cool, the course is pretty good and the facilities are pretty good, but it is very centered around the 3D side of things.
if you want to know more just ask
Do you do most of your work on the ipad?
momo here, :3
thanks for your advice on the tablet, i'm just afraid, that i had a very bad experience with a low budget graphic tablet once, it was very weird to use, was trembling / shaking and never reproduced the level of my paper drawings... i guess wacom is a professionnal choice so it may be better than my previous experience ! Any advice on how to get used to that kind of tool easier ?
Why hello there
hi, thanks for commenting my art. Painting digitally is a lot harder than i expected and implementing colour and tones from imagination seems like an impossible task. I would appreciate your help.