I’ve been working off a list of randomly generated “aesthetics”. The generator is a bit of a joke, but I’ve been having fun drawing from the prompts, as have many other artists who stream.
This week on my Thursday livestream, I’ll be working on another randomly generated prompt; “Insect Lolita”. Be sure to come watch at 6 pm PST.
As always, thank you to my patrons for supporting my artwork and livestreams!
If you are interested in supporting my work, patrons at the $3+ tier view all finished drawings first and all patrons get a patrons-only feed that includes weekly WIPS!
It’s been quite a while since I’ve updated my portfolio, but it’s also been quite a while since I’ve been working on so many personal projects. A few of my works are still under non-disclosure agreements and I won’t be able to share for a while, but now that I’m drawing regularly for Patreon and livestreaming on Picarto, I have more to show!
This was the first drawing I livestreamed. Ever. It took quite a while to get back into the groove of drawing something like this, but I like how it came out. Still rusty, but still an improvement from previous works, I think.
I have more work on the way, but I will be giving early access to patrons as a thank-you for their support. If you’re interested in seeing works early, as well as weekly WIPs and private livestreams, please go check out my Patreon!
Also, as you might have seen from my other posts, I livestream every Thursday at 6pm PST on Picarto!
Continuing from last week’s theme of “swamp vintage”, I’ll be changing things up to get a better drawing out.
Also, quick update, weekly patrons-only WIP posts will be starting up on Saturdays! To see weekly WIPs posts, all you have to do is become a $1+ patron on my Patreon!
I am also working on plans to post to this blog more often, now that I’m drawing again. Updates are in the works and a new post schedule should be starting up next week.
Earlier this week, I gave livestreaming a try. Private livestreams are a reward for one of my Patreon tiers. I wasn’t expecting it to come into play for quite a while, but I already have two people at that level!
I immediately started researching and asking around about how to go about doing this. I’m still working on the details of how I plan to run a private stream, but Picarto was recommended to me by a friend (they have a paid premium account option for private channels). So, figuring I’d give it a try and see how I liked it, I started a stream the other night on the following channel:
I had so much fun that I’m planning on picking up where I left off!
The above link is where I’ll be at. I may stream at random before then on different projects, but I’ll specifically be working on the Scarf Cat WIP tomorrow.
The full drawing will be posted when it’s finished with early access for patrons at any of the $3+ tiers!
Again, that’s Thursday, July 7th from 6pm to ?? (probably like 8 or 9, but we’ll see) Pacific Standard Time! Hope to see you there!
Hello, all! It’s been a while. Life got the better of me these past few months with a lot of changes for better or… less so.
Good news is I’m planning a WIPW post and getting that all set up! More good news is that I have some new tools to use!
I’m going to try to revamp this whole account and get things rolling again. Changes may be sudden and not always the best idea, but I’m going to try to roll with it.
Also, I have a big portfolio update coming soon, so that is definitely something to look forward to!
I’ll see you all tomorrow!
Working on getting some A-pose base models to modify for character sheets!
With my laptop out of commission, I got antsy and set up my old PC. It took several hours to get it all set up and up-to-date, but it’s a good temporary fix.
I’ve been going through some personal struggles lately, so it’s been affecting my ability to pump out art. (You can read more on my personal blog.) In this anxiety-driven state, I managed to at least get some of the hair blocked out on one of my character designs. Still a WIP, but it’s getting somewhere.
See the Patreon post here.
See ArtStation project here.