Please reblog to spread the knowledge of how editing is wrong and hurtful to artists all over the Internet.
Best post I have ever seen from artist-confessions.
THANK YOU OH MY GOD
someone edited a photo i took and posted it and when i asked them to at least give me credit for it they said that because it was on the internet it was no longer mine and they had every right to do it
no you really do not
Tried out that new program called FireAlpaca.
It’s pretty easy to get used to; reminds me a lot of Photoshop, and best of all, this one is free! I’ll give the link later for you guys to check out; the site isn’t working for me at the moment.
So here’s Saeda, my test subject.
One of my favorite things to do is to go through my old art and laugh at it. To see how confident I was back then in my work despite the fact it was really bland, boring, and altogether not very good. It’s also a good reminder to me that I have improved substantially. I always get discouraged and this is how I boast my morale. I drew the picture on the left in 2008. That was only four years ago. The one on the right I drew only a few weeks ago. I have certainly improved. And that always makes me think what my art will look like four years from now. What will I be able to do that I think I can’t do today?
So to all of you who feel discouraged with your art, just remember that you’re going to improve with every picture you draw. It might take a long time, but there’s an amazing artist in you that’s going to blossom overtime.
my days as an artist
sleep not included
inspired by this post
I had to edit this file like 38753 times because I forgot so many of his details. What the fuck, Benedict.
Drawn as an answer to an ask, but then I realized it looks pretty fuckin’ cool. So here.
Somewhat used this tutorial; which everyone and their mom has used so far but I wanted to try too, shut up.
Also, my apologies for inactivity, been at my ask blog a lot because I need to get out of this art block weh
/stares into the fading sun
It’s traumatizing to know when that happens.
“Hands Tutorials for Those Who Hates Drawing Them”
Original can be found on Pixiv, I just translated it. I figured it can be helpful to some.
Here’s a combined version for those who prefer one giant tutorial.
omg this is wonderful
reblogging for reference
I reblogged this so many times I finally found the translated version