I’d like to take a minute here to thank those familiar with my art for keeping an eye out for me when you browse various art sites.
It is fantastic that any instance of art theft is so quickly brought to my attention so that it can be resolved, and often the guilty party has stolen from far more than one artist, so I can source and report the whole lot of them for everyone whose work is involved.
You are all absolutely fantastic for sending me messages about stuff like this, and I love every one of you.
will we see some more mindfang+redglare sketches or pictures from you hopefully in the near future? I miss your fantastic drawings of them <3 Although I totally understand being busy!
It’s possible. I’ve been chatting with Avis about them a lot lately so I might draw them some more if a particular idea hits me.
Like I said in the last ask though, I’m trying to steer away from doing so much fanart. What I do will probably be restricted to warmups/sketches except for the couple prints I have planned for otakon, which will be proper paintings.
I appreciate people taking an interest in my stuff, even if it’s only the fanart, or specific subsections thereof, which is totally valid. But what I draw has never really been determined by what other people want, except for the few instances in which what I want to draw and what people want me to draw happily line up. Or, you know, commissions. This is part of why I don’t do requests.
Generally I just draw what I’m in the mood to draw. And if people happen to enjoy it, that’s great. If they don’t? At least I had fun with it. Unless I’m doing work-related things, I prefer to make art as much of an obligation-free experience as I can.
Sorry that got a little off topic from the ask, but I kind of get things like this a lot, asking if I plan to draw more of [thing] than I already have.
My answer for all of these asks is as follows: If the mood strikes me.
Or “How I Learned To Keep Worrying and Love Reading Fine Print”
This morning I received a very pleasant, complimentary note from a group on deviantART supporting a site called SHOPAXE, which is supposed to be something like deviantART but more professional. I was asked if I would be…