Anime North was truly incredible! Thanks to everyone who stopped by my table, I had so much fun meeting everyone and all of your compliments truly meant the world to me - I felt like a broken record saying “thank you” over and over, but I honestly meant it every single time. I was so happy seeing people walk past my table and smile or laugh when they saw my drawings, I’m so glad everyone liked them and the things I make with them. It really means so much that you guys would spend your money on the things that I make, so thank you thank you thank you!! I made some amazing memories that I will never forget and I’m so grateful for everyone who helped make this weekend amazing for me! I love you guyssss~
I hope I’ll see you all next year, and maybe at some little cons inbetween!
Artist trading cards are 2.5”x3.5” collectible, original art works designed to create a network of artists! Artists trade cards, and gain new contacts and get a piece of original work at the same time. Sounds like a cool idea, right? Since there are so many talented people on Tumblr, I thought it…
Click through for information on how to sign up! ♡
Would anyone be interested? I know I follow a lot of artsy tumblrs - if you’d be interested in doing this, let me know! It would be fun to get a lot of people in on one, since tumblr has so many talented people… :3
I’m putting up another draw today. I just wanted to make a post before doing this to tell you guys that I’m disabling my tumblr ask while the draw is going on, because I feel bad about flooding your dashes with questions like I ended up doing last time. :( So if you have any questions, feel free to ask me on my formspring or my personal tumblr ask box! x
A lot of people have asked me about the supplies that I use! I just answered on formspring:
I use Sakura Micron pens in various thicknesses, Prismacolour markers, and random white pencil crayons to highlight - I usually use Prismacolour pencils as well but they’re at my parents house so right now I’ve been using crayola! I want to try Copic markers but they’re really expensive…
For my digital work, I use a Wacom Bamboo Fun tablet and Adobe Photoshop CS.
Some people have also asked me how I colour and I can’t really explain that in text so if you guys are interested I could make a video or something? Let me know if you think that would be helpful… you could also try looking up marker tutorials on DeviantArt, I know there are a lot because that’s how I learned!
I hope that helps. <3
I’m drawing Togepi right now, it’ll be up in a few!