nice! i've seen your gallery and i think your arts aren't just bout 'nostalgia' or 'child story style'. the way you draw and paint clearly reveals your passion and feeling. it feels to me like every pictures you've painted are honest keep up!
Thanks a lot! I'm very happy to see your comment! ^^
This encourage me to make new artworks and, maybe, an iconset (I started to make my own handmade iconset with colorpencils some months ago... Maybe I will release my "Lemonade at Work" iconset soon... Good idea?)...
Hmm... I will take my colorpencils, a sheet, listening musics on my iPod for more ideas, reading your tutorials and your technique, and let's go for a new artwork!
Your tutorials are so amazing! I think this tutorial will help me for my next artworks... My drawing technique is very ugly (I don't have watercolors, so, I use only standard colorpencils and, some modifications with Photoshop...), but, your work inspire me so much for creating new art! Thanks a lot for sharing your techniques! Hmm... Maybe I will try to make a funny character based on this tutorial for my next artwork... Good idea?
So, keep up this very, oh! very amazing work! I love your gallery so much! You are the most greatest artist I've never seen on the Internet! ^-^
this totally helped me a LOT. i was trying to draw cartoon people, and i was having a really hard time deciding what they were going to look like. when i read "pick the most outstanding part" i knew that i had to essentially plan what i wanted to make that person look like. thank you so much!
What colors do you use? I saw you nostalgia tut, so I know you use color pencils for the outline, but I would really appreciate it if you could tell me what you use to color in the art? I'm a beginner and I love your work and how the colors come out smokey, yet gentle.
Haha, I didn't think I could bear with the precise measuring and scaled drawings but I think I like it. The fact that everything needs a reason. Or else it will be even more subjective and abstract and I probably can't handle that either.
That said, we do sometimes feel like we're going to die, every few weeks, in fact.
I think what you said about not worrying, just do it, don't hesitate really struck me. I'm an Architecture student, I don't really draw for fun (although I'd love to. It's just not a priority, I guess), but the same advice seems to apply for me too...