i come outta the dark to host a giveaway! the lovely arteza will give the winner 60 count acrylic premium paints!
* follow arteza ( @artezaofficial ) and me ( @art.mmd )
* like arteza’s latest post and this one
* tell me in the comments why you love art
* tag two friends you think would be interested
Hello everybody! I was absent for a bit, I had a lot of boring stuff to do, work start again veeery busy😫
Anyway in the little free time I have I'm partecipating a dtiys challenge! The subject is absolutely lovely! 😍 I can't wait to finish it, I really hope to finish for the week end 😩
I'm also finally trying my new colors from @artezaofficial, I'm absolutely enchanted with the variety of colors! 😍
Today I found out about that #4styles challenge and wanted to join it! Following @martina_hoffmann‘s example I’m showing even 8 different styles here 😬 Here’re image made in Procreate with tons of texture, vector illustration for a cryptocurrency service, linework map, wax pastel street sketch, black and white fanart drawing, floral pattern, pixel game art and voxel art experiment.
I could probably add even more. My Instagram is quite a mess with all those different illustration styles, not to say about other design work. That’s definitely not the best tactics to gain lots of followers and fame, because people want consistency, they need to know what to expect from the one they follow. If they follow you because of cute digital cats illos and then you start posting watercolor landscapes — goodbye. But that’s not how the real life works. Usually you have different commissions and they require different approaches, plus you have your own interests and desire to experiment with different styles and medium. So.. Either create several different accounts or post only specific stuff 🤷♀️
But I want to believe that all those different things I do have something in common, they somehow share my individuality and experience. Anyway, all these are parts of my illustrator’s path I want to share and watch the progress. I wonder where it takes me..
Oh no, so much text, am I a blogger now? Sorry
Artist Trading Cards - Traditional Ink Drawings (2.5 x 3.5)
These cards were not put up at Boba, and instead put into circulation as Artist Trading Cards. The last card(last slide; themed pumpkin patch) was done at the PFLAG of Wesley Chapel ATC event on September 20th.