Posted 1 day ago

I SAW GOTG FINALLY. I was scared I wouldn’t like it because of over hype, but like The Lego Movie, it went beyond my expectations!!! Such a good movie!!!!

And I had to draw Groot. It wasn’t my decision to draw Groot. My mom is now VERY MUCH obsessed with Groot and I should have seen it coming a mile away. She is very passionate about trees. And gentle giants. And protective, super-strength characters. And Groot.

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Posted 1 day ago
I'd say the most noticeable thing about your art is that it's got a really sketchy, almost jagged sort of look? That and really kinetic, expressive faces. It's really cool and memorable
magic-murder-bag asked

I don’t think I’ve ever drawn anything “clean” in my life, everytime I try it gets wayyyy outta control :V but i guess the upside i’m seeing is that it gives a sense of motion i guess??? i hope i can balance clean and expressive in the future„ there’s always room for improvement, for everyone

Posted 1 day ago
the most noticeable thing abt your art style is definitely the facial expressions, uhm probably the thick/ kinda messy lineart & like how you make these characters look like your own but still really look like the character you're supposed to be drawing? idk I really love your art tho omg
dustpanfairytale asked

I’ve always worried that I over-stylized someone or didn’t pick up the “right” features, so it’s a relief to hear that :D

I am working on having CLEANER line work, but sketchy, thick lines are too fun to stop drawing them altogether :V

Posted 1 day ago

teamhellnope:

This one’s for brainbubblegum since I know she loves Golurk. Tried to come up with my own workable set for it.

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Posted 1 day ago
For me, probably the most noticeable thing is the content/themes you choose to show thru your art. They way you draw your characters is as funny as the jokes you are telling: the faces and gesture the characters make. I think they work well in tandem. My brother was pissed because I could not speak to him for like an hour because I was laughing about that Bill Nye comic so hard. Also, never stop drawing Hermann's eyelashes. They are the most important gift that the universe has provided us.
darow3n asked

Idk, man, tubby siberian cats are kind of a big deal in our universe 6v6

but thanks for your comments! I’m glad to hear that my gesture poses hold up to the faces :V

and I’m glad to hear how much you enjoyed that comic, it’s kinda satisfying knowing I can draw things that make people laugh as much as I like making them :y

Posted 1 day ago
  1. kid: dad whats a 69
  2. dad: well son, a 69 is when two people who love each other very much get together with a 6 and a 9 and a 5 6 7 8 [spotlight turns on] [dad breaks into jazz number]
Posted 2 days ago

dimedog:

look at this fucked up bird

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what the fuck

Posted 2 days ago
Why do you give him eyelashes anyway? But for whatever reason you do that I think that its hilarious and wonderful
Anonymous asked

I’m not adding random features on characters, I mean

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They’re thick enough to cast shadows

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and they compliment facial expressions and contour his face enough to look like an irl cartoon

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^ARE YOU SEEING THIS.

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Posted 2 days ago
Your lineart is the most noticeable thing. It's messy-ish, but in an artistic and really cool way.
ahbonjour asked

I’m trying to make my linework smoother, but i’m glad the process is easy to look at :V

thanks!

Posted 2 days ago
The thing that lets me know that it's your art is definitely Hermann's eyelashes. Idk. I love Hermann's eyelashes in your comics. And his facial expressions.
Anonymous asked

Glad you enjoy the Spongemann Squarelieb lashes :V

i explained my fixation with faces so here’s another c&h comic

Posted 2 days ago

hahaha thanks :D sometimes I think I give them too much attention, tho :O or at least,  more than I give the shapes and poses in general 

I’ve always seen them as the most important part of a piece of art, tho, it’s the best window to the emotion the artist intended. Plus, Calvin & Hobbes was babby’s first reading material, I’m sure that had something to do with my fixation, I mean

Look at this. I remember struggling to breathe reading this. Faces are everything to me :y

Posted 2 days ago

what is the most noticeable thing of my art style?

accursedasche:

Explain?

Posted 2 days ago

you’ve always been a pain in the ass

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Posted 4 days ago

JUST IN: Amnesty International just announced they’ve sent human rights team to #Ferguson; First time they’ve done that in the US.

thepoliticalfreakshow:

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