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4.94 / 5.00

Date
07/02/2011
Category
Illustration
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906 x 1376 px
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Tags
different
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Author Comments

It's sketchy and experimental, I'll admit. But probably not the most conceptual piece you've ever seen. In fact you've probably seen deeper. I know some of you will say its weird or stupid, but honestly I don't really care. It isn't the best but alas lately my portfolio is lacking in content. I threw a lot of garbage out and now I have a lot of pressure to start pumping out more pieces to fill my portfolio, which will probably be detrimental to the quality of such pieces.... I hate pressure, it saps out inspiration and meaning. Thats probably why lately I can't draw anything good. My brain is like "NOOOOOOO! STOP", it can only function under true inspiration. Its like I've installed a firewall of some sort xD
So this was done on recycled paper in a hand made sketchbook. Thats why it has that texture so no textures were added via photoshop. Hopefully it adds something interesting to the illustration.

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cy1cy1

Rated 5 / 5 stars Apr 23, 2012

It's not weird or stupid. I think it's a beautiful piece. You're being too hard on yourself. Don't worry about what "you think others will think". Even if someone gives some harsh criticism, take it with a grain of salt. Just having fun doing it!

Try not to be a perfectionist, and post some more of your pieces. I've seen your deviantArt site, and I think you should share some of those pieces here on Newgrounds as well.



StellarNimStellarNim

Rated 5 / 5 stars Apr 22, 2012

Drawing is usually the only freedom artist' have left