Check out my very first time-lapse video ☺️
Hi guys, it’s been a while, huh? I’ve been busy with work (duh, who isn’t?) but also trying to get myself to work more on making something everyday that is non-work-related. I’m sure it’s no surprise to anyone that making a new, good habit can be exhausting. At least making art is something that I WANT to do, rather than something that doesn’t come as naturally to me (like exercising regularly).
One of the steps I’m taking to keep myself motivated is to watch YouTube videos of other artists making art and talking about their process. It’s so relaxing…unintentional ASMR. My goals for this year include learning to record my own process videos. By next year I hope to be confident to have a Patreon page and be able to offer some sort of weekly content for supporters.
So how am I working on this? Treating myself to expensive markers, of course 😁
I still have about 50 or so Prismacolor and Tria markers that I acquired in high school. Surprisingly, 15 years later, most of them still work! When I added the colors to the Prismacolor color chart, I was surprised that most of the colors I have fall in the brown/skin tone category. I was more surprised that I didn’t have a ton of purple / blue-violet / pink color ranges. I think that issue is solved now.
I’m still a little bit intimidated by my markers, but I’m trying ok?
»»————-¤ Tools ¤————-««
» Prismacolor Alcohol Markers
» Art-N-Fly Alcohol Markers
» Copic Sketch Markers
» Pentel pocket brush pen
» Uni-ball Signo white pen
This show, you guys…I can’t explain how weird it is and I love it. Sci-fi western. Every time I watch it (yes, I’ve watched it many times.) I pick up on something new. This rainy weekend calls for another mini-marathon with art and tea.
This lady knows what’s up.
GO GO GO! Hipster Mermaid Kickstarter is live! You can get this enamel pin for just $15 (includes shipping in the US!). Other reward tiers are available, too.