I agree with @nyrrylcadiz , i wish i had something more constructive to say
I am a Traditional Anthro & Fantasy Artist, who works primarily in Prisma colour pencils (& watercolours). I strive to create semi-realistic and belieavable fictional characters that charm and leave you wanting to know more.
I am a self-taught artist, who prides herself in offering advice to other (ameteur) pencil artists as i truely belieave in comunity and sharing knowedge
I am 32yrs old, and live in Hampshire, UK. My Little Pack consists of me, my soul mate, a old Northern Inuit called Skye, a Alaskan Malamute called Hunter and our Son who was born in 2015.
My Main Hobby is My Alaskan Malamute Dog, Since the age of 10 it has been a big dream of mine to work a team of them! We compete in Weightpull competitions, Backpacking, (dryland) Sled dog races and (dryland) Treks. All of which the dogs can earn titles.
Posts made by NizhoniWolf
RE: Finding Balance Is A Messy Process - HELP! This one's a bit of a Brain Dump ...
I think the need to be on social media is drilled into us "if we want to be successfull" But the truth is we need to learn our craft to be Successful. Yes there is a need for social media, but i don't think it should distract from the learning.
Your guilt tells be that you feel you 'owe it' to others to make videos (etc) But the truth is, you don't owe anyone.SWAT.
And spending time in meditation/self reflection/therapy might help you discover why you subconously feel this way.
Personally if i were you i'd make a very clear (video) announcment explaining that you are taking a year break. That you'll maybe do insta stories of the 'artistis play' that you do? And that when you are ready to come back to making videos you'll be more experaniced and ready to make new, quality content!
Good luck ^_^
RE: Watercolor bat - color question
If you are getting tired of it, why not take a small break from it? I think the colours that you have used are wonderfully simple and the bat just flies of the page ( ) i think it would be a shame to ditch the watercolours because you are getting a bit stir-crazy over it
Finished not Perfect, my thoughts
So, i picked up a piece i started back in April, i'd stopped for many reasons, but 'depression' was a major factor. I recently decided to finish it, under @Jake-Parker 's "Finished not perfect" concept. I've recently finished it, and although there are bits to it i like/am proud of, on the grand scale i am just not happy with it.
But i've come to realise that i need to understand colour a LOT more (And as soon as i've saved up enough money to enroll in a Years Subcription to SVS it will be one of the first classes i take).
Although i am not happy with it, i am glad i finished it. It's no longer going to hang over me and I also have met my own limitations, and have planned how to get better to overcome those Limitations! Having finished that piece i can move forward and i feel better for it!
Has anyone else had a simlar expriance?
RE: BIG WIP
I also think there should be a feather on the ground next to/held by the person/dog ^_^
Also, i don't know if its just me, but the Mountains look too smooth to be mountains(?)
The Orange/blue wip is beautiful and very eye catching! And when i see the silhouette i think of a Phoenix!
The other wip is (again very beautiful) calm and serene, i think i prefer this one.