Quick question!

Do you guys mind if I post my photography of my travels that I find are either artsy or really cool design wise? I posted the fish stuff because I thought it’d be interesting for those artists who follow me to look/find inspiration from the colors and markings on them. And of course, it’s a way to show off my photos. :P

Ye or nay on me occasionally posting photos? I’d originally wanted to keep this purely drawings/digital work, but since I don’t draw daily like I used to, photos are one of the other ways to express my artsy-ness. My alternative would be to post all my photos on my other tumblr, restlessinfinity.

r0zelith asked:

I just wanted to say that your tatoo is really beautiful....

Aw, wow, thank you! That means a ton to me. :) Thank you.

snoozingdragon reblogged your post I wish I wasn’t so busy a… and added:

Maybe take that hour to do some observational sketching? Be like “I will do four sketches” so you can break

That’s actually not a bad idea! Thanks for the inspiration. I really needed that. :D 

I wish I wasn’t so busy all the time… :c I’ve almost no time to work on any artwork anymore, and it’s really upsetting. And then when I do have some free time on my hands, I rarely use it for art. Or if I do want to maybe draw, I feel angry at myself for only drawing things I know I’m comfortable with. Like dragons, Transformers, monsters, whatever. What I really really want to start learning and focusing on is humans and landscapes. But in order for me to do that, I feel like I need a BUNCH of time on my hands, rather than just an hour a week. So then, since I’m disappointed in myself as far as skill level goes/variety, I then find myself more in the mood to do color work, rather than draw. But then I realize that by just coloring other people’s artwork, it means I’m not helping to improve myself very much at all. 

Now I’m stuck in this awful place of self-pity for my work. Maybe this is a sign telling me to just not care so much about these kinds of things?