>I remember suggesting you draw Cyberfrog in the art thread from a few months ago. I had forgotten all about that.
That was you? Oh shit, that actually made me really happy when I read that, the anonymity here does make it feel a little lonely. Often I forget that there’s people on here I’ve interacted with before, and it’s not new people all the time. Especially after Eunch-anon the ISPs seemed to double and after the prominant autists left (coffee, vegan and dog autist) or quieted down it started to feel less comfy to me, because I couldn’t recognize posters anymore.
Anyways sorry again I didn’t do more, Van Sciver is a mad man, far too many little bits on him for me to have done.
>These days I just draw while rewatching movies or when I get bored.
I was going to draw tonight but I started playing EU4 and as always 6 hours later and I think it’s only been 1.
>Lately I've been listening to a lot of Ratatat.
I’ll check them out at some point.
>I normally don't need reference, and I can draw decently
That’s cool, I’ve never been able to draw from memory. When I was a kid I used to print out a picture of what I wanted to draw and then cut it out, and trace just the outline. It helped with proportions and helped me to get my general bearings, though I never really moved on from that before I quit drawing in early high school, so I really hadn’t ever got down proportions even for something I draw a lot. I have no school next week so when I get back home I’ll try to find some older drawings I did, there’s one bioshock and some Star Wars ones I don’t remember being awful. Though it’s possible I lost those textbooks when our basement flooded a few years back.
These are really cool. Do you use regular pencils or sketching pencils?
I like the first one and think it could look good in a house but it would have to be a modern furnished home. Though I’m not sure I would really pay money for it. Second one gets a meh out of eh from me. Third one is impressive and sastifying but I wouldn’t pay any money for it in an art sense.