Saturday, March 28, 2015

to show or not to show // pencil

Ah, yes. Life's biggest question.

   I mean, am I the only one with this problem?

   I'm not really a shy person. I like talking to people about art (seriously, if you meet me in real life and have a sketchbook with you, we've gotta talk), and I like complements. Who doesn't? But I really don't want to look like a showoff doing it.

   Also, it's weird to just stand there as people flip through your notebook. And what DO you say when they tell you their artistic talents go as far as stick figures?

   Anyway, the character is sort of chibi but kind of not... but I'm happy with the way the last two came out.

   Coming soon is a post about our trip to the Emerald City ComicCon, 2015! Hayley Atwell signed my fanart of Peggy Charter (from Agent Charter and Captain America the First Avenger), which was AWESOME. We (my sister Willow and one of our friends) also got photos with Chloe Bennent (Skye from Agents of S.H.E.I.L.D.) and Alex Kingston (River Song from Doctor Who). So watch out for a post about that!


1 comment:

  1. while i can't completely relate to you, i totally understand what you're going through! i'm sure you'll find the balance of how to show people you're art. as for the stick people comment (which i've had before and its like *awkward what do i say*) i most of the time reply with "well i'm still learning" or "it takes practice, believe me!" or something along those lines. because in my case both those are true. =) But i love your pictures! so adorable. you're really good at those chibi's. :)

    that is SO exciting that you got to meet all of those people, and got pictures and sigs! so awesome. Looking forward to the post!!!!


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