4: Lineart or coloring?
DEFINITELY BOTH!!! I do both at the same time
5: Who/what inspires you?
the sky/clouds, water, environments * - * video games, esp ones with really nice nature settings. music with violin/piano/trumpets or smooth jazz. a lot of pixiv artists like mayer and 4 inspire me as well!!! and dA artists like demitasse-lover and contraomnes. and also of course the artists that i follow on tumblr and befriended!! ^o^
(already did 11 and 12)
9: Favorite thing to draw?
i guess….. hair??? but i also really like drawing eyes…. and noses and mouthsI LIKE FACES
11: Draw a pic of yourself like how you look just now.
12: Any weird artist behaviour you admit doing?
I don’t really know… I do have a tendency to make frustrated/angry sounds while I draw lol
OH yea i also do this thing where i make sound effects while i draw…? like i go ‘bloop bshhhh woshhh’ and only willow has ever heard it bc sometimes i forget she’s there when we skype
Title: I came to realize the happiness of ordinary, day-to-day life
Summary: Silce of life manga kawoshin
OH ANOTHER….. WELL….i did this one pretty recently i think??
i just realized the date is right there h-haha
1: Take a picture of your workspace.
I HAVEN’T CLEANED FOR MONTHS HERE WE GO YEA
(if you look closely at my desk you’ll see shinji-kun)
2: Show your pencilcase and what’s inside.
there’s actually nothing in my pencil case..!! well other than just pens/highlighters for school and many late slips. many many late slips.
my actual art pencil case is actually a glass bottle! (REVERTS TO HORRIBLE PS3 CAM QUALITY)
there’s a lot of different kinds of pencils inside… plus an eraser, a piece of charcoal, conte and a sharpening blade that I really need a cover for (I was too lazy to take them all out)
6: Draw a same pic with your dominant and non-dominant hand.
[wiki]: Haruna Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Takasaki, Gunma Prefecture, Japan. MountHaruna, the mountain where the shrine is located, is one of the “ThreeMountains of Jōmō” and the shrine has a close relationship with the shrines of the other two mountains, MountAkagi and MountMyōgi.