I want to draw forever.

This is just for art posting, mainly of the WIP and doodle breed. The majority of stuff is my own personal work.

Contact:

Skulldog@gmail.com
Good news everybody! As of today I have finished all of the pages for the first book of End/City. I just need to do some bordering and drop in the text and it’s nearly ready to go to print. There should be some news regarding what comic project will fill the side slot very soon as well.
Currently only my Patreon backers have access to the first 17 pages of the comic, and soon to be a full 20 with the month’s postings. BUT the printed copy should be up for sale late September.

Good news everybody! As of today I have finished all of the pages for the first book of End/City. I just need to do some bordering and drop in the text and it’s nearly ready to go to print. There should be some news regarding what comic project will fill the side slot very soon as well.

Currently only my Patreon backers have access to the first 17 pages of the comic, and soon to be a full 20 with the month’s postings. BUT the printed copy should be up for sale late September.

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Commission for skulldog of their character, Illusion King.

Oh man, how did I NOT get this one reblogged yet?? 
I’ve gotten a few little bits of art from Oliver over the years and I am never disappointed in the out comes, ah, this one is super adorable, love that glow effect and such fluff! Also, this is someone I can highly recommend for commissions yes.

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Commission for skulldog of their character, Illusion King.

Oh man, how did I NOT get this one reblogged yet??

I’ve gotten a few little bits of art from Oliver over the years and I am never disappointed in the out comes, ah, this one is super adorable, love that glow effect and such fluff! Also, this is someone I can highly recommend for commissions yes.

Hi I'm an amateur artist still learning the ropes and was wondering how to learn to draw better in the third quarter view since it seems to be my weak spot

http://www.pinterest.com/characterdesigh/character-anatomy-head/ That site is a giant bin of amazing resources, scroll a bit there’s some really wonderful grid systems to breaking down faces, which you can use for changing the view. Think about features of the face being along straight lines, if you tip one way, everything has to stay following those lines across the face.

I don’t have any terribly insightful things to say on this topic! Study from photos, and from life. My favorite is to sketch actors from movies on Netflix.