Just for the sake of having it said:

I have no problems with random critique. If you think something looks off with one of my pictures or I’m doing something wrong, then by all means, say so.

And if I ever put my foot in my mouth and say something wrong, then please, do tell me. I don’t want to accidentally hurt someone due to a ignorant choice of words.

Same goes for any other questions, concerns etc.

vastderp:

quintessence-of-dust:

Kacy Catanzaro: the first woman in history to qualify for Mt. Midoriyama.

I just need everyone to watch this video [x]. She’s a 5 foot, 100 lb gymnast and she beasts through this insanely difficult, heavily upper body focused course like it was her morning jog. The camera keeps cutting to these massive, musclebound men in the audience with their mouths hanging open. 

OH SNAP this photoset shows those insane vertical obstacles, look at her go.

More light and form studies.

More light and form studies.

Scars. *jazz hands* Well, partly more muscle practise too.

Scars. *jazz hands* Well, partly more muscle practise too.

And another one for the WIP pile.

And another one for the WIP pile.

"Necromancer, adventurer, commander, jeweller… chef."
My sylvari from Guild Wars 2. Don’t have the time to play all that much, but nice to log in once in a while and poke about.

"Necromancer, adventurer, commander, jeweller… chef."

My sylvari from Guild Wars 2. Don’t have the time to play all that much, but nice to log in once in a while and poke about.

Baaaaaalls and stuff. Light and form study,

Trying to figure out how much I need to save up to be able to attend the next Spectrum Fantastical Art Live. Oversea travels… x_x”

I will finish this and no one can stop me because bioluminescence.

I will finish this and no one can stop me because bioluminescence.

Art Camp stuff. Tried doing more sketches on one to two layers in colour/B&W, rather than the scratchy lines I usually do.

My absolutely deepest and most sincere apologies to Ingres for butchering his lovely painting when trying to only use the lasso tool (What, we were told to experiment). I think I can sum it up as “LASSO TOOL, BE MY FRIEND!” and it screaming “NEVER” in response and thenfilingarestratiningorderagainstme.

More than one Skyhold servant agreed: Inquisitor Lavellan was quite dalish-ious. (*badum-tish* Thank you, thank you, I will be here all week.)
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I was doing torso studies and wanted to do a sketch to put the knowledge to use/see what I had learned and still needed to work on. Male hips are a mystery to me.

More than one Skyhold servant agreed: Inquisitor Lavellan was quite dalish-ious. (*badum-tish* Thank you, thank you, I will be here all week.)

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I was doing torso studies and wanted to do a sketch to put the knowledge to use/see what I had learned and still needed to work on. Male hips are a mystery to me.

Sooo… I’ve been dealing a lot with motivational issues the past year. The stress of being unemployed coupled with seasonal depressions, faltering confidence and the general ‘kicked in the chest, I can’t breathe’ anxiety, I’ve felt quite lethargic and unproductive a lot of the time, having issues to really sit still and focus on what I’m doing. I’ve hardly enjoyed music, and end up fidgeting a lot when listening to my playlists, but I managed to solve that with some trailer music channels on youtube. No preferences, no urge to change track all the time.
But I used this schedule setup while writing my thesis last year (The cropped areas being images from artists whose style I admire), and it worked quite well, so since my current unemployment activity seem to leave me free to work as I see fit on the days, I figured I should try and structure up my days better. So I’ll try to follow this until Art Camp ends in six weeks or so, unless I suddenly end up with some work assignment or something.

Sooo… I’ve been dealing a lot with motivational issues the past year. The stress of being unemployed coupled with seasonal depressions, faltering confidence and the general ‘kicked in the chest, I can’t breathe’ anxiety, I’ve felt quite lethargic and unproductive a lot of the time, having issues to really sit still and focus on what I’m doing. I’ve hardly enjoyed music, and end up fidgeting a lot when listening to my playlists, but I managed to solve that with some trailer music channels on youtube. No preferences, no urge to change track all the time.

But I used this schedule setup while writing my thesis last year (The cropped areas being images from artists whose style I admire), and it worked quite well, so since my current unemployment activity seem to leave me free to work as I see fit on the days, I figured I should try and structure up my days better. So I’ll try to follow this until Art Camp ends in six weeks or so, unless I suddenly end up with some work assignment or something.