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PLEASE COME AND CHECK OUT THE FUN!!!!!!

EVENTS:

  • Special Gif sets ( These will be sent out individually and specialized for that specific follower!)
  • “MORE ABOUT YOU” questions.
  • Free write and doodle challenges.
  • RANDOM INBOX MESSAGES.
  • “SHOUT OUTS” for your blog/fan fiction/YouTube channel.
  • Markiplier/ Jacksepticeye Let’s Play giveaways (I ask Markimoo/Jack questions and give a prize to the FIRST person who answers correctly. Prizes are 20$ steam cards, a total of 3 will be given out.)
  • The SHOWCASE w/ AWESOME PRIZES for the followers with the best pieces. Fan Fiction and Art. 2 prizes! (I hope to see many submissions this round Both Fan Fiction and Art!)
  • Caption THIS! * I will post a Gif and the best caption on it will win a prize!!!!!*

EVENT: SHOWCASE:

ART SHOWCASE: 5/27

FAN FICTION SHOWCASE:5/28

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Happy Birthday, Jack.

Sorry it took so long, but the above requests (from 2 anons and @super-magical-wizard, @boopymooplier and @antiisepticeye) all seemed like a good plot for a short comic, so I thought why not. Sorry this is late, but happy birthday @therealjacksepticeye :) I hope you and @wiishu had a great time <3

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Steve Huston is one of the best artists and teachers of our time. His advice has been helping me figure out how I should approach making art and why I create art in the first place. 

In this interview, Steve Huston talks about how to grow as an artist, how to develop a unique style, how to find what calls to you, and much more. It’s a mighty 106 minute conversation filled with golden nuggets. Don’t miss this one.

Steve recently published an instructional book on figure drawing. I think it’s a must have for every artist learning how to draw: Figure Drawing for Artists: Making Every Mark Count

Topics

01:44:44 - Where can we get your book?

00:00:33 - Steve’s new book

00:00:45 - Going to Art Center*

00:01:21 - Drawing Comics as a Kid

00:02:15 - Illustrating after art school

00:03:36 - Teaching at Art Center*

00:04:21 - Taking over the classes of famous teachers

00:06:28 - Learning paint and color

00:09:00 - How did you learn color?

00:13:28 - Finding your style

00:14:34 - Working after Art Center

00:15:44 - Becoming a better artist

00:19:49 - Growing as an artist through teaching

00:21:20 - Making a finished art piece

00:26:25 - Thinking critically about the art you’re making

00:27:58 - Good copying vs bad copying

00:28:59 - Art as philosophy

00:30:26 - Developing an art style

00:33:34 - Creating a truly unique style*

00:46:36 - Drawing and painting better by asking question*

00:53:27 - Steve Huston’s inspirations

00:58:39 - What does an artist do if they don’t have any good ideas?

01:01:23 - How do artists balance idea and craft?

01:02:55 - Being afraid of drawing something “wrong”*

01:09:58 - The tools for creativity

01:11:40 - What is the purpose of creating art?

01:16:28 - How do you find what calls to you?*

01:27:00 - What was your creative learning schedule like?

01:33:52 - What would you have done differently in your art education?

01:36:16 - Did you study more from life or more from masters?

01:37:48 - Consistency in your artwork

01:39:13 - What do you enjoy more: quick-sketch or longer drawings?

01:41:09 - What medium do you want to learn?

01:42:02 - Any new books coming up?

01:43:18 - Where do you see your art going in the next 10 years?

My Shoujo/Romance Anime List:

1-Akagami no shirayuki-hime (thx for reminder :3)
2-Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun
3-Angel Beats
4-Toradora
5-Inu x boku SS
6-Itazura na kiss
7-Zero no tsukaima
8-Ookami shoujo to kuro ouji
9-Clannad/Clannad ~After story~
10-Bokura ga ita
11-Special A
12-Nijiiro Days
13-Kamisama Hajimemashita
14-Kaichou wa maid-sama
15-Kimi ni todoke
16-Sukitte ii na yo
17-Kyou koi wo hajimemasu
18-Ao haru ride
19-Golden Time
20-Akatsuki no yona
21-Hiyokoi (just has 1 episode in Anime but, i highly recomend the manga)
22-Vampire Knight
23-Lovely Complex
24-Diabolik Lovers
25-Ore Monogatari
26-Chuunibyou Demo koi ga Shitai!
27-Sword Art Online
28-Inuyasha
29-Sankarea
30-Brothers Conflict
31-Romeo x Juliet
32-Acchi kocchi 
33-Hatsukoi Monster
34-Momokuri
33-Orange
 34-White Album 
 35-Nodame Cantabile 
 36-Kyouka no Kanata 
 37-Nagi no asukara 
 38-Mahou shoujo ikusei keikaku 
 39-Sakurasau no pet na kanojo 
 40-Fruits Basket
41-Ouran High School Host Club

42-Cardcaptor Sakura
43-Nana
44- Natsume Yuujinchou
45-Nisekoi
46- Kamigami no Asobi
47- Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love 1000%
48-Kobato

49-Anohana

50-Ranma ½
51- Hiiro no Kakera Dai ni Shou
52- Aishiteruze baby
53- Nagi no Asukara
54- Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou
55- Peach Girl
56- Hana Yori Dango
57- Fushigi Yuugi
58-Kuzu no honaki
59-Seiren

60-Gosick

61- Masamune-kun no reveng

62-BTOOOM!                                                 

63-Tamako Market                                     

64-Chobits

He Jiaying (何家英), The Ballet. 2006. 

Born in 1957 in the province of Tianjin, He Jiaying studied traditional Chinese painting at the Tianjin Institute of Art and went on to become a council member of the Chinese Artists Association and a lecturer at his alma mater. He’s style combines the precision and realism of gongbi painting with European subject matter such as the art of ballet, and female figures. In The Ballet, He depicts with sharp technique and muted colors the behind-the-scenes of three ballet dancers who are occupied not with dancing, but rather sewing pointe shoes and sipping loose-leaf tea.