@fourteen-year-old-teenage-artist: It’s “Have a Nice Day” flower for you :)

I hope you like it :)
(you can help me to make people happy with special flower, just tag someone (even not one person) and they will have special flowers.

Have a Nice Day mission was started! :D

George: this is SO CUTE oh my GEEZ

It’s a little flower made of art supplies!!!!! I love it so much!!!!! Thank you!!! Let’s see, who do I want to have a nice day…

@reye-chan, @rabbitpietale, @kanaking, @steveningdragon, @cassiomia, @small-angry-ferret, @ksenya-the-artistic-cucumber, @sotorifico, @herrmann, @gigagoku30, @axaeldraw, @midluuna, @the-pink-magnolia, @ALL OF MY FRIENDS AND ALL 886 OF YOU GUYS FOLLOWING ME

Everyone deserves good days, we all go through our hard times and bad days but a good day is always a blessing. Thank you for this little drawing and your kindness!! And YOU have a nice day too!!✨


<Pink Peonies Nail Art>

This mani was achieved with the help of the following tools:
Game of Thrones Chardonnay by Seven Kingdoms Wines ! :)
Stamping plates: Lina Nail Art Supplies Let’s Doodle 01 and UberChic Beauty 3-01.
Base polish: OPI Be There in a Prosecco.
Peonies: L.A. Colors Exotic Pink and Green Tea. Essie Boom Boom Room and Sally Hansen HD LCD.
Stamping: OPI Olive for Green.

meradorm  asked:

It's easy for me to do dry technical exercises (like value studies, master copies, negative space drawings of still lifes, whatever) but I can't seem to do anything creative. I really just want to draw fanart and cute comics for my fandoms, but I can't bring myself to do it for some reason. Either I know it'll turn out to be mediocre, or it's too much effort to do something unstructured rather than a clear exercise, or I have some kind of psychological problem expressing myself. Advice for this?

Try getting a sketchbook where you just put your rough ideas and experiments. Having a sketchbook for this purpose kind of helps alleviate the feeling that everything needs to be polished and great. I do this, and it helps me. Let yourself really experiment. 

I also sometimes use plain copy paper, which is nice bc you don’t feel like you’re ruining a page in your fancy sketchbook or whatever. Or even try scratch paper. Whatever gets you to draw fearlessly, even if it’s a bit(or a lot) rough around the edges.

Another way you can achieve this is to use ink! Now you can’t erase. Try not to cross out too much, since learning and just starting is half the battle. 

You have to continue drawing horrible things before anything great will come out of it. Constantly analyze and redraw things you just did. Sometimes redoing an awful sketch better somewhere else on the page can help remove the feeling of this will be mediocre

It’s hard, but you need to sketch badly a lot to attain the skills. Your expectations will often exceed your skills, and this is hard, but try to turn it around and view it as a motivator, instead of something that holds you back. 

I hope this helps you!

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Pride before the fall

“why do you use crayola colored pencils and copy paper”

“why do you use ms paint and”

“why do you draw with a mouse and not a tablet”

“why don’t you use a good digital camera and not your laptop/camera phone”

“stop showing me a picture of an empty wallet”

theyre on a date!!