Happy Birthday Burdge!!!!! Here is a happy kid shoushou where ishida kisses a surprised nishimiya and everything was happy and nothing hurt. I know its late but my laptop broke so I couldn’t post this on the actual day. I cant even begin to explain how much you have influenced my life. I remember when I was in 6th grade I saw your percabeth fanart and I fell in love with your art. From that moment knew what I wanted to do, I wanted to be able to one day draw like this. I used to use all of your tutorials and I remember printing out all of your drawings and carrying them around when I was younger. As I grew up I always watched as your style kept progressing from what I had already thought was perfect to even greater. Your poses and expressions have so much emotion and flow in them and each line tells its own story. Your art has always brought a smile to my face and cheered me up even when im sad. You are such a sweet and kind person to everyone and I hope your birthday is wonderful!
One day I hope to inspire someone in the way you have inspired me. thank you so much for your beautiful art which has touched so many people. Its because you that I really started drawing and I am certain I wouldnt be the person I am today if it werent for your art.
sorry for gushing but long story short: thank you and have a great bday!
I drew Percabeth! I saw a picture by Burdge that I really liked. I decided to try to draw something similar so I could get practice in on drawing people but I ended up really liking it….so here’s Percabeth based on a drawing by burdge
It’s been two years since I last posted on this account. It’s 4 AM and I’ve been thinking a lot about what a big part art used to play in my life. It’s killing me that it’s not as prominent as it used to be. I’ve also been thinking a lot about burdge. Five years ago I stumbled onto her deviantart and decided to improve my art skills; I decided to use art as an outlet for my father’s death. I don’t know what I would have done with out her. So Brigid, I am forever thankful for you and the impact you have made on my life. Above drawing by Burdge (burdge.tumblr.com) and edited by me.
Remember when fan art was all we had? No movies, no trailers, nothing more than the creations of fans. And in some ways, it was better. These were genuine reflections of personal ideals, concepts borne entirely of an artist’s perception.