Did you draw these? They're cute and I like them.
do you take requests?
Thanks for the kind comments guys!>>358
Found I was spending too much time on 4chan, so I stopped going for a while, and tried out other imageboards to give me less incentive to go back.>>361
Not at the moment. I want to make sure I have regular output before trying to take requests. You can leave a description for the future, though.
These look familiar…
Where else have I seen you post before?
Really nice. Can you bless us with a custom sushi girl maid please? Maybe one, processing fish or cooking rice?
Mainly 4chan. I posted in /qa/ of course, but also /i/, once on /a/, and about three times on /v/. I posted twice on Danger/u/ I try to keep my stuff on image/text boards, unless a piece is made specifically for a more traditional place (Pic related). There are a few exceptions to this, but I won't mention them for sushi rollymity's sake.>>366
I can, though I currently can't promise a swift delivery at the moment.
nice place but it's dead for now you see, but even i could come here anybody can though.
that's great, thanks!
Your maids are really cute ~
They're truly cute to look at, sushiroll.
>>437> Sushi specific stuff
These clunky shoes remind me of (japanese) video game character design and add cuteness on a subliminal level, as one unconsciously expects striding and lively movements to counter inertia, like Ayu in the ending of Ksushi roll(2006). The artist Pop came first to my mind, utilizing this a lot too.
Wow that artist is pretty great.
Buy a ream of printer paper and use them to draw because theyre dirt cheap
heh, I almost only draw on the back of paper scraps and envelopes for that reason. I like doing small scale diagram-ish stuff though.
If artists weren't allowed to waste paper we wouldn't have artists. ;)
More of of a price than waste, the price of art. On top of as said above using both sides and making use of scraps, you could always get into making paper as well. Just need a used old blender, some metal screening and a frame of some scrap wood. Make paper sludge out of old newspapers and practice sketches you don't want to keep.
Or you could always take the modern route and make digital art instead, nothing wrong with that. Get a cheap wacom. I just find drawing for real to be more comfy, and I really don't need another hobby I need to sit at the computer for. (not needing real space to keep all your practice sketches to check your progress sounds so neat though)
Haha, that brings me back. I thought likewise and only drew on A4 copy paper before I started my apprenticeship, because I got a box of 2500 sheets as a present for Christmas. It was a great present.
Don't worry! Paper is cheap. Don't let yourself get hindered by such concerns! Drawing on huge sheets is fun because you can utilize your elbow instead of doing everything with your wrist. This will improve your skills and might help you finding your style.