Hello dear readers, Katie here. Have you heard of the 100 Day Project? It’s a fantastic project sort of like National Novel Writing Month, but for artists and creative-types, and over the course of 100 days starting in April instead of just the one month of November. I decided today that I want to participate,… Continue reading 100 Day Project 2018
Sometimes, I think mediocre is worse than flat-out bad. Recently I’ve been playing Vigil Games’ Darksiders II. It was one of those free games you get each month if you pay an extra fee on the Playstation, and thanks to generous family members I’ve had this service for several years now. Mechanically it’s a very… Continue reading Power Creep
I might have mentioned before that growing up, I was not a voracious reader, and I regret that. I did, however, develop an early love of fantastical worlds and deep narratives. You know how little kids tend to watch movies over and over and over again, which when I was growing up meant you eventually… Continue reading Tuppence for Your Thoughts…
Greetings, dear readers! Today I want to share with you some resources I’ve been using lately to hone my skills as an artist. Unfortunately, the Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree I earned from my university purposefully ignored many important areas of art, such as illustration, sequential art, digital art, and anything pertaining to imagination or… Continue reading Learning Is FUN! (no really, it is!)
Hey there dear readers! Today I wanted to share with you something I’ve been experimenting with to try to organize meself and boost my productivity: bullet journaling. It’s all the rage on Pinterest and Instagram, apparently. For those of you who don’t know, a bullet journal is a journal that has pages filled with equidistant… Continue reading Productivity by Way of Doodling!
Hello dear readers, Something I’ve been struggling with drawing-wise lately (actually, pretty much forever) has been figuring out my art style. It’s an incredibly nebulous thing. I can point out what things make my favorite artists’ styles unique, but I can’t for the life of me figure out what gives my artwork its distinctive “style”.… Continue reading On Art Styles