🚬quit it you bitch🚬
This is inspired by @stephenking @stephenkingsit 's movie it. I really like the character Beverly (plus she a fashion gal too) but yeah! I rly liked how this turned out and am planning on drawing more things inspired by his books :^)
Just got back from the library. Got 13 books in total, and five of them were on art. They look really promising though. In case you couldn't catch them, the titles were understanding color by Maricia Moses, Bridgman's Complete Guide to Drawing From Life by George B. Bridgman, The Complete Guide to Self-Publishing Comics by Comfort Love and Adam Withers, Manga Crash Course by Mina Petrovic, and Sketching the Basics by Koos Eissen & Roselein Strut. For the basics of drawing in general, I would recommend Sketching the Basics and for the basics of anatomy, I would recommend Bridgman's Complete Guide to Drawing from Life. Also, no, I'm not dead. Yes I'm still doing inktober. There has been a mammoth of a project that I've been working on for class that has taken a huge chunk of my artistic energy. Also, I'm starting a YouTube channel YAYYYY! So I've been doing stuff for that so yeah, I'm still here. I'm going to try to start posting every day again so stay tuned.
Hello everyone! How are you doing? I am alright. Welcome to another inktober piece for day 17. Today’s prompt is “graceful.” I was in the mood to draw another ballerina. But I thought the ballerina alone would be kinda boring. So I added a bit of a horror. She tries to calm her demons by doing ballet. Doesn’t look like it’s working out so well this time. 👀 Have a good day everyone.