I finished this expression meme and honestly I found it very entertaining. thank you.
oh hey guys this is my OC nonsense blog!! feel free to follow if you dont mind scribbles of my OCs. you can ask about OC stuff there, too.
I got internet-married to the most amazing woman 10 years ago today on Gaia Online at the age of 13.
Now I’m 23 with the mental age of 13 (at times), but I’m grateful to have had Finni in my life for the past decade.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, WOMAN.
And thank you to all my friends who made wonderful, wonderful contributions to this gift.
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I use faber-castell pitt artist pens! I went ahead and got a set of ‘em exactly like this:
(my favs are the XS and SB sizes)
Hi! I’m not that anon, but I wanted to say thank you for sharing this. I didn’t know there was a conceptart.org equivalent that focuses specifically on animation stuff.
No problem! I think also doing a thorough google search can lead you to good results.
I’ll also take this opportunity to recommend checking out 11SecondClub.com. GREAT animations featured every month there also a forum for other animation resources/discussions!
Hi, friend, of course this isn’t a weird question! Trust me, you’re definitely not alone. I can give you a few pointers though!
I recommend you first set up a site/blog that can act as your portfolio. It doesn’t have to be polished completely like a professional portfolio but it should overall show your current and best works in a way that’s easy to view.
BUT even before you go off to ask for critiques, it’s VERY important that you need to know where your art fits in. Are you an animator? Concept artist? 3D artist? Once you narrow it down, you’ll gain more understanding about who to seek. ONLY THEN you’ll obtain the best advice that way; about improvement, job opportunities, and overall how you can fit in as a member in a community.
Finally, I recommend these sites/forums: ConceptArt.org (for a HUGE selection of art fields), AnimatedBuzz.com (for animation/visual development), and CGTalk.org (general digital art). Choose your topics wisely as some topics are more relevant to your work than others!
Good luck, Anon!