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nutellamellafella asked:

I don't know what to ask and I feel bad you are bored in hospital D: you art is amazing! That wasn't a question. Ahm. What inspired your style? :D other than awesome.

Hmm, what inspired style, y’say?

First of all, thank you for your concern, it’s greatly appreciated! :D

And second of all, THANK YOU! I love your artworks as well, so getting compliments on what I do with my sparetime warms my heart and spirit quite a lot!

Now, for what exactly inspired my style, I cannot say for sure that I have ONE influence that I’d say rules my lines more than others.

Mostly I’m still trying to define my ‘style’ by trying out new stuff every time I (for example) see amazing art here on tumblr, in comic books, television shows — you get the idea.

If it works with my hapless plotting down linework or colours, I’m stoked about the neat-o new technique I’ve discovered by trying to figure out how other people do their thing, and if not? Well, than I still learned something in the progress.

See, I’d like to believe that watching other artists work, you learn twice as much by being able to communicate via any which means, than you do from a book with no actual human factor sitting on the other end.

At least that’s how it works for me.

I’d say that the few live-streams I’ve been able to watch from s-intent and catoncoals have been some of the most treasured lessons I’ve had so far.

As I’ve no doubt brushed over many a time, I never took many formal lessons in doodling, and still have trouble getting into any art-schools out there, but really now, learning from fellow artists is the way to go.

Hope this helped in sating your curiousity, otherwise my askbox is always open for more questions, bantering or general silliness. :)

-glitch

theblackheartlegacy asked:

I've been thinking of getting an iPad for on-the-go doodling/art. Which iPad do you use, and which stylus, if you don't mind my asking?

theblackheartlegacy:

wiredraw:

Hmmm, it’s just the regular sized kinda iPad I use, but I’m not sure which version it is — sorry!

The stylus I use, is well, mostly just me doing fingerpainting for the digitally inclined, otherwise I just spent about 8 dollars on this nifty little thinger, which I also use with my phone:

Thanks for answering! I just was curious cuz I can get an iPad 3 cheap nearby and I didn’t know if iPad 3 supports pressure sensitivity.

Was checking out the Wacom stylus and it says it works for ipad 3 but its a hundred dollars.

Which app do you use? Sorry for being so nosy.

Aha! Mostly I use Procreate, which I can reccommend highly, but I also have ArtRage installed because I’m fairly used to it from my computer.

It all depends on your personal preferances, and I’d say that ArtRage feels heavier to use if you’re not well-versed in advance, but is also highly recommended if you’re patient and want to learn the in-and-outs of it.

If you’d like to see the difference between my usage of both programmes here they are:

ArtRage:

Procreate:

Hope it helps!

theblackheartlegacy asked:

I've been thinking of getting an iPad for on-the-go doodling/art. Which iPad do you use, and which stylus, if you don't mind my asking?

Hmmm, it’s just the regular sized kinda iPad I use, but I’m not sure which version it is — sorry!

The stylus I use, is well, mostly just me doing fingerpainting for the digitally inclined, otherwise I just spent about 8 dollars on this nifty little thinger, which I also use with my phone:

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