Woah! So many, alright here we go +u+
1.Take a picture of your workspace.
this my space at my apartment, I made the desk out of a door and two hobby horses
Sculpture studio, common space for everyone but I need the ventilator here, so I’m working here for the time being. That’s my wolf sculpture in the 2nd pic, doesn’t have its teeth atm
2.Show your pencil case and what’s inside.
I keep a lot of my pen just in my backpack, but my staple and favourite drawing stuff goes in this. It’s a plane ticket and I just can’t get enough of it :’D
all my favourite pen, that mechanical pencil cost me 11.00$ alone, but goddamn it’s the best sketching pencil I have. Lead for it is hard to find though :0
3. Show a thing you last drew, no matter how small or a “doodle” it is.
Drew this after watching Jagten I loved this kid’s hat in the movie so I and wanted to make an OC for it. Her name’s Torsten and she’s a modern day shaman living in Norway. When she pull her stag’s antler hood up she can run and hear as well as a deer, smokes a lot of tobacco for ceremonial purposes.
4. Lineart or coloring?
Lineart, I love a good inkwork and it’s my strongest suit. Lately I’ve been trying to paint more though and use more colours, ‘cause it’s an area I seriously want to be better at.
5. Who/what inspires you?
I find a lot of manga inspires me, storywise and artwork-wise. I love Katsura Hoshino’s style in volumes 11-15, Q Hayashida, Hyung Min Kim and Kazue Kato. Artists whose works I really admire are Man Arenas, Zao Dao, Sam Weber and Hunsay, I get excited when I see their amazing stuff and want to be like them someday ;o; Masaaki Yuusa’s animes are crazy amazing and they’re my favourite style in terms of art and story out there so far.