Monochromatic Dreams
How do you feel about people making furless versions of their sonas? I know you don't really own hairless sonas but just wanted to know if it bothers you when people use the idea.
Anonymous

Wot? I’ve only seen a few, actually, I really don’t care. Even if I saw more, I wouldn’t care. I know a couple of people who have been  -more than obviously- inspired by me and my work, but hey, if it’s how they like their art to look then whatever man, they like my stuff and want to be like me I guess, lol. No but I don’t care. Like you said, I don’t own the hairless idea. 

IN FACT, If ya’ll got a hairless side of you’re sona, I’d love to see them. :D


I am so so so sorry for your loss. I know its hard to loss a very close pet and i hope your pain eases.
I wish i could do something more to help you feel better. :C

Dude this picture is making my eyes water. Thank you so much for your sympathy. I’ll be alright, like I said, I at least have closure. <3 thank you so much for this.
Funny thing is, sometimes he actually would lay around my neck like that, hehe.

I am so so so sorry for your loss. I know its hard to loss a very close pet and i hope your pain eases.

I wish i could do something more to help you feel better. :C

Dude this picture is making my eyes water. Thank you so much for your sympathy. I’ll be alright, like I said, I at least have closure. <3 thank you so much for this.

Funny thing is, sometimes he actually would lay around my neck like that, hehe.

I-chaya was apparently  found dead on the side of the rode by a man who saw my missing cat fliers. My dad buried him today in our yard and placed some flowers on his grave, which I thought was nice.

 Though he will be extremely missed by my family and Aleks, I at least have closure and know where he is.

I-chaya, originally thought to be a girl, originally named Nugget or cat or some other thing, was one of the best cats I’ve ever had. He had no grace as a cat, always flopped over everywhere, always purred in my ear when I was trying to sleep. He would lick mine and Aleks’ nose and mouth and eyes with his gross cat breath and bring in a crazy amount of fleas…But he was so sweet, adorable, affectionate and beautiful, too. 

 Rest  in piece, lil guy.  We love and miss our little kitty husband. 



It’s about time I drew some fanart.

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAART

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAART

Mama got me a stress ball 

Mama got me a stress ball 

KNEEPLES

PART 1  
you thought the nightmare was over

KNEEPLES

PART 1  

you thought the nightmare was over

Random question but you said u were going to /went to art college, right? Would you mind talking about it like.. if it was worth it and if you think you'll get a job out of it eventually? :0
Anonymous

Yes,  I’m 18 and just a freshman in college! And yes I do believe it’s more than worth it [I actually answered that in my FAQ ;)]  I’ve learned so much in the short period of time I’ve already attended. I know how to use 3ds max, a 3d program professionals use, I have improved majorly in my knowledge of anatomy, I can actually draw backgrounds decently because inanimate objects don’t scare me so much, and my skills will only get better with the guidance of all my teachers and peers. And I’ve only gone for half a semester. Imagine where I’ll be when I’m done! Whatever your skill level, you can only improve. You get to learn things like graphic design, color theory, human/animal anatomy, character design, animation, gaming, photography, blah blah so on and so forth. The list goes on and on.

 I strongly believe I’ll land a career in character design somewhere. My school has many connections with many animation and gaming companies and studios that peak my interest.  That’s another great thing about art college; connections. Many companies/studios work with colleges, giving students opportunities to learn about their future career through interns and guest speakers. [The guy who made Ren and Stimpy is a frequent visitor to our school!] Some lucky students even get plucked out and lang a career before they even finish their 4 years. Really, even if you’re not going for a career, it’s still an excellent way for you to sharpen your skills in art.

But it’s not just the school, of course. The school helps set up guide lines for the work, yes, but it all lays on you and your skills and your determination and how much work YOU want to put into it and how much YOU want to stand out. You have to be the one the studios want. Make them want you. I do believe college is very important, for whatever profession, but what really determines your future is you.

Never give up!