The books have arrived today and I must admit I’m really happy how they have turned out : D especially the matte finish on the cover hahah
I will be taking them to MCM London Comic Con this weekend and MCM Birmingham Comic Con next month but if you are not coming you can still try your luck here! (It doesn’t matter where you live, I ship internationally.)
All you have to do is:
★ like and reblog this post (the way it is) before 2014.11.01 noon GMT+1
★ have ask open so I can contact you if you win
There will be one winner chosen randomly on 1st of Nov.
PLEASE! YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW IMPORTANT THIS IS TO ME AND A MULTITUDE OF MY FRIENDS. I GET DISCOURAGEDALL-THE-TIME ABOUT MY ART BECAUSE I GET LITTLE TO NO RECOGNITION. SO I BEG YOU, IF YOU LIKE SOMETHING, PLEASE MAKE IT KNOWN. LEAVE A COMMENT, REBLOG IT TO SEVERAL PLACES, SHOW YOUR FRIENDS! IF YOU HELP BUILD AN ARTISTS CONFIDENCE, THEIR CREATIVITYWILL KNOW NO BOUNDS.
For all those people that constantly ask “is using a reference cheating?”
No, it’s not. THEY’RE THERE, USE THEM. Using a reference is not tracing, it’s cool.
Every freaking artist in this world and in the past used references to study how the anatomy of a human works, how an apple looks like and so on. You can’t draw immediately out of no where just because you pretend to be an artist. It’s not magic. It’s hard and long work.
And a little reminder: Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Rafael and many more artists in the renaissance used human references from their daily life to make the master pieces which we know now.
POISONCAGE size:A5 number of pages: 112 printing :color _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ Since I’m going to reprint my sketchbook, I’m giving you a chance to win a free sketchbook. To participate, just…
https://www.tumblr.com/dmca Go there, and do as the instructions say. When my art was stolen, I got the post reported, and it was taken down. Don’t worry, it doesn’t just take down the sources post, but it takes down all the reblogged…