skeletonwarsneverend said: I can't draw cause I don't have the patience for something that demands so much concentration, but I think your drawings are mad cool and I hope you get mad rich because of your hard work one day. Just realized this is not a question em, how many cute things did you see today?

I would argue that comment, but this is the internet, and we all know internet is for civilized people. And I saw a really adorable puppy…so that’s… that’s really cute.

thatbookygaykid said: So what is the best thing you can do to try and prepare yourself to submit a portfolio to Sheridan's animation program? I'm from a small town and starting my senior year soon. Ive worked my schedule to spend about half my day in the art room but i could use some suggestions on what to do with all the time I'll be in there.

I roll around the floor and panic! Lol, no I’m kidding. For me, it basically comes down to motivation, practice and patience. Without the drive and motivation to draw, my work would look forced, dead and uninspired. Practice: Don’t be hasty. I took as much of what free time I can get to draw from life or jot down ideas, (cafe sketches are the best :D). And if my work doesn’t look good today, it’s okay, I can try again tomorrow. Be patient, take your time, take criticism well. Don’t be afraid to, as the saying goes, “Kill your baby”.

DON’T DO PORTFOLIOS A DAY BEFORE. Seriously, you would be 1 in a million if you get in the program with work you just did 5 hours ago :| And professors can tell. TRUST ME

Can you tell this is my first time drawing a motorcycle? Inktober#6

Can you tell this is my first time drawing a motorcycle? Inktober#6

Inktober. Rushed penning

Inktober. Rushed penning

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This is why I don’t like talking to normal people about what I do. :|