You know what, screw da rules. Ya’ll asked for more dragons, so here we go! I tried my best to deliver! This design is up on Welovefine.com’s Dragons 2 contest!
You can rate the design HERE!
Thank you all for the wonderful support of my art as of late! Its the nice comments and encouragements that keep me going in times of doubt! So I say truly from the heart, this ones for you all! :) <3
Hey guys! Today is the last day for the rating process to happen for the HTTYD 2 T-shirt contest, and I need your help! There are awesome designs out there, please vote for EVERYONE and spread these pieces like wildfire EVERYWHERE because there are some hella talented artists in the competition and #ARTISTSUPPORT is a real thing ok!
Thank you! Good luck everybody!
Artist Samantha Keely Smith paints breathtaking abstract landscapes that resemble the swirling waters of the ocean. Using oil paint, enamel, and shellac, Smith builds up multiple translucent layers of color, alternating between soft brushstrokes and large, sweeping gestures to evoke crashing waves, surging tides, and stormy floods.
// Selected by Sunil
also people should keep in mind that sometimes when an artist says “doodle" what they mean is "stress-free art”. that doesn’t necessarily mean that the “doodle” they made is something that they didn’t work hard at or didn’t spend a long time on. some people get really out of control when they see impressive works and the artist write “just a doodle” and they think, this is it, this is the end, im no longer going to be an artist, how can i possibly compare myself.
sometimes “just a doodle” means “not working on commissions or something work-based”, so don’t fret yourselves. plus not everyone who posts art plans on a bunch of people seeing it. you don’t really expect your stupid poorly written artist caption to be seen by a lot of people via reblogs,
well, that’s fucking stupid. why would you call it that? there really should be a separate word for “effortless art” and “stress-free art” if that’s the case
or you could, like, chill, bruh
Drawing-break: Sophie Hatter, from Diana Wynne Jones’ Howl’s Moving Castle. I love the film, but I love how she talks to the hats in the book!