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I browse frequently, more or less.
I’m always willing to try something new.

- I avidly watch anime nowadays.
Never even considered getting into this until the beginning of 2013. I’m currently keeping a list on MAL, so I don’t lose track, because my god is there an awful lot to see. I’m finding it enjoyable, not all perfect, but enjoyable.
- Although not everything has to be anime related, feel free to share whatever.

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Sweetie Belle as Nia, that’s a VERY DANGEROUS combination.

My heart can only take so much goddammit!

Apr 26, 2013 at 11:32PM EDT

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We’re merely trying to capture da magicks on camera for all the world to see.
There is no time for tomfoolery!

Now if you would hold still for just a moment…

Apr 16, 2013 at 11:30PM EDT

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I’m smiling.
But my soul says otherwise…

Apr 16, 2013 at 07:11PM EDT

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I can’t believe no one’s done this yet. Fluttershy is an excellent model…

Apr 16, 2013 at 04:04PM EDT

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See as I said interpretations vary from person to person.
I like your taste though. I don’t a lot of people that can say they pay attention to the detail of human character for expression or other attributes, and the majority of the example’s you showed me prove their purpose. I must say I was surprised about your choosing of statue busts, rarely does it occur to me that they can show inspiration but then again if we are talking about human character they certainly prove do be that way since they just hold one stated position and you can really reflect off that at times.

Apr 16, 2013 at 04:00PM EDT

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And art expands itself to other types, I personally don’t have much of a selection of favorites since I don’t look at art as much, so I can’t say that I’m expertly educated in all aspects of art. I do know how to appreciate it for what it is though, if a piece is meant to give a feeling then dam straight is it going to give me a feeling. Taking the pony images into perspective there exist grand pieces of pony humanization that are just outstanding and done just right in my opinion. I’m a fan of these since mostly it takes skill and imagination to apply certain features that fit based on personality and a lot of these artist’s can do just that. Some of my favorites include Rik-VReal, Ric-M, MoritoAkira, nayruasukei. I’m probably missing a few, JohnJoseco’s are obvious enough but a lot of these were discovered right here in our gallery. I think there’s still a lot to learn, maybe you’d be showing us that with any other stuff you draw, and hey it be something to look forward to.

Apr 16, 2013 at 04:00PM EDT

Commented on Caro's wall

Indeed. Interpretation from these creations can vary though.
Sort of which how the saying goes “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.”
Similarly how people might view art. People can tell whole stories from just a drawn scene in a vast wilderness while others just see it as square blank how it is.
So brings on the question how do you interpret art? Are their any favorites pieces from artists that you take fondly of?

Apr 15, 2013 at 08:36PM EDT

Commented on Caro's wall

This inside scoop is now an artist bio.
It’s not weird to draw human figures though, what your saying makes sense.
When it comes to drawing people something that really stands out is emotion, their particular face or their posture/stance, and the majority of the time that reflects the personality of said person/character.
If so-and-so character is done well, chances are they make for great artistic pieces. The artist too can show their nature of skill, from moody watercolor to bold pencil (most styles I know about). Have you done other styles of drawing besides drawing humans and ponies?
Passion I think plays a major key role here too. We go about our everyday lives, but we always want to let ourselves escape somehow, so we take whatever we can to express ourselves in whatever way possible and if we like it, we keep doing it. People will draw something that they might think about or take great interest to.

Apr 14, 2013 at 11:03PM EDT

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Now, I’m not too familiar with the concept of drawing art. But Art in general comes in all forms.
Like for instance I’m pretty keen on playing the trumpet and guitar, and with music itself you can take on any form of it. I still have a lot to learn, but there are great music artists that can and have helped me understand that to start for myself I’m not always going to be playing heavy metal on guitar or bold fortissimo concert pieces on my trumpet, there are other genres that surprisingly build a sort of foundation for yourself so that you can create your own songs and play as you are. Same way I’m understanding you make your own characters and comics, artists vividly show their style and there’s always going to be a part of themselves with you, if so-and-so can do it so can I, so to speak. I would say that inspiration is all around us and if we play close attention we can find it somewhere.
This is quite the subject were talking about here, I love to hear from people and how they do what they do, since it’s different for some majority. Everyone has something interesting about them :)

Apr 14, 2013 at 11:02PM EDT

Commented on Caro's wall

Itching for a new title? How about an inside scoop?
I’ve been digging your artwork ever since you published the comic.
The thing is though I’m curious what sort of things inspire you to draw.
Inspiration and genuine imagination are concepts that vary from person to person.
Is it just a reflective pass time? Or is it something that your passionate about?
Talent’s tell stories, and the people listen.

Apr 14, 2013 at 08:33PM EDT

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Ah the treasure of inside jokes.

Apr 08, 2013 at 08:09PM EDT

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Eh, it was a shitty vector anyway.

Apr 07, 2013 at 10:44PM EDT

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