Bah! I've already sent this one in for the SVS and I can already see so many things I need to change. I need to learn to wait on things! Draw something, then leave it alone for awhile. Then come back to it and you'll see it in a new light!
SVS is amazing, by the way! I seriously suggest you go check it out!!!
Bought some cheap color film from Walmart the other day during a sale and broke out the old Canon film camera! Little did I know, no where in town processes film for negatives anymore! You have to send them off and pay for a CD with the images... for $9. I have a scanner that can scan film so that's just a waste of money for me. I didn't want to buy chemicals to do it myself because I have no where to dump the chemicals safely. Buuutttt, I found out about CAFFENOL! Which is where you develop film with instant coffee, washing powder, and vitamin C! Below are some examples (took me three rolls of film before I could get the hang of it... mainly because I'm using color film...) I think I'll invest in some black and white film so that they give me better (CLEARER) quality with the way I'm able to develop... But it was fun!
Lately I've been taking small doodles and recording myself painting them for my youtube channel. I'm gearing up and practicing so that when I do a "serious" painting, my skills with video editing, angles, etc. aren't so shoddy... So if you want to see this image being painted, click here!
Be gentle... I'm new to this.. :)
Also if you have any tips for me, please comment or shoot me an email!!!
I'm fairly new to the marker art world, but I thought I'd try some of these pastel ones... in addition, I also recorded myself using them in a speed painting... er... markering..? Anyway, take a look if you'd like! I have 2 others on my channel and I'm hoping to make more... and hopefully get better at it.. :P