studio time with mulder and scully.

studio time with mulder and scully.

tagged: +me  +my face 
iamatinyowl:

pale | vintage | nature

please don’t promote your blog on other people’s art!!! it’s very rude!!!! *flies away into the night*

iamatinyowl:

pale | vintage | nature

please don’t promote your blog on other people’s art!!! it’s very rude!!!! *flies away into the night*

just thinking about murder.

just thinking about murder.

comfy lazy sunday outfit. also feeling strange and isolated.

comfy lazy sunday outfit. also feeling strange and isolated.

Anonymous asked: I...I might love you??? and everything you create????

woah!(//・_・//)

'nother little sketchbook page.

'nother little sketchbook page.

hannibal sketch dump. i’m getting ready to move across state but the webcomic is slooowly coming along. ~(˘▾˘~)

hannibal sketch dump. i’m getting ready to move across state but the webcomic is slooowly coming along. ~(˘▾˘~)

in case you were wondering why i’ve been silent! i’m working on a webcomic called gutless. the website is in progress, and i’ve been busy with my girlfriend visiting from london so the project is on hold for the moment. it’s going to be full of gender & sexuality issues and shiz— princesses, magic, monsters, knights, all that biz. stay tuned.

in case you were wondering why i’ve been silent! i’m working on a webcomic called gutless. the website is in progress, and i’ve been busy with my girlfriend visiting from london so the project is on hold for the moment. it’s going to be full of gender & sexuality issues and shiz— princesses, magic, monsters, knights, all that biz. stay tuned.

tagged: +comic  +gutless 
Anonymous asked: you have some art tumblr to recommend?

yep!

heya, i think i promised a rundown of all the supplies i use and i keep gettin’ questions so here you gooo (from left to right)
sablette brushes. utrecht makes nice quality alternatives to sable brushes that are fairly inexpensive. i have about seven different sizes, these are just the ones i use most often. some of them are designated for inking.
dr. martin’s black star matte india ink!!!! i cannot recommend this enough. it’s the blackest ink i’ve ever used and it dries very fast— it’s also incredibly matte. it basically looks like you made a black hole in your paper.
pentel pocket brush pen. i keep this in my travel case and it’s amaaazing. so versatile with a good flow— the only problem is that it uses cartridges to refill and they can be quite expensive.
rotring isograph pen (.18) for sketching and inking. the epitome of all technical drawing pens, for me. it comes apart and is refillable. it has a wire tip which is quite fragile, but the tips are replaceable (it has duct tape on it because i’m a dolt and i hold my pen weird so i broke it but i refuse to buy another one because $$$)
derwent waterbrushes for watercolor sketching and painting. very useful for traveling! 
chartpak AD markers. really really smelly (they’re alcohol based) but really lovely. the colors are buildable, to a point, although they do bleed when used on regular paper.
sharpie paint markers (oil based & water based) used mainly just for sketching.
mod podge! this shit is the bomb. i use it to glue stuff into my sketchbook and for collaging. it’s legitimately the best for anything honestly. 
sennelier watercolor paints. the best watercolor paints i’ve ever used. expensive, but entirely worth it. super duper pigmented and smooth and blendable. just lovely.
cretacolor monolith woodless graphite pencils. these aren’t the best but i enjoy using them. be warned, i had a 9B pencil and it snapped in half one day, just from being carried around in my pencil case. anyway they’re pretty smooth and nice and i keep coming back to them so yeh.
staedtler non-photo blue pencil for undersketches!
i also occasionally use prismacolor colored pencils. 
i hope this was helpful! ヽ(=^・ω・^=)丿

heya, i think i promised a rundown of all the supplies i use and i keep gettin’ questions so here you gooo (from left to right)

  • sablette brushes. utrecht makes nice quality alternatives to sable brushes that are fairly inexpensive. i have about seven different sizes, these are just the ones i use most often. some of them are designated for inking.
  • dr. martin’s black star matte india ink!!!! i cannot recommend this enough. it’s the blackest ink i’ve ever used and it dries very fast— it’s also incredibly matte. it basically looks like you made a black hole in your paper.
  • pentel pocket brush pen. i keep this in my travel case and it’s amaaazing. so versatile with a good flow— the only problem is that it uses cartridges to refill and they can be quite expensive.
  • rotring isograph pen (.18) for sketching and inking. the epitome of all technical drawing pens, for me. it comes apart and is refillable. it has a wire tip which is quite fragile, but the tips are replaceable (it has duct tape on it because i’m a dolt and i hold my pen weird so i broke it but i refuse to buy another one because $$$)
  • derwent waterbrushes for watercolor sketching and painting. very useful for traveling! 
  • chartpak AD markers. really really smelly (they’re alcohol based) but really lovely. the colors are buildable, to a point, although they do bleed when used on regular paper.
  • sharpie paint markers (oil based & water based) used mainly just for sketching.
  • mod podge! this shit is the bomb. i use it to glue stuff into my sketchbook and for collaging. it’s legitimately the best for anything honestly. 
  • sennelier watercolor paints. the best watercolor paints i’ve ever used. expensive, but entirely worth it. super duper pigmented and smooth and blendable. just lovely.
  • cretacolor monolith woodless graphite pencils. these aren’t the best but i enjoy using them. be warned, i had a 9B pencil and it snapped in half one day, just from being carried around in my pencil case. anyway they’re pretty smooth and nice and i keep coming back to them so yeh.
  • staedtler non-photo blue pencil for undersketches!
  • i also occasionally use prismacolor colored pencils. 

i hope this was helpful! ヽ(=^・ω・^=)丿