Yup! It’s sugar-shark. Check out my Links page under the navigation for my other blogs and websites too, if you’re interested :)
I can’t be the only one who does this.
I literally get like a hundred notifications every time I refresh; I can’t keep up with everyone’s comments. You’re welcome to message me off anon if you have anything to say to me, but please don’t assume that I’m being malicious just because I didn’t see one notification out of thousands.
I would be the best Disney princess.
I’m actually in a pretty good mood right now, anon, but thank you for your concern <3
I just have the occasional existential epiphany that makes me worry uselessly for a few hours before I can say “dude you can’t control that so what’s the point in worrying go eat a cookie”
*listens to comforting music*
I actually can’t help you much in this area! Digital art is just like traditional in the sense that the only way you’re going to get better it to practice, and read LOTS of tutorials. When I first started digital art, I found speed paints on YouTube to be really helpful for demonstrating techniques and seeing the settings other artists used in their painting.
Also, keeping up with traditional art in addition to digital really helps! You’ll find that the skills you learn while making traditional art transfer over into your digital work, and vice-verse.
Good luck, and let me know if you have any more questions!
aaaa I’m glad so many people can relate~ :)