Okay eLeexir C: <3
@Drea, I absolutely ADORE your artwork, your writing, everything!
You're amazingly talented and it's great that you're showing your work to the community
What classes are you taking that lets you design these faaabulous posters and shizz? /wants to take them xDD
Can you ping me for everything?
"Share your spark and the world will light up."
Currently saving up for graduation fees & post-secondary costs. Commission me? PM me if interested!
@Neon aww you are so kind T_T Thank you very much, it really does mean a lot to me. Right now I'm taking two different graphic design classes: AAD 75 (Introduction to Digital Art and Design) and AAD 70 (Introduction to Digital Imaging.) Pretty basic photoshop/illustrator/indesign classes... but they force me to do things I wouldn't normally do. I'm also taking a web design class and in the past I've taken Graphic Computer Illustration and some other things... though I already know a lot about the programs I have picked up quite a bit from them.
I will add you to all lists C: <3
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Also, today I made this prototype necklace design:
If anyone can guess who this is without looking at the filename I will has happy. The actual thing will be a much more vibrant red and won't be nearly as... wobbly because the lines will be much thicker. It /should/ turn out better than this one but I couldn't just throw it away!
What material are you making the necklace out of for the prototype and the final product?
Evolution was NOT here
Evolution was here
Evolution was here again
Evolution was NOT here again
Evolution was here forever and ever
Okay, you win.
Evolution always wins.
@Lilly3 The prototype is just a bit of clear #6 plastic cut out from a take-out box's underside, covered in red sharpie then stuck in the oven at 275 degrees Fahrenheit until it shrinks. #6 plastic is what they make "shrinky dinks" or craft-type shrink plastic out of. The actual thing will be made of the same kind of plastic but it's designed specifically for crafting so it's less vulnerable to warping and also comes in red, making using sharpie/sealing it unnecessary.
The idea is to emulate the look of laser-cut acrylics without actually having to own the machine or mass-order them. Shrink plastic can also be fused together so I might make some "stacked" designs. I'm debating stacking yellow on top of the red for the earpieces and boomerang but I really like the look of it just plain... I'll probably experiment with it with some more take-out box plastic xD
Here's an example of fused shrink plastic:
... Anyway that's more than you wanted to know but... >_____> <3
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Streaming at livestream.com/dreaisdrawing I will be watching The Boondocks most likely, so mute if you have a problem with it.
Also, thank you bamboo, I never did thank you :'D
EDIT: I will be drawing clingables for BooPets.
Oooo~ I should be able to watch for a little bit tonight x]
Need someone to sketch you up something? Writing done? Need it for cheap? Drop me a PM =]~
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