In which I imagine what different fonts would sound like.
mars mars MARS MAAAARRSS
the number of times I’ve tried to draw something sexy/intimate is embarrassing, sexy things are at the same level as a potato for me……
no I take that back, a potato is at a higher level /fistshake
So happy to know I’m not the only person who actually has to go and take a walk to calm down just to finish a simple kissing scene.
Oh good it’s not just me.
To all anons who have ever requested kissing picture, this is why I never fulfill your requests.
I’m a big idiot and read that as 1920’s. My bad, I suck. “OTL Maybe I will revisit your time period-appropriate prompt, but in the meantime, I hope slinky Rus and flapper Ame is okay!!!
(I also think I subconsciously stole TitanicFreek’s star pin from her beautiful Femerica cosplay - I’m so sorry, it wasn’t intentional! This post is so full of fail, eheheh.
I also promise I’m not trying to rip off Lackadaisy either. Ahhhhh I’ll just.. go.. away now hahaha.)
Actually, that can be explained with ~SCIENCE~
The sketchiness of line art mimics the natural lack of clarity in our peripheral vision. When we look at the real world, our high definition fovea can only focus on a small area at a time. By having a very clean line art, it creates the unnatural feel of high clarity over a large area that’s not possible when we look at real life, therefore line art tends to appear stiff and not as appealing as the sketch. This sketichiness technique was first utilized by impressionists to create an optical illusion of motion (along with other techniques like equiluminance).
Kya Puni his eyes are amazing!
These may or may or may not be sketches/references for a a theoretical project that I have been theoretically working on since about April (theoretically, that is).
Wow, these darn side caps are a pain to draw, but they look so fly *Q*!
In other news: I noticed that I’m actually pretty unfamiliar with American military uniforms whoops. It’s sorta based on this official sketch. I may, theoretically, ask followers who know more about them for help, if that’s okay.
elissa likes art - no.5
gian lorenzo bernini (1598-1680)