I think I'm slowly getting the hang of this thing. It only took me about 2000+ posts. ...Now I just gotta go back and tag everything properly. Great.

Why do I have a tumblr you ask? Because everyone else has one and is posting their naughty art here instead of where it belongs: ON DEVIANT ART!

So yes, I use this mostly for reblogging fun stuff I find, as well as uploading snippets of my own artwork here and there.

 

coelasquid:

retrolizard:

nightmargin:

end-it-ed23:

So someone swapped in the Attack on Titan theme on the opening for Sailor Moon Crystal and this was the result.

Holy shit

do most anime openings got like a pacing system going on? cuz when I was in the 10th grade I tried swapping the 2nd Naruto opening with the OP music from at least 6 different animes and every single one of them worked flawlessly

they actually do, they’re very formulaic.

I feel like it’s time to bring this back.

(Source: castleoflions)

jackscarab:

This is a music video wherein the same animation of a girl running very fast and flying through the air repeats itself many times in differently animated settings, interacting with different environments, for six minutes.

That is just something I thought you should know.

dumblittledoodles:

Alrighty! Sorry I haven’t updated with the comic in awhile. Been busy. Anyways, here’s Chapter 17 so far (since the last update, shown here).

Enjoy!

Reblogging for the day crew~

dumblittledoodles:

Cover for Chapter 17 of Maq #041

I’ve started up a separate art/doodle blog, since my current blog is filled with reblogging everything I find interesting. I may re-post some of the better pieces, but most of the art will remain over there. Also, I’ve started a new goal this year: do a warm-up doodle before working on any art, including comic pages. Those warm-ups will be posted as well as random scribbles.

dumblittledoodles:

Cover for Chapter 17 of Maq #041

I’ve started up a separate art/doodle blog, since my current blog is filled with reblogging everything I find interesting. I may re-post some of the better pieces, but most of the art will remain over there. Also, I’ve started a new goal this year: do a warm-up doodle before working on any art, including comic pages. Those warm-ups will be posted as well as random scribbles.

Livestream done! You can pick up a copy of this print here : MHHO Storenvy

Livestream done! You can pick up a copy of this print here : MHHO Storenvy

Updated Christmas Card image! Once I’m done with it, I’ll be sending it out in Postcard form to friends and family! If you’d like one, please leave your mailing info in an ask!
Don’t worry, I wont publish it or sign you up for any junk mail.

Updated Christmas Card image! Once I’m done with it, I’ll be sending it out in Postcard form to friends and family! If you’d like one, please leave your mailing info in an ask!

Don’t worry, I wont publish it or sign you up for any junk mail.

I woke up this morning feeling horribly depressed. About my art, about my comic, etc. It’s just one of those days where I sit around and wonder why I’m not more popular then I am. I hate days like this.
I know I’m a good artist, and the fans I have are loving and loyal and I appreciate them all (yes, that’s right, if you’re reading this I appreciate you, you wonderful person!). And before you worry, no I’m not fishing for compliments or reassurance, nor am I considering ‘leaving’;  I just need to get the depressing weights off my shoulders. Although I’ll take any and all hugs, if you’re offering.
I think part of my problem is I just don’t post my artwork often enough. I’ve been working on some pieces that I think are some of my best work, but I’ve been holding them to myself, telling myself I’m going to make an ‘art book’ one of these days, since they seem so popular. However, I have to be honest with myself: my art just doesn’t sell. While people like looking at it, it’s just not marketable, not to mention the market is saturated. So rather then hold onto this art for months while I slowly create enough to fill a small book, I’m going to go ahead and post it all. Then, if demand is created for tangible artwork, I will comply. If not, I’ll just keep on creating.
I think it’s good that I’m doing art that isn’t comic related. I think that was half my trouble right there. It seems I went years without really doing anything for myself. But I want to create the little things in my head. So I’ve now dug out my mini-sketchbook, and I’m gonna draw. I’m gonna do stuff for me. And hopefully, you will enjoy it.
If you have any fan-art recommendations, I’ll gladly listen. After all, I need to flex those creative muscles. And thank you for putting up with my early-morning depression; just writing this out has helped lift my spirits so much.

I woke up this morning feeling horribly depressed. About my art, about my comic, etc. It’s just one of those days where I sit around and wonder why I’m not more popular then I am. I hate days like this.

I know I’m a good artist, and the fans I have are loving and loyal and I appreciate them all (yes, that’s right, if you’re reading this I appreciate you, you wonderful person!). And before you worry, no I’m not fishing for compliments or reassurance, nor am I considering ‘leaving’;  I just need to get the depressing weights off my shoulders. Although I’ll take any and all hugs, if you’re offering.

I think part of my problem is I just don’t post my artwork often enough. I’ve been working on some pieces that I think are some of my best work, but I’ve been holding them to myself, telling myself I’m going to make an ‘art book’ one of these days, since they seem so popular. However, I have to be honest with myself: my art just doesn’t sell. While people like looking at it, it’s just not marketable, not to mention the market is saturated. So rather then hold onto this art for months while I slowly create enough to fill a small book, I’m going to go ahead and post it all. Then, if demand is created for tangible artwork, I will comply. If not, I’ll just keep on creating.

I think it’s good that I’m doing art that isn’t comic related. I think that was half my trouble right there. It seems I went years without really doing anything for myself. But I want to create the little things in my head. So I’ve now dug out my mini-sketchbook, and I’m gonna draw. I’m gonna do stuff for me. And hopefully, you will enjoy it.

If you have any fan-art recommendations, I’ll gladly listen. After all, I need to flex those creative muscles. And thank you for putting up with my early-morning depression; just writing this out has helped lift my spirits so much.