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February was a month full of new projects and lots of practice leading to improved drawing techniques! Here is everything I created this month, including idle sketches and doodles: I bought a new toy; a pyrography tool so that I can attempt leather burning. I was inspired by a very talented artist whose Twitch … Continue reading February Art Dump 2019
Foster Moms and Dads- Can we talk about something kinda heavy really quick? I really want to adopt eventually. Justin does, too. We can’t have children of our own because my health is too poor for me to become pregnant. I love kids, and I think Justin and I will be excellent parents. The thing … Continue reading Attention Parents with Disabilities:
Septo-Optic Dysplasia (SOD) Which caused: - Panhypopituitarism (PHP) I'm being treated for the following deficiencies caused by PHP: -Hypothyroidism -Hypogonadism -Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency -Secondary Adrenal Insufficiency - Optic Nerve Hypoplasia Causing legal blindness due to: -Bitemporal Hemianopsia (complete loss of peripheral vision) -Double Nystagmus (which moves at different speeds at different directions) -Overall low vision - Absence … Continue reading A quick rundown of my diagnoses / disabilities
This is just a short life update. I am still planning on sitting down and writing a post about everything that has been going on with me lately, but that one in particular is going to take a couple of hours to write. Please bear with me until I can find the time! I’m actually … Continue reading Ambitions
I have an idea for a browser-based spoonie flash game. I'm going to lean how to use Adobe Animate to make it, and I have a basic concept for the game, but I would really love to get some feedback and suggestions from my fellow spoonies. The point of this game is to help people … Continue reading Spoonie flash game idea! (updated 1/11)
A sign on a bridge says that it can hold two tons of weight. If the bridge builder tells you you can not drive a three ton vehicle across it, he is not being a defeatist, he is admitting that the bridge has limits and he is protecting it from being destroyed. I think that … Continue reading Crossing Your Bridge: The difference between defeatism and realism
I can't tell you how excited I am to be able to feature this amazing artist. I have been a fan of Vusiuz for a very long time, watching him from the sidelines with a slight "senpai~" vibe. His 3D animations are smooth, unique, and just cool as hell. I am honored to present to … Continue reading Featuring: Albert Ki (Vusiuz)
Ilyaev is a 27 year-old freelance artist and English teacher currently residing in Japan. I first encountered her artwork many years ago on DeviantArt, and I am honored that she has agreed to let me feature her work here. Her smooth, uniquely-styled digital paintings stand out from the crowd and have a very relaxing and … Continue reading Featuring: Ilyaev
Watch this video to learn how! It's free, and I get no ad revenue from this. Check out my other social media sites: DeviantART Twitter Tumblr Twitch YouTube In this video, I talk about DeviantArt a lot. It really is an awesome place to meet other artists and see some incredible work.