|Never stop learning!|
Artist and writer specializing in original characters, comic art, storytelling, pinups and digital coloring.|
I've written novels and self-published a comic. Among other places, you can find my creative works on my Amazon Author Page.
Art Trades: Only with close friends
Commissions: Yes (pinup and digital coloring)
I appreciate every comment, every favorite, every watch and every visit! Thanks!
Tools of choice:
Traditional- Mechanical pencils (HB, 2H leads), cardstock paper, Copic markers, Micron pens, brush pen, Copic Multiliner
Digital- Microsoft Surface Pro, Manga Studio 5EX, Photoshop CS4, Sketchbook Pro, Flash CS4
TO THE ASPIRING ARTISTS/STUDENTS...It's amazing how setting goals can make you unhappy.LeSeanThomas
For a long time, I've always thought to myself: "I'm not quite as good, but I will be once I've met my goal." Or, " Once I've reached my goal, I'll be happy, I'll be successful." I'm sure that I am not alone in this mode of thinking and as a result we ultimately push our own happiness to the back, unless we accomplish some major milestone.
We place ridiculous stress on ourselves to lose weight, get a promotion...finishing a comic or whatever.
But I think setting goals seem useless without a system or process in place to reach them. I'm learning more that it's important to understand the difference between goals & systems. The goal is the desired end result, the system is the process, or practice that (if committed to) eventually gets you there. Focusing on practice instead of performance allows you to be present, and improve at the same time. Planning progress (Goal) vs. Making progress (System).
Let's commit to