|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.
Commissions: Yes (pinup and digital coloring)
Art Trades: No
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
How Your Environment Affects Your ArtA Discussion with Bobby Chiu by Flynn Ringroseimaginism
A lot of people who email in live in circumstances or with people that don’t support their art. What do you think about that?
The first thing is families. Some people don’t have supportive families, and some are too supportive. I’m sure we all have our stories. So you want to look out for yourself and ask, “Is my environment healthy for my growth?” You want to make sure that you’re surrounding yourself with other hungry artists.
For me, in the very, very, very beginning, it was just my brother, Ben and I in our parent’s basement. That was not a good environment because I was living with my parents. Which isn’t necessarily bad, except your parents might think, “Bobby’s home, maybe he would like to take out the trash, or mow the lawn, or whatever.”
When we all start