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- Fri, 12 Jan 2018 08:07:21 EST XI02SCD0 No.52624
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What do u think about it?
Later I will show another stuff from my portfolio (vector).
I want critics from u guys :)
Phoebe Fuppersune - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 09:35:26 EST RIdSrZ6s No.52625 Reply
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I like it.

However, mismatched socks, I just..can't...
Shitting Donningham - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 14:20:22 EST UiARlrCr No.52626 Reply
looks cool, I'm sure I would like it more in person.
I for one really like mismatched socks, keep it up OP
Nathaniel Sossletot - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 22:25:37 EST 03DArDae No.52631 Reply
That's super cool. Good work, dude(tte?)! So do you do art for money? If so, in what way? I do commissions for people I know sometimes, but I only charge about $10 because I'm only doing it for practice. My friends girlfriend does commission artwork and she gets paid up to $150 per picture, and to be honest (sorry to my friend), but I'm quite a fair bit better of an artist than her, and I've been told several times by complete strangers who have seen my art that I'm better than a lot of tattoo artist that they know. I'm currently in the middle of rounding off my general abilities proportion and shading wise and putting together a portfolio.

So, what all does that entail? My sister has a studio and sells her art professionally but she almost exclusively sells paintings. I understand ink sketches aren't very big in the art gallery business so I'm really looking to find how I can fulfill a career while still maintaining the style I enjoy.
William Copperdock - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 09:14:18 EST 5D5454W+ No.52640 Reply
often people like unrefined, emotional stuff and no perfectly calculated and shaded things. not sure what exactly you paint, but thats been my experience
Angus Girrynick - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 18:23:22 EST IE9YZYNr No.52643 Reply

just make the ink sketches big. like 4 feet by 3 feet.
Shitting Wennerhid - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 03:58:20 EST +hYEP/cr No.52807 Reply
here's a tip: make art that you enjoy making and looking at.
the "art gallery business" is a trap.

side note, tattoos are vastly different from paintings or ink sketches.
being able to apply a *quality* tattoo is no easy feat. even if you can draw you wouldn't be worth shit as a tattooer without a solid foundation of the technical aspect of using skin as a medium.

sure, you're probably better at drawing than lots of tattooers (because of how many shitty tattooers there are in your town) catch my drift?

apologies for the rant, I in no way am trying to dissuade you from making art. making art is fucking rad, no matter what you make. I get a little tired of people thinking that just because they can draw that they should be able to operate a tattoo machine just fine.

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