College Freshmen (Pls help me :c)
College Major: Graphic Design (As of Spring 2017)
Current Project: Array
Names: Mike, Blue, Laser, Laze, Blue Laser, Blue Laserbeam, Bluelaserbeam
About me: I'm usually pretty chill and rarely get offended by anything most people get offended by normally, probably given due to my dark sense of humor (Though I don't really show that on here). I actually like making friends with other people and chatting with them, especially if there's a shared interest in something, so don't be afraid to talk to me . Also, I'm a huge pokemon and yugioh nerd!
Some History of My Artistic "Talent" and Comics:
How I got into drawing:
I was first inspired to draw when my art teacher in 4th grade commented on how good my drawing of the school's mascot was (even though I mostly traced it from somewhere ). I didn't officially start drawing until I ordered a "How to Draw Manga" sketch book in 6th grade and wanted to draw anime/manga-styled art. I was horrible at the time and made the bodies too small and unproportionate and I quitted drawing for a year, then in 7th-grade, I had a substitute teacher in one of my classes and he told us to do anything, as long as it was quiet, when we finish our work and I had nothing else to do than to doodle. I tried to draw manga-styled again and I noticed that I have improved a bit, with my substitute teacher complimenting my drawing. That inspired me to get into drawing again and I tried to use my "how-to-draw" book again to improve myself even more then randomly stopped. The day I actually saw significant improvement was when one of my friends wanted me to draw her avatar from a game in March 16, 2012, and I was actually surprised that it looked better than the previous works and I got back into drawing (again) and I haven't stopped drawing from that day. Because my drawings were improving and I was (still am) a fan of manga and anime, during my Freshmen-year of high school, I wanted to make a comic series called Cloud 9 that was based on a game I played with my friends called ROBLOX. I made a few chapters of that comic but I found it to be poorly-made and written, so I scrapped that comic and tried to make another one from the start with improvements. To this day, I'm improving my drawing skills everyday and my goal is to hopefully get recognition from my art and comic series in the future.
It takes a lot out of my time to work on artworks, and commissions and donations really help keep me motivated to continue working on artworks. Your donations are really appreciated.
Thank you so much for your point donations!