I’m writing my critique for art and it’s really really late here and it’s turning out cheesy and whatever but I found this mistake.
“I did swirls for the girls…”
I meant ” I did swirls for the CURLS….”
I started laughing a lot.
I’LL DO SWIRLS FOR YOU LADIES
COME ON DOWN …..SWIRLS, DAMN IT!
HOW CAN YOU MISS OUT?!?!?!
He takes requests sometimes!
My brother posted that my personal blog inspires him :3
I feel honored.
You guys should check out his art blog.
He doesn’t post like any of his best/good stuff in my opinion, just random sketchy sketches, but it’s really fun to go through nonetheless. I think he is afraid of people stealing it.
His regular blog is on there too.
He’s a cool kid.
Sometimes he does requests so maybe he will do something for you if he likes the idea.
He’s actually sketching up a tattoo for his best friend at the moment.
I keep painting pink and purple and goldeny yellow trees with blue trunks and stems.
At my school that there is a sort of tattoo video and picture thing going on with stories behind the art on people’s bodies. I went through the site though and I feel like I could do much better. I kinda want to try it but I’m not sure how to go about it. Should it be studio shots? Should I pick particular tattoos? I am a person who believes a tattoo is a piece of art on a body which means I am not really a fan of any tattoo. It’s hard to word what I mean exactly because there is the whole quality aspect and then taste. Er maybe I mean I’m a fan of well done tattoos… I wish I had someone on campus to talk to about this. I think it could be fun to exhibit well photographed inked art. It’s just like an art museum but the canvas is the body.