Deviant since May 23, 2010 | Core Member until Jun 27, 2017
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• Commissions are closed • Free Requests are closed • Collab's are closed • Art-trade's are closed
How long have you been drawing? I've been drawing as a hobby since I was a 13, 14 years old. I've been drawing a bit more seriously for 3 years. I got lessons from an drawing teacher when I was 13, here is his website: www.steffranken.com/
What do you use? • For traditional media: Pocket size (14X9cm) Moleskine journal with blank, acid-free pages; Unipen black fineliners for inking lines, pencil for sketch; indian ink from Talens and ink pen for inking; Flex Markers from the Brand: Letraset for marker drawings on Copic paper; for watercolors I use Opaque white ink - Brand: Van Gogh, Gel Grip DX Gel Pen - 1.0 mm - White - Brand: Pentel Hybrid, Brushes, big and small - Brand: Van Eyck, Cotman Watercolors- Pans - Brand: Winsor & Newton. Britannia Watercolour paper - 300 gm - 140 Ibs -matt, Size: 24 x 32 cm - 9,4 x 12,6 in. And for Spraypaintings, I use Spraypaint - Brand: Spectrum And for colored pencil drawings, I use Colorsoft Pencils - Brand: Derwent
• For digital media: Wacom Cintiq 13HD (tablet); Photoshop CS6
How do you paint?
Right now I just paint and see how the outcome is, if I mess up, I try to correct myself in any way I can, while doing this traditional. As for digital art, I first draw on paper my linearts, because I suck at drawing a drawing straight into photoshop, the lines are always to sketchy and not straight because my hands shakes a lot if I do that. So I draw on paper first and than scan it in and than start painting over it on photoshop. Or I take a photo of my traditional drawing and start painting on the photo itself. I've done that a lot before. I like it.
Do you do requests/commissions/collabs? I don't take requests (suggestions are always welcome though!) and commissions and collabs are currently closed.
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