You are so great and inspiration to me! Just wanted to thank you for you being you.
I don’t really know what to reply to this.
People like you keep me… surfacing. Keep me believing that something I do feels right not only for me. Keep me going on when the times are tough. Being an inspiration to someone is PRICELESS, it’s like… inhaling a piece of starlight.
Could you make a step by step of your drawing process, please? Just next time you draw something. I love your Agent Blake doodles.
You mean, the actual-Agent-Blake-portrait-stuff, or the stupid ones?))
It takes a long while working on portraits, it’s quicker with simple stuff. Anyway, I’m doing livestream sessions from time to time, so if there are people who want to know something about the way I paint, I can include sketching Titus Welliver to one of these sessions.
In other news - rest easy, Philip son of Coul, I’ve got quite a few things to paint and to share this weekend even besides the upcoming livestream session)))) Anyway - will be glad to see any of you during the livestream))
Tomorrow night (or, more specifically - about +25 hours since this entry) I'm gonna be livestreaming another painting.
I’d be glad to meet anyone who attends, just because I’ve been asked questions on developing something from a scanned pencil sketch with or without removing the original sketch layer. So, just to make it more fun, I give you the choice… I’ve already got a bunch of silly sketched things, so it’s up to you, whom exactly I’ll be painting.
A. Original darkly humorous image. B. Varric Tethras of Dragon Age. C. Christopher Carri- eh. Art for some of the Abarat book characters.
Hmmm. All of these are… tempting to me. But which one to pick?))
Two weeks ago I had to take one of the principal parts in organisation of a party for men of, um, my division. I had already been slightly ill at the moment, so the actual party was a disaster for my voice. I mean, I had to talk thru all the evening and rehearse and sing two songs. So I met the following week completely and utterly voiceless; I could sing Joe Cocker AUTHENTICALLY, I mean it.
So, this week I’m trying to get my vocal back. This means more practice.
See, as I have already told you several times, there are some songs I wish I wrote before they happened. Their melody and lyrics are pretty much what I want to tell people. “In This Twilight” by Nine Inch Nails is one of them. I just want to tell you that, “all the black is really white if you believe it”. Blame my overreacting over certain things I wish I never knew for this.
Anyway - sharing my vocal practising that song just in order to check if my voice still sounds hoarse to you. I can still hear certain roughness in it, but I’m not sure if I like it or not.