Hey, guys! Been a while
Been taking a break and focusing on other things. Particularly with the covid-times. 😥
But I'm ready to go back into things again! 😁
Although, I want a clean slate and start things over. I'm doing a lot of things different now, and I kind of want to start from the ground up and rethink everything.
So I've made a new mastodon.art account here @talleraas that I will start posting on and if you want my art in your timeline then you can go over there.
I learned an important lesson today and wanted to share with my fellow creatives!
Are you struggling brutally right now, confused how many compromises you should make to bring the money and the creative side of your career together? This blog entry does not tell you what to do, who am I to tell you what to do, but maybe this inspires you to look for your own answers:
Hello people of Mastodon ! I'm so happy to be among you ! I'm a little marmot whose story will be told to you by Aryeom and Jehan with a lot of talent and great tools in addition to being libre !
Thank you in advance for your warm welcome ! 🤗 #PleaseBoost
Calling Inkscape artists!
We've got a fun challenge for you!
Our Inkscape 1.1 About Screen Contest is open and we cannot wait to see what you come up with this time around!
Read up on the contest here:
Comic Hosting Question/Advice
Chi's been suggesting I start formally hosting my comic somewhere instead of just posting on Twit/Tumblr/Discord every week. I'm not sure what websites should be avoided and what are preferred for this type of thing-- I've heard conflicting things about a lot of comic hosting websites and rules about keeping ownership of your work. Right now I'm currently leaning towards Tapas, but if anyone has any advice or nuggets of wisdom, it would be extremely appreciated.
The next thing I did was start learning to make scalemaille and chainmaille. I started by making my first set, and from there got better and more creative with simple designs. I'm very proud of this skill now.
To all Pepper&Carrot readers, supporters and also to all the Free/Libre and Open Source community, here an illustration I just finished to wish you a wonderful time in this end of year. Happy Holidays!
Finally some Art again! This is my project for Illustration Fundamentals class, which is all about contructing perspective and people. I learned a lot, and I have a lot more to learn, but this was fun!
Also that character in the foreground is low-key a self portrait because I definitely don't hear anything with my headphones on.
Happy to be back at this again. :)
This year has been pretty rough for me career-wise (thanks COVID) but I am glad to be where I am now freelancing full-time and learning lots of new things.
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