being an artist  is basically just sacrificing all basic human function for indefinite periods of time to put stuff on other stuff. 

benchandcompass:

nature doin’ its thing down there. 

your honor, my client is innocent. like, come on. for real. come on, your honor. seriously dude

Anonymous: How do you make your lines so clean yet still keep detail on the computer jfc

Traditionalism is usually the way I draw so it’s alot easier to add detail compared to digitally at least in my opinion, I work with a large surface area, and small sized pen tips (01 and 005 are all I use the majority of the time) and I have a few white pens to go over and correct and highlight areas. but I do use photoshop or sai to clean up mistakes if I need to or add details and gradients that were lost when I scan my work. 

When I do use a program to draw  / correct what I’ve drawn (sai is usually what I use) I use a large canvas and the line tool, helps keeps dots and lines consistent and small details can be added easier. It usually takes several layers of white (or whatever the canvas color is) over the ink color and then repeating my shading to get decent gradients.

Escapism: Part 2  Old Oaks 

where I sketch out landscapes that I’d like to experience  someday.

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naturalsceneries:

Unnamed hot spring at sunrise. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.

Source: bcfoto (reddit)

Escapism: Part 1 Great Heights

where I sketch out landscapes that I’d like to experience  someday.

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brutalgeneration:

keep me safe, keep me safe (by manyfires)

Paul Baribeau – Christmas Lights

newamericanweird:

Paul Baribeau / “Christmas Lights”

fresh snow on the suburbs 
staying at my parents
it hasn’t been a good year
but things are all right here

sleeping in the spare room
that used to be my bedroom
even though I’m home now
I feel completely homeless



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