All the homies are here
HE MADE HONEDGE
WHAT NERDS I FUCKING LOVE IT. I just wish the eye jem was a bit lighter but WHATEVER MAN THIS IS RAD. Man at Arms is so cool ;-;
this is my final contribution to this fandom
trashy-prince said: what the fuck! i thought that looked a lil sachiko. awesome. where’d you find yoiko yokochou?
On tumblr, actually. I saw their work and thought it looked a lil familiar, actually (though I can’t remember from where). I totally dig their work though, especially how they draw people who look scared or tired. There’s an awesome subtlety to it that I’m desperately trying to nail in my own work
woah geez. Well, I already answered 5, 11, and 13, so…
3: I drew this after getting totally shit on in 2 games of mario kart, so here’s that
9: Literally hundreds. Its like I come up with a new story monthly and they’re all really involved and its a huge problem because I never know what I want to work on. The most recent (and the one I’m most excited about) is an FBI agent who has the ability/technology to share dreams with other people. He’s using his ability to investigate strange deaths in a lake town where people are drowning in their sleep, and yet are completely dry. He’s a very tired man who is a little out of touch with the people around him. He can see a dream and figure out what the pieces mean, but doesn’t really know or understand why they mean the things they do. When he discovers a strange creature that appears in the dreams of multiple people AND is apparently causing the deaths, things start getting weird.
12: My favorite thing to draw is super fun action nonsense. People flying through windows, particles and things shooting all over the plase, nauseating perspective, grisly and wild facial expressions, that stuff. I love to cut loose and go nuts, and I try to find an excuse to do that whenever I can
15: I come up with a million ideas at once, and its always a bit of a problem. If I never came up with another new story idea, I’d probably have enough worlds and ideas with different themes to keep me going for the rest of my life. Problem with it is, I have trouble deciding what idea I want to work on at any given moment, and right as I get going with something or hit a wall with it, I come up with another and it throws the whole thing apart. I really gotta learn to buckle down and stay focused on one thing long enough to see it through and finished, so I hope to do it with the story I mentioned above in question 9!