You may call me the Lord of the Uttercold... or just Arctic-Master. My friends call me A.M. I'm just your friendly, neighborhood weirdo. Nothing more to see here.
(Apologies in advance for any fav spamming I may do on your page. Chances are, I just discovered your artwork through "Featured Collections" or worse "More from DevianArt." I'm not a bot. D: And again, sorry in advance.)
-Draws, writes, RPs, D&Ds, and has an interests in a list of other crap that you probably won't read.
-Am new to Digital art. Fear my crappy skills! D:
-Currently Skeptical of a higher power. Formerly biblical religious.
-Overall friendly, 90% less ranty, 10% more ready to kick some ass.
Interests: Pokémon, TF2, DBZ, Dungeons and Dragons, Shadowrun, World of Darkness (nWOD)... errr, women's Kimonos... ummm... bondage? o_o;
Key things about me:
-I repost ONLY with one's permission or after purchase of one's work. If seen anywhere aside from designated sites under someone else's name aside from the commissioner, it's stolen.
-For the most part, I'm no longer going to return watches. Watching too many people and have recently had to bin a few watchers to whom I asked "Why am I watching this person?!" ono; The only exception is if I regularly communicate with that person outside of art.
-My artwork is for the eyes of members of dA only. While I do have a Tumblr, I BARELY post anything on it. :/ Sorry about that...
-I [try to] remember birthdays~
-I check visitors. O.o; ... Most of the time...
Welp, that's all there is to know about me. Hope the rest is told through my efforts. But regardless, thanks for visiting, thanks for enjoying my arts and others and you're all awesome!
So you think you're not good at artIn more recent years of interacting with groups of people who all express an interest in art. A common trait was that they would put their artwork down because they found something with better skills in comparison to them. I have gotten far from studying and working on improving my craft. If you truly want to improve then work for it, I have never seen anyone improve their art without having to study the fundamentals. In a range of perspective and ideals, everyone wants to be good at something and feel like they have that something. Excuses do no good, if you want to improve then there is nothing holding you back. Even if it's for 30 minutes a day or one day a week, it's better than complaining and feeling bad. There are free resources on tumblr, twitter, youtube, and even here. Art is not like singing, you can bend and mold what art you do and how it looks. You can draw you just may not be good at it. That's okay, all the professionals you look up to struggled to get there. No one is