This profile is a work in progress. Bear with me while I get it set up.
Joined 31 January 2015
on 18 August 2015 at 14:51:05 MDT
on 9 August 2015 at 13:22:43 MDT
Allow me to compliment your exquisite and overtly finespun artistry. Your works are outstanding and purely magnificent.
I am looking forward to see more of you around here.
What inspires you most in art, if I may ask? And furthermore, if you would permit me my curiosity, what attracts you most to anthropomorphism and the furry fandom?
on 9 August 2015 at 13:43:18 MDT
That is flattering beyond words; I really appreciate your kindness.
I'm mostly inspired by ordinary life, I think the mundane is sort of beautiful and important, and I want to portray that a bit in my art. The furry fandom on the other hand, I really can't say what attracted me to it, but it's something I found myself interested in and have more recently begun creating my own art (about a year ago I believe was when I first started drawing furry art). It's hard to place, but it's honestly all over the place.
on 9 August 2015 at 14:30:53 MDT
I definitely noticed a combination between anthropomorphism and slice-of-life elements as well as the mundane in your works and I have to say, you present a very appealing concept by doing so.
I think it would be curious, at the very least, to see how different anthropomorphic species would live their lives and how they would behave in different mundane situations; such as a stag trying to figure how to dress itself without his antlers ruining his new shirt, and thousands other scenarios.
Therefore, I like what you present here, as well as all your other arts; and I'll most certainly keep an eye on your works. I am looking forward to see what you bring up in the future.
What other hobbies would you happen to have, if I may ask?
on 9 August 2015 at 18:20:27 MDT
Ha! I actually like that direction. I try to focus on portraits and situations that build relationships, but I haven't actually thought of it in that sense.And thank you again, I hope I can continue to impress!These days I mostly pass time playing video games, singing, or reading a little. I write on occasion, but that's far too unpolished to be posting anywhere.
on 10 August 2015 at 04:41:16 MDT
Situations that build relationships, you say? Such as the one portrayed in your "Refills Please", am I correct?That was a splendid piece, by the way. Your work over the details, scenery and characters was meticulous and I enjoy how well you conveyed their expressions as they felt radiating with carouse, the one on the left at least.
So, you claim to be reading and writing? How magnificent. I am a writer myself as well (and a reader too). Mayhaps we could talk about this subjects in detail, if you would like.
What subjects and themes do you pursue in your writing, if I may ask? Shall I assume you opt for almost the same things as in your visual artworks? Also, what books or authors do you favour?
Also, what video games do you play?
I dare say, it was a delightful experience stumbling upon you. I am glad to have made your acquaintance.
on 11 August 2015 at 04:15:03 MDT
Correct, and I'm flattered by your kind words. I must admit though that the file uploaded isn't quite an accurate reflection of the product itself as I was forced to photograph it and send it to a friend to edit it together in a more cohesive manner. It's more-or-less one-to-one, but there are some differences in the lighting that make parts of it seem darker than intended.
And I'd be glad to discuss such with you; I need to find the time to read your work as soon as humanly possible. To answer your subsequent question, I do consider very similar themes as well although it requires quite a bit more polish before I'm ready to post them here. As far as authors are concerned, I've most recently acquired a taste for David Mitchell and Haruki Murakami and have read "The Bone Clocks" and "Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki" respectively. Aside from that I also read Alan Moore's "Watchmen".
As far as video games are concerned I don't really have any sense of focus, but anything with decent design and a passable story can get me interested (Metal Gear's story and writing are a little rough, but as games they play magnificently), but my favorites are a better blend of both like Persona 4 and the Mass Effect Trilogy. There are others that I enjoy, but I cannot be damned to remember them it seems.
I must say it was delightful to make your acquaintance as well.
on 11 August 2015 at 05:25:27 MDT
Well, I must say, the darker tone paints the kind of dim atmospheres you find in smoke-clogged pubs. So I would not say it is devoid of victory.
Oh, and should you happen to read my works, know that I look eager to hear your opinions and feedback. I have to admit though, Far-Eastern literature is something I never touched, so you will have to tell me more about Haruki Murakami and his work(s). What is it that you like most about this author and his literature?
I am more a fan of European literature myself, part of it because it dwells in themes and subjects I can actively connect with such as European Folklore, History, World Wars, lifestyle and strives.The same goes with my writing, I adopt European settings because those are the ones I can understand and empathize with most, unless we are talking about Fantasy and Science-Fiction, then I go all bombastic with creativity.
"Watchmen", that is the comic book, right? With Rorschach, am I correct? I watched the movie adaptation and I was pleasantly intrigued by how it conveyed this whole super-hero thing in such a dark and somber spectrum. They turned them from men of steel and social idols into urban oddities man fears and misunderstands, or so I felt.
Oh, nice to see someone else who likes Mass Effect, I dare say. May I assume you to be a fan of RPGs?