My name is Scott (33, Queer Male, He/Him)
I am a digital artist from Alaska, with a Bachelor's in Justice (long story). I have been active within the furry community since 2007, and have been actively drawing since 2002.
I am very flexible and open minded when it comes to most subjects and I love meeting new people and learning about their interests. That being said, I can't stand it when people are rude or intolerant towards each other. Manners costs you nothing.
I enjoy playing TTRPGs and often act as DM/Storyteller. I currently play and run D&D 5e, PF2e, and Scion 2e and tend to specialize in running medieval fantasy settings. I also love studying fairy tales and folk tales. My favorite fairy tale is Cinderella, especially Roger and Hammerstein's adaptation.
My primary goal is to become an art teacher within the fandom and help fellow furs learn how to draw and/or improve their artistic skills.
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I'm having another day of self-doubt.
As you all know, I love drawing a wide variety of things, but I'm wondering if I should -really-specialize.
What I mean by this is focusing on a topic or subject matter that I might want to be known for. Making a brand, basically
I mean, think of a particular kink or fandom that you enjoy. Is there an artists that you specifically identify with that subject? Would you be more likely to go to them over other artists for that kind of artwork?
Also, I guess I just want to learn how to get more people to interact with my work. Actually comment on it and share their thoughts so I don't feel like I'm just talking into the void. I usually don't get any interaction without adding incentive.