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The FilmJamie dropped onto the couch next to Kev. “Oof, I’m full! I bet I’ll need to double my gym hours for the rest of the year just to make up for today!”The Film by Erkhyan
The smaller man chuckled and gave Jamie a one-armed hug. “Or you could just double your efforts in bed, hon…”
An annoyed groan came from the kitchen. “Aw, come on, you guys! Keep it for the bedroom!”
Jamie and Kev snickered. Andy, Kev’s roommate, worked in a flower store and often complained about all the lovey-dovey couples he had to deal with. He generally didn’t complain about Jamie and Kev themselves, though he tended to roll his eyes a lot around them.
Jamie stretched, making his joints pop. “Aaaaaall right. I’m not quite ready for bed yet…”
Kev pouted. “Aww.”
Jamie winked at him and continued speaking. “… so, anyone up for a flick?”
“I’m all for that,” Andy called out. “Just as long as it
I’ve wanted to change my fursona for a while. I decided on a fossa a few months ago, but never got to drawing it.
Since I turned 30 a couple of weeks ago and bought myself a Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet, I figured I might as well put it to use.
A bit of self-critique: I’m not that good at inking. Somehow the result always looks still sketchy.
6.5-hour-long power outage during a week-end + recently bought Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet = I finally got to draw my redesigned fursona (I actually decided on a fossa months ago, but laziness/procrastination/work/stress got in the way).
Still unfinished, but at least this sketch stands a much better chance at being completed in the future than any of my previous attempts.
A few days ago I got blasted by an artist for daring to say that I was not a fan of one — one — part of his picture, while acknowledging that it was only a matter of taste. I also faved the picture and gave it four stars out of five on SoFurry.
That... didn't go over too well, and apparently the artist (and his boyfriend) took it as an attack on his skills, his ability, on his artistic style even! When I tried to defend my initial comment, I apparently earned a few more insults and a block, and an accusation that I would have acted the same way they did if someone had left a similar comment on one of my pictures. Then the whole conversation was promptly deleted.
So, let me get this straight: I will never, never react with hostility to a comment of yours stating a mere preference. You don't like how I draw paws? You don't like the way I draw muzzles? As long as you don't outright insult me or my abilities, and as long as your words remain free of open hostility, I won't mind at all. Who knows, I might even enjoy discussing matters with you.
But one thing I will never do, contrary to the aforementioned artist, is to go through your gallery and insult you and your artistic abilities just because you didn't agree 100% with my tastes and stylistic choices.
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