I just need to accept the fact that no matter how accurately I try to edit my drawings they will always look better in real life. And also, I don’t care how many notes this got. I’m still very proud of it.
Gerard Way from Projekt Revolution, as requested by a follower. Drawn in pencil.
My tattoo design for my Graphic Design class. My teacher was nice enough to let me hand-draw it. I’ve actually had this idea in my head for a while, everything symbolizes something.
Materials used: Pencil, Micron pens, Copic Multiliner pen, Copic markers, Prismacolor markers, Prismacolor colored pencils.
Please do not get this tattooed without my permission. Thank you.
Aww! Thank you! And I will, I promise.
For my best friend, and her undying love for the Unholyverse series.
I feel like it could have turned out better, but I had a few people disagree, so decide for yourself.
Materials used: Pencil, Micron pens, Copic markers, Prismacolor markers, Prismacolor colored pencils.
Thank you! I’m actually sixteen now, as of four days ago, haha.
At least 8-10 hours. With breaks, of course. But probably more on some of them. I don’t always keep track.
Frank Iero’s tattoos, requested by anon.
Materials used: Pencil, Micron pens, Copic marker, Prismacolor marker, Prismacolor colored pencils.
This is how much I improved. The first drawing and the second one are exactly seven months apart [November 2010 and July 2011].
This is just to prove to everyone out there how far practice can take you.
Omg hi! I didn’t know if anyone would actually read the post, it ended up being a little long.
Thank yooouu. And you’d be surprised how far practice can take you.