|Congratulations, you are now here - you have arrived somehow at my page. Welcome to my little corner of the internet, and perhaps now you are wondering what next to do. Allow me to offer some suggestions:|
If you are a stalker, please consider shooting me a friend request via Facebook, it will enhance the effect if you are named Candy or maybe Coco. Immediately flood me with lewd, robotic messages - sell me something, sweetheart.
Subscribe to my Livestream Channel. Mock my nasal voice; listen carefully for the crumbling sound of my fragile ego.
Watch me here on DeviantArt. Make sure to watch my journals where occasionally I deign to share opinions on the net; have a violent disagreement with me and then Unwatch me.
Realize that you're about to read all of these. Smash your face into the nearest solid object and die in order to prevent this from happening.
Go contribute to the Recommended Reading List, make sure to suggest at least thirty books; make sure that everybody knows how outstandingly refined your tastes are.
Decide that you're completely fed up with my bullshit and unsubscribe to everything but my Sketchblog, where I post exclusively art.
Develop immediate withdrawal symptoms and subscribe to my vitriolic stream of consciousness via. Twitter.
Alternatively, if none of these seems to be working out, you can always dial the Mental Health Hotline for professional assistance.
Hey guys, there's just a little thing I'd like to mention. A lot of you have asked me how long I've been drawing for, or how often I draw. The answer is pretty much non-stop for the past three and a half years. By saying that I'm always drawing, I mean that I'm drawing twelve or more hours every day.
Most of what I draw just sits on my desk collecting dust. Occasionally I'll pick out something and upload it, but mostly I prefer to keep drawing. To put this into perspective, for every upload I probably fill out ten pages worth of sketches and hammer out a half dozen throwaway paintings, all of which remain unseen.
The unseen work is important. It keeps me from feeling like I'm tap dancing a stage performance. It means there are always a lot of rough ideas to draw on whenever I'm feeling dry. Create enough unseen work and inevitably you'll eventually want to show some of it off.