Twilight Sparkle necklace that I made earlier this year.
Some resin earrings I’ve made. Clippies too~
emeraltana asked: In addition to markers, do you use other traditional media in your works?
Lately I’ve just been using copics, sharpies, paint pens and pencil, specifically H2 and H3. Back in the day I used to experiment with a lot of other mediums, but I’m finding that the tools I listed above are really my calling. They just feel right. （＾ｖ＾）
Copic markers I own so far…
E00 E11 E13 E15 E95 E97 E99
R12 R14 R17 R20
Y00 Y13 Y18
BG10 BG13 BG72 BG78
I NEED MORE!!! (o;☆ω☆)o
I was eight years old when I first played FFIV/FF2 in 1991. Rydia means quite a bit to me. She was the first female child character I had run across since I started playing games. I was totally enamored; A girl about the same age as me with a tragic backstory who could summon monsters and use magic. I was heartbroken when she was eaten by Leviathan and I cheered when she saved Cecil and co from Golbez by using her mother’s Mist Dragon. Rydia was and still is my hero.
Original Character. He’s supposed to be having a bad dream, but le boyfriend thinks he looks slightly pornographic… ┐(￣ヮ￣)┌ I am okay with this~
My thoughts on Neopiko and Copic (Really long post, kinda rant-ish)
So I think I bought my Neopiko-2 markers back in 2005.
Not surprisingly many of them have gone dry on me and now I’m trying to replace them with Copic markers.
But why buy Copic now?
Do you do this?
Many times when I’m drawing, sketching, coloring or doing anything art related, I have this weird habit of creating a mock documentary in my head about myself and my art. For example, in my mental documentary, I talk about the process I go though when I finish a piece of work. Am I the only one who does this? Am I a little on the coocoo side?
Regardless of my sanity, it kind of pumps me up while I draw and keeps me going~ ♪(´ε｀ )
My first video game crush ♥～(‘▽^人) Cecil from Final Fantasy IV