Sketch of Crist and Dom from avi.
oh boy, sorry not-sorry.
I love in the first pic of him i was trying to go for serene or contemplative… but he looks like he’s just praying for the patience to deal with his idiotic brother.
Theodox, an oldie but still a favourite of mine. I recently did this redesign of him… in large part based off a stunningly gorgeous model (in case someone recognizes the middle bottom sketch as familiar). I drew him with both his messy / hair he has when he works at home and with his sleek styling for when he feels he needs to be presentable.
sarahspondus asked: Your artwork is stunning and I love you
;3; awe thanks so much, i feel loved.
dude who else
Anonymous asked: Just wanted to say that I really love your stlye and I wish I could draw like you. Your style is so inspiring and basically my ideal. Thanks for the inspiration, you are wonderful!
Ahhh gosh! Why is everyone so bloody nice. Thanks so much ;; and you’re very welcome. <3
jackdawss asked: your art style is beautiful. followed!
ahhh thanks so much ;;
loki and thor and loki
Anonymous asked: Hello Hunter! I'm really sorry if you've received this sort of question before, but who/what are some of your inspirations and influences?
I have so many…Its really hard to make these lists… I think i made one somewhere before but I can’t for the life of me remember. Anyways, I guess I can label a few artists.
CLAMP, Barbucci Canepa, Didier Cassegrain, Alphonse Mucha, Akihiko Yoshida, Hyeung Tae Kim, Yoshitaka Amano, Adam Hughes, JC Leyendecker, Coey + Shy, Brom, Yukiru Sugisaki, Ian McCaig, Phobs, Stephan McGowan, Eric Freitas, GrandYoukan, Jon Foster, Steve McCurry, Alexander McQueen, Claire Wendling…. and so many more. x_x
Anonymous asked: any suggestions / tips for adjusting one's drawing style? I really dislike my style, and actively try to change it, but find everything wandering back to look the same. :/
Hey anon, just answered this two asks down. :) Take a gander there.
Anonymous asked: your recent loki drawing is just... dchhbjgfd augh ♡ i cannot. its so beautiful.
Oh thanks ;3;
emlostherpencil asked: Oh my goodness, I LOVE your Loki sketches. Perfection. :) You're an artist I very much admire and your work is constantly inspiring me to work harder with my own drawing. I have one question. Your style is so unique and developed. Do you have any advice for artists who are struggling with their own styles and way of drawing? I've been drawing since I can remember, but I still struggle a lot with consistency in how I draw. Thank you for being amazing! It would awesome to hear back from you. -Em
Having a style is something you need to research and study and repeat over and over again to get right. A lot of amateur artists and otherwise believe it’s just something that happens if you do art stuff enough, but I couldn’t disagree more. Sure, if you don’t practice or consciously think about your style, something will fall out of your pen and onto the page, but chances are it won’t be nearly as interesting or focused as it could be. Sometimes style can evolve and grow over time with enough repetition, but i find that’s the slow way around.
Every artists’ style is born from what they love that surrounds them everyday, then looking at these things and stealing bits and pieces. What I would recommend is looking at the styles you love and looking at the real life objects / people that you love and adapt the parts of what you love into your work. Practice how they do that one thing (example: I love CLAMP’s work with hair and fabric… i mixed that with Alphonse Mucha and other varying artists from around the world to get where i am now. I’m still finding new inspiration for fabric and hair and i incorporate them when I see it), and do that thing over and over again, with everything, all the time. Learn how they do it, study the forms, re-draw the forms. This is part of learning how to draw what you see and as you learn to draw, style will present itself and you can either take it or leave it. I would hazard to say that you can’t really find your style proper until you’ve found out how you draw. I’m still figuring out how to draw and my style is still following behind my knowledge, always a few steps back from what i’ve just digested.
And then.. just when you’ve got something.. you’ll want to change again. Style is ever changing, even within the same day, so let it and just do your best to learn. Happy mistakes happen so its really not the end of the world if something doesn’t turn out just how you imagined. It will be frustrating as hell though, and that’s when dedication comes into play.
Loki Laufeyson. Quick doodle to channel the feels.