Anonymous asked: Hagrid from Harry Potter, yo!
Hagrid is cool, yo!
Reference is important for LEARNING. If you know you can’t seem to get something right, reference it.
You’re ability to recall how something works without the use of reference is what you’re trying to achieve. Don’t mistake this as saying “You always need reference.”
It doesn’t mean you suddenly stop drawing from imagination as a result. In fact, now you can do more thanks to have LEARNED from reference.
Fun fact: Artists are always learning. They never stop.
Fun fact 2: Everyone is always learning. They never stop.
Anonymous asked: How do I get over someone I was never with?
Heavy question! I would say that you’d have to move on from it somehow, like find a new person to focus your attention on. And I mean positive attention, not crushing, but hanging out or doing things with someone you can rely on, and cry to.
I cannot empathize, but that above is the best I can do.
pablophonic asked: I'd say Artie from Warehouse 13... Are you even nerdy enough to watch that?
I have not, but I want to watch it. Just haven’t had time to watch things that I want to. Though, I will take Artie from Pete and Pete.
markct asked: Sooo Fictional... Right.... that means not real. Zak is real. Um maybe Wario? I don't know this is harder than I thought.
christinamused asked: Harold and the purple crayon. One of my favorites!
I loved those books when I was a kid. I wanted to have a crayon like him so bad.
markct asked: I'd say.... Zak Galifinakis... Perhaps... Maybe it's the beard?
I get that a lot. But, he is a cool dude, so its alright :D