>>44047 ngl man you should probably just take a break from drawing entirely if this is the case, I just flat out stopped drawing for a year and it helped a lot. I ended up just wanting to draw instead of forcing myself.
>Buy tablet for Digital Art >Get a sub $100 screenless model >Plug it in computer >Just Works I must have been very fortunate, since I was already used to screenless. I had to take some time and buy some tools to practice traditional sketching again, but I think that was a good choice just for the sake of improving my skills.
Mary, a very beautiful Zookeeper from the very first episode of Johnny Bravo, and she is, in Johnny's opinion "smokin' hot". This was that girl that he ever tried to "score". He did it by attempting to catch a runaway gorilla and then going on a date. She has auburn hair, but the other girls that look like her have black and blonde hair, with the same hairstyle as Mary does. She is voiced by Soleil Moon Frye.
Drew this for a project on /co/ where they're trying to make a cartoon, I'd asked what to draw for practice and someone told me to pick from a group of characters they made. Two had sodas, so I made them hold a toast.
/ic/ didn't give me a clear answer and I really need advice. I want to make a webcomic and also make fetish art, I'm unsure if I should start with the webcomics and then move to fetish art or vise versa because I'm afraid one will affect the other and drive my audience and respect away. I'm leaning towards starting with fetish art because I need money.
I've heard there have been some people who did fetish art and had successful careers but my fetish diapers dosn't get my ny friends on town.
>>43938 Kinda? OP is leaning on fetish to clean anyway. Mostly you want to build an image as a professional worker that delivers things in a timely manner. You don't wanna be that guy people talk about needing half a year to do a single comm or who throws a fit when a few go all "eww your stuff is weird."