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kayleigh
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
Canada
I am 19 years old, living in B.C., and probably the laziest goddamn artist you will never meet.
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Not sure what's going on. My head is full of cotton and my mind is on pins and needles. It's like I roll my eyes back and it's not even black, just nothing.

It's like I'm swimming around, but not really swimming. Like floating but in a sinking sort of way.

Slow falling?

Falling forward?

Backward?

What's going on?

Where am I?

I feel like I can't pinpoint where I am right now. What am I accomplishing here? I can't even write coherently, it's just questions stringed together, which now that I think about it is a fairly accurate portrayal of my daily thought process and why my current state is...confusing to say the least.

The motivation is gone, to do work and to procrastinate. I've met a wall without frustration surprisingly.

I despise the wall.

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Randomfox720 Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Watched and gave a llama!
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TheSkyIsFullOfDreams Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2014
happy birthday! :) (Smile) Have your cake and eat it too 
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Whazizname Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2014   General Artist
Enjoy the Birthday!!!!
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:)
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ByOmer Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love animals and I just start drawing them, I loved how you draw fur and thats what Im not good at, can you give me some advices about fur, especially I couldnt draw white fur on black, how can I?
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kayleighmc Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nice to see someone else with similar interests, sure!

I first use a pencil with a very hard led, so much so that when I draw onto the paper, nothing actually shows up. Instead, an "indent" is created in the paper (like small hairs in fur). After, I shade (with a normal pencil) around the outside of the area of white fur, then I use an eraser on that shaded region to make the general shape of a patch of fur.

Hopefully that isn't too complicated. Its late at night and I can't type :3

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