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Anonymous asked: wHOA DO YOU WRITE THE LETTERS IN YOUR ART OR DO YOU LIKE HAVE SOME FONT ITS SO C OOL???

YEAH I write most of the words in my art bc im lazy and it’s easier to fit it with the art that way HA H H A

Anonymous asked: my friend looks almost like Fay to me except they're a bit softer in the face and the hair is curly. they don't believe me tho cause Fay is amazing and they stalk your blog tbh

OH HEH THAT”S REALLY CUTE OMG Fay’s hair used to be kinda curly 

IM SURE Your friend is much cuter than fay WINKS

I WONDER what my mind would look like as a garden

Anonymous asked: Ur the buttlord

it is my destiny

Anonymous asked: hello!! sorry to bother, but i saw you did a comic, and was wondering how often you draw/how long it takes you to so a drawing? also, can you make a palette of all your skin tones cause theyre really nice ^^ thank u

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UHHH I TAKE anywhere from 1-5 hours++ to draw something and for the comic, one full update takes around a day maybe?? But if you include the time I take to think of stuff it’s more like a month HAHA

I don’t keep swatches anymore, I used to but then i realized that I don’t use them LOL I don’t have a fixed palette for skin tones but I mosiac’d some of my recent drawings for you HOPE THAT HELPS

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akkochi asked: hhhhh your art is so beautiful u v u. I'm wondering if you could do some references on backs? Of course only if you have time and feel like doing so o v o;;;

forgive my handwriting I HOPE THIS HELPS A LITTLE BC IM NOT RLY SURE IF IT MAKES SENSE also here are some pics of rl backs which you can also locate via google 1,2,3,4,5(nsfw bc butt) 

Anonymous asked: Kel, as an artist, does it offend you if someone's style looks similiar to yours?

I do feel a bit weirded out when I see people with a similar style as another artist but PERSONALLY I don’t think I’d find it offensive bc it COULD be a coincidence (I don’t think I have a very distinct style anyway) and I think style emulation is a phase that every artist goes through at some point in their life.

Every artist starts by emulating, be it from another artist or from real life, and it’s how you grow and learn. I don’t think it’s a bad thing bc I believe that most people eventually grow out of it and find their own way, so it’s not something I’d get upset over. I went through a bunch of phases when I was younger, I did powerpuff girls style, Kaori yuki’s style and Vampire Knight’s style?? LAUGHS I’m still a little lost when it comes to identifying my style rn tbh

ALSO IT IS ONE THING TO EMULATE A STYLE but it is another to copy/ copy elements directly from another artist’s work and the latter is something I absolutely do not agree with.

Anonymous asked: Kel do you draw your lines after all the coloring? Or before? I can't teeeellll...

it depends on how i feel like doing things but most of the time I do both!

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Anonymous asked: Hi, Kel. Lately, I've started comparing myself to other artists on here, and I can't tell you how miserable I've been. I no longer look at my art with pride and instead I hate it. I don't like this feeling because I am seriously considering to stop drawing completely because how I'm hurting myself by comparing my art with others. How do you avoid that? How do I motivate myself to stay strong and not give up? So sorry for such a long ask

I think comparing yourself to other people is unavoidable, especially with the internet and sharing sites like tumblr, and I don’t necessarily think it’s a BAD thing to compare, bc that’s what helps you identify your own strengths and weaknesses as an artist. 

OK:
1) WHEN YOU see a piece of work online or anywhere, remember this is the product of LOTS OF TIME AND EFFORT, not just the sketches that go into this particular drawing, not just something the artist magically spits out; It’s the effort of all the years the artist has spent drawing and working on their art.

2) If you like someone’s art, THINK about why you like it, don’t just go: oh this person’s art is so much better than mine. THINK about how they got those colors and how you can incorporate that into your work. It also doesn’t hurt to ask the artist.

3) YOU HAVE TO PUT IN WORK if you want results. It doesn’t matter if you’re drawing for fun, or for school/work, IF YOU want to get better, the answer is always the same, you gotta keep on drawing.

4) HAVE PATIENCE. You will not get immediate results with art and if you continuously strive for quick results, you will only get more frustrated and upset with yourself.

5) REMEMBER that no one can draw like you. Even if someone copies your drawings line for line, it still won’t be exactly the same, SO HEY, with every drawing you’re adding something absolutely unique to the art world. You have BOTH strengths and weaknesses, so don’t be so quick to dismiss what you can do in favor of what you might not be so good at.

There will always be someone better than you and if people used that as a reason to give up on art, we will be missing out on a lot of amazing artists, SO STAY STRONG ANON, keep on drawing and I know you will get to where you want to be someday

Anonymous asked: It's so weird seeing Fay with blonde hair now! Still a q t but just a bit woah. I dig pls B^)))

I’VE GOTTEN TOO USED TO DRAWING HIM WITH BLOND HAIR I CAN”T GO BACK NOW

HI I'M KEL

I draw sometimes

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