So I joke with my friend that goes to Georgia Tech that because I went to weirdo art college, I’m fascinated by the concept of the standard college “quad” because I’ve only seen it in college movies, with frisbee and hackysack and football and pure raw AMERICA and whatever, not another weirdo drawing stuff in sight

And she’s like, lol I doubt it’s different from your college experience

And then I accompanied her to the GT quad and this spontaneous jam session happened and there were peep marshmallows roasting over a fire and peep-smores and frisbee and skateboarders and hackysack and

and what did I do

powercami5000:

My take on Thumbelina for SketchDailies, brought to you by all the anole lizards sneaking into my housePSA~*~ free worldwide shipping on everything in my Society6 till midnight tomorrow night with this promo link! I added a print of Thumb on there ‘cause hey

Morning reblog for my Society6 free shipping promo, ends midnight tonight!

powercami5000:

My take on Thumbelina for SketchDailies, brought to you by all the anole lizards sneaking into my house

PSA~*~ free worldwide shipping on everything in my Society6 till midnight tomorrow night with this promo link! I added a print of Thumb on there ‘cause hey

Morning reblog for my Society6 free shipping promo, ends midnight tonight!



Nothin too exciting to show, but this was a really cool little exercise to do- This was another assignment from taking CGMA’s Art of Color and Light course last semester, where we did some color study paintings from photos that encouraged avoiding the eyedropper tool and gauging the color relationships on your own. (reference photos on right, paintings on left)

The lovely photography referenced in the top 2 belong to Matt Lief Anderson!
edit: the preview on this dude is hella blurry, full size for premium crispiness
Nothin too exciting to show, but this was a really cool little exercise to do- This was another assignment from taking CGMA’s Art of Color and Light course last semester, where we did some color study paintings from photos that encouraged avoiding the eyedropper tool and gauging the color relationships on your own. (reference photos on right, paintings on left)

The lovely photography referenced in the top 2 belong to Matt Lief Anderson!

edit: the preview on this dude is hella blurry, full size for premium crispiness