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pupuroon replied to your post: dave bein dave

going to take that tablet away from you if you don’t stop killing me with cute expressions

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just as planned

you win so hard oh my gosh

lackadaisycats:

Hmm.  Looks rather better this way.

lackadaisycats:

Hmm.  Looks rather better this way.

phyte:

botany break

phyte:

botany break

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paperseverywhere:

since im so chatty today here’s a cute sketch of a thing im working on

timmy turner was a horrible person

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b-katherine said: How important do you find building colour palettes to be in your work? Do you build pre set ranges for spaces/characters/places/moods or do you find it easier to paint entirely in the moment?

dresdencodak:

Oh I plan the hell out of my colors. 80% of my painting time is just me stressing over whether I picked the right colors. I have tons of pre-set palettes for different locations and types of pages. Every scene, interaction, and character is color-coded. I’m incredibly anal about why someone’s shirt has to be blue or why two locations must have complementary color schemes, even if they don’t intersect.

I’ve learned that this type of attention to detail isn’t all that important to readers, but it’s one of those things that I just *have* to do because I’m me.