I’ve visited the SF Bay Area a few years ago, and I found it to be really nice and charming! It felt like it had the creative, easygoing culture from my college city as well as the comforts of home. I did hear that the cost of living is higher, but I’m sure it’s worth being there! An old professor of mine recently moved out there and is loving it. I do consider the SF Bay Area as a possibility. Thanks for your input, it was really insightful! :D
I had no idea what was in Alaska! I guess there’s pockets of artistic places all over the country. I think it’s personally too much of a jump for me to consider it as a place to live, but thanks for your input, it was interesting to learn something new! :)
Where are you from?
I’m just curious to where you guys are from, the places you’ve been, and if you like where you live.
I’ve been hoping to move out of the suburbs of Virginia to a new place in the future that’s more artist/creative friendly, but I’ve been hearing good and bad things about differently places lately (ex: California, L.A., Colorado, New Jersey, New York, etc). It’s dizzying me up- like where is a good place to be/live?? Your thoughts?
Finished mini Pokemon prints for Nekocon! They’re done in watercolor and acrylic ink. I drew Brendan sleeping on his tumtum because my boyfriend sleeps on his tumtum, too. haha
I’m so excited for the release of Pokemon Alpha Sapphire/Omega Ruby! I’ve been waiting for a remake of one of my favorite games for so long. ; u ;
If you’re attending Nekocon this November, please come say hi! :D
Working on watercolor Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby mini prints for Nekocon and to also celebrate their release on November 21! \(◕‿◕✿)/
Sweet potatoes with awkward faces (with the Korean word for ‘sweet potato’)~! A fun mini print I’ll have at Nekocon. I think they’ll make a fun little sticker sheet, too~
Also, to my native Korean speakers, sorry I write like a 4 year old! I was born and raised in the U.S. and also a Korean school dropout ( I always got in trouble for bad grammar and just doing poorly). I know I got the grammar right, though! haha
It’s finally starting to feel like fall~! And don’t listen to what people say- drink all the pumpkin spice lattes you want!
Just finished my painting after work today! I love all the inner senshi, but Makoto/Sailor Jupiter is my favorite (besides Usagi/Sailor Moon). I love how strong, boyish yet feminine, kind, sensitive, and gentle she is. I chose the Gladiolus (from Latin, the diminutive of gladius, a sword) for her because it symbolizes strength of character, faithfulness, and generosity.
This didn’t really turn out the way…. I was hoping it would. hahaha, I hope you like it anyway! I’m planning on doing a series and paint the other inner senshi, too! I’ll be selling prints of this at Nekocon and hopefully other cons next year. :)
Materials: watercolor, acrylic ink, pastel
Size: 11in x 17in
Hi everyone! Things have been pretty busy, and I’m still trying to gear up for Nekocon. My boyfriend goes to conventions a lot to do his videography work, and he’s been telling me that I should really hustle to put myself/my work our there because he thinks that I’ll do well (bless his little kawaii heart). So I’ve been talking/planning on going to some with him next year and looking into applying for the Artist Alley at other conventions. I’ll be able to create more artwork and goodies!
Let me know if you’re a con-goer/artist yourself, your favorite conventions, what sort of things you like/look for in the artist alley, what you’d like to see (fanart, original, ocs, plant studies idk), how I can make this blog better and more fun for us, anything really!
I’ll try to be more active here. Thanks for following and sticking around as always! :)
2nd set of WIPS of my Sailor Jupiter painting . :)