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Katrin
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
Germany
:twerk: by epictoothpasteTwerkalicous Stamp by feganten
here are some stamps that explain me quite well...
Ha Ha What Stamp - Meljoy68 by stamps-clubStudying Stamp by Kezzi-Rosesing by plztikphishphoodTankard by Burned-Ink
Daydreamer Stamp by StampMakerLKJI talk to my pet Stamp by Stamp221Password Stamp by Heart-StampAriel by Fyi-Sus
Edit Undo Stamp by HappyStampI'm Sorry stamp by HappyStampJesus Watches Me Stamp by dAStampdA Ruined My Life Stamp by dAStampOptimist Stamp by Melody-ChaosHappy Stamp by SeioraiSelf taught artist - stamp by Eirene86Why? stamp by aftersunsetstraditional art stamp. by danipantzz'Explaining' Stamp by Sonira-Stamps


Questions about my art:

How long have you been drawing?
Drawing in general: about 12 yrs (since early kindergarden)
Digital: about 3 years (since I joined dA)

What do you use?
Traditional art: Colored pencils, felt pens, erasors, fineliners...anything
Digital art: I draw on the Wacom intuos 1
My program is a free demo version of Adobe Photoshop.


Art Status:
Requests - never
Art trades - if I know you or if I ask you :3
Collabs - ask me (but I don't always want to be the one who colors ;^; )
Commissions - open!


commissions:
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:iconbratb2094:
BratB2094 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Your work looks great! GJ!
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BlackTempestBrony Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi! Can we do an art trade? Your art is very awesome! :3
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Queen-KittyKat Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm sorry but I don't do art trades ^^'
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DirakiaTheBraixen Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Cool dass ich auch ma was von diesem Zweitaccount erfahre ;-;
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Queen-KittyKat Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
.....ist das schlecht? xD
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DirakiaTheBraixen Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Für mich schon ja, dann weiss ich dass ich ordentlich was verpasst hab während ich mir dachte "Oh mann, wann kommt wieder ma was ;-; "
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Queen-KittyKat Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
meh...ich weiß auch nicht warum ich so wenig poste
Ich mal so viel aber ich behalte einfach alles für mich
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Lurinym Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Your stuff is awesome! I apologize if you've already been asked this a million times, but I'm really interested to know how you learned to draw so amazingly well at such a young age?
I'm also a self-taught teen artist (but much less skilled) and I'm wondering what the best methods to improve are, e.g. practice vs. studying/learning, studying other artists' work, studying speedpaints, drawing from real life, lots of quick sketches vs. a few big complete drawings... what things do you think have helped you the most, or is it just a mashup of lots of everything?
I'd be happy even with just a quick answer ^^'
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Queen-KittyKat Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thank you so so much x3
ooh I like that you mentioned these methods already
so out of all of them, what helped me the most was to study other artist's work.
I also do a LOT of sketches every single day while complete drawings are rather rare for me (and I guess that's good, I feel like it's harder to learn how to draw lines and how to shape everything well, than to learn how to color and shade)
I hope this helped or will help x3
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Lurinym Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm squeeing a bit now because this is the first time I actually talked to an amazing artist x3
Anyway it makes sense; my theory that it's basically a combo of practice and studying isn't disproven yet :P
I've already been wanting to both study art more and do more sketches, that gives me extra motivation. ^^ And that's interesting, I've always found shading and texturing to be harder than linework. I guess different people have trouble on different parts.
thanks so much for the response, it's valuable for an aspiring artist like me! :heart:
out of curiosity, have you ever considered posting WIPs or time lapses of your drawings? it's always interesting to see the process.
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