Jess(i?e+)? or Hope (she/he/they, он/она)
icon by alohasushicore (picrew link)
multifandom, sfw blog (rare cases of #nsfw and #suggestive are tagged accordingly)
i draw, write (in Russian), animate things. creations are tagged as #babkart
black lives matter
bought realistic paint studio since it's on sale for $10 and i thought it would be cute for sketching. i really liked the pencils and pastels brush physics and will probably use those to do thumbnail sketches. i don't know enough about watercolors or oil paints to comment on those, but the brush textures seem pretty nice.
If you're looking at reviews for this, i think most of them were made in october or at least before ver 1.20 came out. v1.20 fixes some of the issues people had, mainly to do with canvases being locked to 72dpi (you can make a custom canvas and change the dpi/dimensions) and the frames being tied to whether you're saving as png or jpg
No Mysteries Here
It takes a keen eye to find the ideal pumpkin for jack-o'-lantern carving; who better suited to the task than Velma and Marcie?
(While Marcie's sexuality was never stated as specifically lesbian, it felt rude to leave her out of the piece with Velma, given their relationship.)
Piece #8 for Spooky Celebrations, with International Lesbian Day.
Inktober Day 28: Ride
id say this is a pretty decent car from someone who has no idea how to draw cars. like, if you squint it looks kinda like what your mental image of a car is