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Let's Paint A Picture by Dark-Heart1238

Overall, looks great. I would suggest, however, you use possibly a light gray color on the black dog's inner ears, glasses and face, wi...



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I might get around to posting stuff here soon now that finals are over, and while I still have goals to meet, they're not so distant anymore.
So those of you still following me might be looking at my page and going "What the hell? What's with this stuff? Is anything from you ever consistent?" And the short answer to that is no. Nothing from me is really consistent. My Deviantart page is for a few things. The first and foremost being a place to keep shit whenever I feel like it deserves to be up there. I've done work that I'll never ever put up here. It's out for the whole world to see. If I do a shitty drawing, I don't want an audience looking at a shitty drawing. The other main thing I've had it for is a place to showcase my graphic design. Obviously there are a couple flaws with my last couple pieces of work, namely the Bass Cannon wallpaper. I love it, I think it's cool, but it never turned out to be as good as I pictured it being. So that won't go up on my Wix, where I showcase my best graphic design, editing and motion graphics.

The thing here is that I've noticed a trend from year to year. That trend is that during the late summer, and usually through the fall, I'm more creative and I seem to pump out more shit than I expect to. I always have at least 3 projects on my plate, whether it's an editing thing, motion graphics, a drawing, outlining/coloring, whatever. Right now, I've got 3 mandatory editing projects, a drawing, a flash animation and some mandatory (I promised this to my employer) graphic design. Most of the graphic design will probably end up here. Just a heads-up, it's nothing too geeky or anything, but it should hopefully be good. I'm making logos for wrestlers. They don't know it yet, but that's what I told my employer I said I could do, and he said I was allowed to. So I will.

But the thing is that whatever I pump out isn't usually what I expect to pump out. I'll get some of the unexpected things finished and out there before I get the expected things out there. It's weird.

Anyway, I'm now living IN Chicago, and it's so much easier to do things. I'm pretty sure this place is the capital of convenience. I can get coffee, sandwiches, pizza, and whatever else within 30 minutes (sometimes all of it within that given time), I can get to school easily, and there are at least 3 shopping centers nearby where I can get practically anything. It's awesome.

I've also taken a HUGE interest in the band Rush, and it clearly shows in my favorites list. Clockwork Angels practically mirrors my own religious life, whether that's intentional or not. I know Rush is a progressive band and they're mostly anti-religious, or at least Neil Peart is. Neil Peart is someone who I've increasingly admired, but I've never had a big "boom" of admiring him. And I admire him not only as a drummer, but as an artist, a writer, a thinker, and simply as a person. The same person who wrote "Limelight" which illustrated his discomfort with fame, still ended up saying "It's something that's part of the package, and it's something you have to deal with" Not many famous people are like that. Granted, not many famous people were uncomfortable with that, but still. Unlike many people in his position, he grew from his experiences and became a better person.
  • Listening to: BU2B by Rush
  • Reading: these words on the screen
  • Watching: me type these words onscreen
  • Playing: I dunno.
  • Eating: does saliva count?
  • Drinking: ^


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Ian Fitch
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
United States
I drum, voice act, abridge... yeah.

Image/photo programs I use:
Gimp 2.6
Adobe Creative Cloud:
- Photoshop
- Illustrator
- Premiere
- After Effects
- Audition

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Sarieu Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2015  Student Digital Artist
And for the fave as well! 
Sarieu Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2015  Student Digital Artist
I'm sorry this is late but I want to thank you so very much for the watch and for the faves as well! It means the world to me! >w< :heart::tighthug: 
concreteBuilding Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
No problem ^^
DarkRiderDLMC Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2015
Down off of Jackson BLVD, real close to Halstead is a Italian beef place that makes an Italian sausage, italian beef combo sammi to kill or die for.

Came to say thanks for your concern, saw you were living in Chicago and figured I could do something nice in return.
DarkRiderDLMC Featured By Owner May 21, 2015
FishMelon Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
IaZ you are too good at art and it makes me jelly
TheSonickid131 Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
*Sighs* Well, I guess this is the end, the thing that brought us to meet each other has closed its doors, that thing was the best damn promotion in my mind, I loved it and never will stop! RIP Pro Championship Wrestling 
March 2001 - January 2015
TheSonickid131 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Sadly,  I don't have points to give you a Cake badge and I aleady gave you a Ilama badge before, so in a form of a happy birthday,  I am just going to say it: Happy Birthday Brotha!
concreteBuilding Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Hey, thanks man.
rklover13 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello! Apologies for the delay, but here is your prize:
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