Just thought I’d give this meme my contribution. Do you think my art looks like me? I think so 😉
Let me know what you think in the comments 💜
It happened sometime this week, but I apparently have a bit over 150 followers on Instagram! Wow, I never thought I would have followers at all. Thank you so much to all who like my stuff and support it. It’s awesome to get support, really encourages me to keep going and pulls me through rough times. Lots of 💚💜💙 ~peccosa.
#2016 #150 #thankyou #peccosa #yourock #featured
My sister started this tradition a few years ago of exchanging artwork with friends and family through Facebook, and so for this year’s contribution, I drew this picture for her fiancee ( my soon to brother-in-law), who was appointed to me as my “secret santa” person to give artwork to this year (well, the drawing is for both of them really!). Here’s the picture he gave me for the re-draw:
I just posted it on the group we use to trade pics on Facebook, and he said he loved it! yay 😀
Oh my goodness! Nicole Bresner at talkingcomicbooks.com has featured my fanart of Scully for an article at this online site about comics and pop media! This is the first time I’ve been featured publicly as an artist, woo hoo! Thank you so much Nicole!!! 💜🌈
You can check out the article, about the revival of the X-files here:
here’s the pic I submitted:
I took it down after realizing I was using my Tumblr much more. It was mostly because Instagram connects to Tumblr but not to WordPress, and I’ve been updating mostly through my Instagram, especially during this year’s Inktober.
But now that I’m making digital art, I can upload my work directly from the computer, and write a little bit about my work process. I’ve never been good at blogging/journalling/verbal expression in any form, but I found it weird (and in some cases, irresponsible) to just post my artwork and not explain anything about where it came from.
I also found it fun to talk a little about my work and where I come from with it 🙂