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Freelancer. Independent concept artist and illustrator, occasionally hired in game design. INTP. Hello.
Worked for Paul Kidd, Barking Muffin Games, Simplication Games, Equestria Epic and Magic3W web design
Made cover artworks for Gilead, Aviators, Carbon Maestro, FlutterRex and Ale Shores. Contributed art to Friendship is Witchcraft abridged series
-Pyrkon 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 (Poland)
-Poznań Game Arena 2014, 2015 (Poland)
-Galacon 2015 (Germany)
-Wrocław Tattoo Konwent 2013, 2014, 2016 (Poland)
If you happen to be interested in my older works, they are still available in my Scraps folder: foxinshadow.deviantart.com/gal…
Before you comment, please bother looking at the FAQ: fav.me/d8j59go
I also made a separate FAQ about commissions: fav.me/d9dlaft
I have a secondary deviantart account for non-furry and non-pornographic material, maybe you'd like to check it out:
The last few weeks have been crazy, and I was very absent, and I am sorry but there’s been A LOT going on and various things have been keeping me away from art. Mostly personal life, so the mindset just wasn’t right for work.
I’ve spent couple of days literally staring at the wall.
But I am fine now, and slowly getting back into the swing of things. Some things changed for me very unexpectedly, but that’s life. I’m not complaining.
Once again, don’t worry about me. I am writing this post now that everything blew over, and I can carry on with my usual shenanigans. You can expect tons of new stuff now C:
with love, Fox~
Sketching ObservationsI’ve recently gotten into traditional after years of neglect. I’ve always been very digitally driven because of certain limitations. Some of that was warranted like postural issues and fatigue. The avoidance was mostly due to the abysmal results traditional brought me compared to digital which has mostly been due to anxiety and other emotional aspects. Upon the insistence of another artist who themselves have achieved quite good results and consistent traditional results, I spent some time these past 2 months drawing traditionally. Here are some of the things I learned.
1. It’s gonna suck, regardless of how hard you try, how slow or fast you go, how good your pencil or pen is. There will be a skill mismatch between your expectations and your output.
2. You will improve. Regardless of how much you think you won’t. It won’t be immediate but you will see improvements within the month.
3. Plow through a sketchbook. Reference art you like if you have no ideas.