redvelvetcupcakes23 said: Hey Nuri! Ok, but I've been following since on here and on Insta and I can't resist to ask. See, I'm an aspiring artist and can't help be amazed at how you draw, really I can't get enough but I was wondering how you got to your level and became this good? Thanks so much!
Years of practice. I’ve been drawing since I was about 4. I didn’t have any formal training or anything. I just liked to draw. That’s really the only thing I did. If you want to improve as an artist the best thing you can do is draw as often as possible. Take advantage of the free tutorials and videos on the internet. And be patient with yourself. Avoid the trap of comparing your rate of growth to everyone else’s. Everybody improves at their own rate.
ronnycashlife said: Two questions. 1.)Batman or Spiderman 2.) what do you draw to get out of artist block?
1. Batman because everything that makes Bruce Wayne Batman is from years of rigorous physical, mental and spiritual training. Most heroes have their powers and abilities granted to them from birth or accident. With the exception of his fortune, Batman is self made.
2. When I’m going thru an art block I tend to draw women. And if that doesn’t help I watch drawing videos on YouTube.
Anonymous said: does your job have anything to do with your art?
My job is my art. I worked as a caricature artist at Six Flags once, but I felt we worked too hard for the amount of money we saw at the end of each week. And some days we made little to no money so it was also inconsistent. I also worked customer service, retail etc. I figured that it was best that I put all my energy into what I love to support myself if I wanted to be happy. So that’s what decided to do.
Anonymous said: Can you do Disney collection piece
If I did it would only consist of Fox & The Hound, The Lion King, Aladdin, A Goofy Movie and the Toy Story series. They’re the only Disney movies I like.
Anonymous said: You do any batman pieces?
None worth sharing lol