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badkittyamy
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Here's some of my stuff old and new, sketches etc. Will post more if anyone's interested.

http://www.raven-mythic.com/images/gallery/12615/20091016T153458/images/akkedis1.png

http://www.raven-mythic.com/images/gallery/12615/20091016T153458/images/Kendall_colour.png

http://www.raven-mythic.com/images/gallery/12615/20091016T153458/images/Warguh.png

http://www.raven-mythic.com/images/gallery/12615/20091016T153458/images/Kara_urban_cs.png
You can find more of my stuff here:
My DeviantArt
You can find me a few other places as well, usually with the same name 'badkittyamy'

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Max000_Extreme
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I lijke it very much so...............................................................

NoNameC68
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Very awesome artwork. You might enjoy this thread. Strop and Cenere are pretty awesome artists and I think you'd enjoy their stuff as well.

Skeleton_Pilot
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Those are amazing! How long do those take you to make on average and what programs do you use?

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Those are really good! You are a great artist. Of course I have a lot of questions when I see someone with really good art and I do not expect many/any of these to get answered but here I go.

How long have you been doing this?
Do you do any other medium? (painting, sculpting, pastel etc.)
Is this a hobby or profession?
Are you self taught or did you take classes?
Will you post more please!


That aside, I love the art work and I really like the elf/human girl. Do you ever do anything involving magic? I love to see how people draw sparks and smoke and all that.

badkittyamy
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I'm currently 26 been drawing since I was little
I use Easy Paint Tool Sai and a medium Intous 4 to draw with
Hobby profession kind of back and forth there. I do freelance work but I did go to Savannah College of Art and Design and graduated from there in 09
Previous answer covers the classes or self taught thing lol though I've been doing art for far longer than just the college

I actually do a lot of stuff I love working with power tool and i like making costume props and monsters

http://www.raven-mythic.com/images/gallery/12615/20100123T022602/images/tonight_you2.jpg

http://www.raven-mythic.com/images/gallery/12615/20100123T022602/images/IMG_0614.jpg

http://www.raven-mythic.com/images/gallery/12615/20100123T022602/images/Picture_5.jpg

http://www.raven-mythic.com/images/gallery/12615/20100123T022602/images/IMG_2983.jpg

http://www.raven-mythic.com/images/gallery/12615/20100123T022602/images/IMG_2985.jpg

GhostOfHorror
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Absolutely love them.
How long on average does it take for you to complete one?

ABarOfSoap
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Very nice paintings. By the way, how did you like going to SCAD? Didn't seem like a very serious school, when I toured it.

badkittyamy
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SCAD is possibly one of the best schools imho. It's standard for an art college, I loved going there.

New stuff

http://www.raven-mythic.com/images/gallery/12615/20091016T153458/images/Kendall_pin_s.png

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First I want to say that your art is amazing, no doubt about that. However, my sister checked out SCAD as one of her university choices, and the student body, well, she thought it was kind of snobbish. Does that opinion reflect a majority of the students there, or is she completely wrong?

badkittyamy
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Absolutely wrong, o_O I'm really surprised ANYONE could get that impression from SCAD. If anything the general opinion is like Abar said where people think it's really laid back. You want snobby serious check out ringling or fullsail.

Almost all the teachers I ever had (with the exception of a limited few) were hard but fair. Yes you're going to get critiqued but if you can't take critique you have no business in the art world professionally.

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