Anonymous asked: isnt your art a bit immature? i havent seen any descriptive stuff, just painty doodles
- If you don’t like it, that’s fine. I have no obligation to make art you like, and you have no obligation to like my art.
- Why is more “descriptive” art more inherently valuable? How integral is a high level of technical skill in art? Here’s an essay I wrote recently which touches on this subject.
- Style choice does not denote skill level or value level. Many artists have concentrated series/styles, whilst many have lots of variation. We are all different. Here are some variations of my artwork (and I have a portfolio here).
So I made this informative biscuit review today concerning the brand new Creme Egg biscuits. This is for all the biscuit fans out there that need more biscuit info in their lives.
It’s a bit terrifying making YouTube videos but it’s really fun and I find it makes me feel more comfortable with the way I look and speak because it forces me to see myself in a way I don’t usually get to. Also, it shows me that sometimes, I sound more northern than I think, which is brilliant.
I’m on a serious quest to be more consistently okay with everything about myself, and apparently filming myself for the internet is part of that, so whilst this is just a silly chocolate biscuit review, it is a bit bigger than that for me.
I just realised with this haircut and a duffel coat I am strongly channeling the Jordana Bevan look.
I’m starting a new diary and I’m having fun compiling a box of stickers, stamps, and scrap paper :-)
Some of you might remember that I had a very brief fashion blogging stint. I’m pleased to say I’m returning to it with a serious regular time frame (it’s not day-specific but I will be posting weekly). Here’s my new post all about these fluffy jumpers.