Franz · 23 · M But none of the above should matter. Unless you're hitting on me.
Professional graphic designer by day, Pokémon master & science enthusiast at heart who runs a reblog-whatever-I-want blog (including spider, snake, & spoiler). Follower discretion is advised.
This is possibly the stupidest game I’ve ever played and yet I played it for longer than I’m willing to admit
WHAT THE FUCK
cow cow cowcowcowCOWCOWCOWCOWCOWCOWCOWCOWCOW
THIS IS AWESOME
Yeah it’s almost 1am and I didn’t realise this was a volume thing so I think I just woke up my family with shouts of COWCOWCOW coming from my room.
It could have been a different sound coming from your room. Be thankful it was only “COWCOWCOWCOW”.
I miss playing things like Hot and Cold from when I was a kid. Thank you
I’m taking back everything I’ve ever said about non-productivity. Turns out 2013 is one of my most productive years EVER.
JAN • I began my experiment with geometric shapes.
FEB • The geometric lines carried on.
MAR • I finished the “Fifty Shapes of Gyarados” project I started in Feb.
APR • Major Arcana series.
MAY • Slow month. Nearly no art.
JUN • I distanced myself from Pokémon for a bit.
JUL • I began Manakala project. Creature design & stuffs.
AUG • Geomancy and Oblivion, my two best selling prints ever.
SEP • Shingeki no Kyurem nearly reached 30k notes on the original post.
OCT • Nothing too memorable, but still a solid one.
NOV • Holy shit, I can’t reveal this one yet, but my Double Team! Illustration trumps everything else I’ve done in 2013, hands down. Stay tuned for moar!
DEC • Nothing yet.
In short, my style matured pretty early this year, with my geometric experiments. It carried on to the ongoing Major Arcana series, which I’m pretty proud of. Fifty Shapes of Gyarados is just another derpy project that turned out far more entertaining than I ever expected. I began selling prints, and the later half of the year was filled with less art, but with far better quality than I ever expected. I’m also proud of my Manakala project (currently delayed due to… Pokémon XY, doh!)
As for PREO’s Double Team! Project, you guys don’t understand how excited I am for the reveal of the album artwork. Skotein and Eric pushed me harder than anyone else throughout the year, and I can say I’m beyond satisfied with the result.
The big question is, what kind of artwork should I produce to properly end this glorious year of 2013?