I realise this will seem like a bizarre question to ask, but which adjectives would YOU use describe my artwork/art-style?
This isn't a thinly-veiled attempt to fish for compliments. I'm trying to work-out what is my "Umbrella Brand" (long story) and one thing is to figure out what over-arching professional style that applies to my work is. Once I figure out how others see my work or what exactly about my style might appeal to them, I can better figure out how to market myself and my work. When I say describe, I don't just mean saying liked simple statements like "good" or "bad". Rather, go more in depth to the art's properties. How you would describe my style or bits about the art that stand out to you? What do you think I have to offer?
(Though if there places you think I need to improve, don't be shy in telling me.)
I've also recently decided to take things in a more professional, or at least improved, direction. I plan to eventually get myself a core membership and improve my gallery. I've often cringe looking at my old artwork. Especially when it often appears in that side widget saying "more from this person" when viewing an individual piece. So the best thing is to remake a lot of these pieces tho better reflect my current style. I've made a folder of the god-awful pieces I want to do again. oreopata.deviantart.com/galler…
Its for this reason among many in my real life that I haven't been active as I want to be. There are so many pictures I want to do but finding the time is difficult. I have multiple tasks I can usually dedicate an hour to each day from 9 to 5 in my real life. (and some plus hours after that). But if all goes well, them hopefully I will finally be able to have my own business to start doing commissions and sell art ^^ ATM I have so many other tasks I'm doing: I have concept art for two different projects (One for a little job Ive been approached for and the other being the graphic novel I'm writing), business planning and setting-up, typing the script to my KFP3 critique, documents for my own story planning, reading through research, exercise and health concerns, practicing writing my book's pitch, improving areas in my drawing, write a CV, figure out how to market myself, set up a savings account, invest in purchases related to my business and PLENTY more to do! Not going to lie, I have ended up with a few unpleasant side-effects from overworking. But I'm doing this on my own and I'm determined to perceiver!
Along with these steps, I recon I'll soon be getting rid of the Dream School Teachers Meme. Ive already deleted the Zombie Apocalypse meme, which was pretty pointless of me to make already, considering there are already better versions of this meme on DA. The school teachers meme is what I get more favs and comments for, rather than any of my actual artwork. I'm rather bored with it now. Hopefully once that's gone, I can get things more in order and hopefully have more attention going to the pieces I actually draw.