man id hit that.. oh man i eve hate myself after saying that. i so would not hit that.. but i would say that i love everything on this painting! Except the gauche... because i pronounce it like couch with i G instead of Gwash.. which is the way it should be spelled.. Victory for Jemma!
I'll have to draw hotter humans to swing you back to the side of light, lol. Gotta get out af the animal thing before I turn into a neon-raver-anthro-artbitch! Promise to punch me if I start copywriting certain ears and glowing shit.
Oh it will surely be my pleasure to do so.. If you really want to swing me back just Do more of brass rat.. Or at least the guy from there. i love him times ten.. Speaking of ten. I read this book.. War of the Oaks. The band in it was totally called brassRat.
War of the Oaks is a fantasy book.. I thought it was really good.. But too bad i got my books mixed up.. the book with brass rat is called pay the piper and it is horrible. don't read it. war of the oaks was good though..
I hope you get unneckpained soon.. I feel a strange fondness towards my neighbors neo-raver dog.
It's a little like... A mix of watercolors and acrylics? It dries fast like acrylics, but can be reactivated (to a limited extent) like wc's, the set-up is blissfully simple (just add water)... But it's opaque, so you can cover your tracks for as long as you're willing to let the paint build up. And once it's dry you can paint on top of it with watercolor if you don't use too much water.
That's all I can think of right now... I think it also works best if you use a very limited palette, but maybe that's the art school geek in me talking. I'd recommend just getting white and black to start with if you really want to try them, so you can test paint consistencies and such.