I draws what I likes, and I likes what I drew.

This is an art blog.

About the Artist:

Beth Turnsek. Animator, Illustrator. Current Layout Artist at DHX Media. Canadian.


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Will you two grow up?

I started playing Monster Rancher and this is my monster. His name is Dingledang, and he’s a doofus.

Trying to draw my OCs this week because of reasons. A quick doodleydoo of Dog Spacedog of the Alien Rescue Foundation (ARF) and his daughter Stella.

One day, Biff found a little dog by the side of the highway. That’s the day he met his best friend.

I hit a big huge milestone today and I’m like… wow. I just want to take a moment to thank you guys, all of you. I’m really glad that anyone likes my silly drawings, and I’m so grateful for each and every one of you guys. Just wow, you’re all so great. I love reading your reblogs, I love reading your tags, I love reading your replies and messages, even though sometimes I’m a little scatterbrained and don’t respond (so sorry). But I appreciate every one of those things so much.

Ahhh I just… Thank you for being there, dudes. 

So it’s the 15th anniversary of Digimon Adventure today and that’s absolutely nuts, so here’s a thing because of course I had to do a thing for that.

I just want to make sure nobody forgets that Gabumon is a professional astronaut.







this makes me so mad cos not only is this drawing shitty but if i were a cartoon character it’d be lana who is clearly black/biracial

weewoo weewoo here come the art police, passing judgment on shit they shouldnt

why shouldn’t I pass judgement? is art not to be judged and consumed by its audience? I mean this looks like a stardoll illustration ionno why your feelings are so hurt

yes i am the ass for calling you out on your bullshit. please tell me exactly what makes this artistically “shit”. is it her use of tones? the pose? dynamics? or just you being a giant baby because you didnt take two seconds to think before hitting “reblog”

Okay, I’d like to know what makes it shitty as well.

If it’s because you think her skin tone is too light, I think maybe it had to do with my upping the contrast and using a colour balance layer, which might have done something to it. It’s usually a part of my process in general, but it might be to blame here maybe. Here’s her face without the balances next to the image I used as reference for her colours.

However, if it’s just that you don’t like the way it’s drawn it’s like okay, whatever, that’s fair.