Hi, Kenji here.
I was posting a lot of photos of some drawings I made from 1997 to now. If you didn't check them, go to my Twitter account.twitter.com/SaberKenji
It was a time travel to my art history but most for clean my file box and classify stuff. Spent almost all the day in that. I found some drawings I don't want to keep because something from my past was despicted, then I throw them to the recycle bin.
Yeah, pieces of art are like your kids, everyone say. In order to change, I need to get rid of some stuff and now I don't care how much time I spent in these art in specific.
...First love is tough to get ride of it...oh, well.
Why the flood in my Twitter timeline?
I was thinking in sell some original arts for make a space for new ones. As you can see, I have sketches, illustrations and inked stuff, on mint condition, yellowish paper ones and some sketches with faded pencil lines and craquelures in the sides (I'm not so cautious in preserve my art like others LOL). My worry now is how much shipping costs are, usually shipping worldwide seems kinda expensive.
Well, it would be possible to keeping stuff related to commissions like character designs and sketches, because I don't wanna profit with some else characters but I can do an exception with general fanarts like Digimon, Pokemon, SWAT Kats and others.
Talking about SWAT Kats: Looking how much material I did between comics and character designs, the idea of do a compilation book for KAGEDAN Project is crossing my mind. Also I don't know if sell them...SWAT Kats was the big gate into Furry Fandom to me...
I need to think carefuly about it but if you're interested in get my other stuff, tell your opinion about it in the comment box below.
Thank you for your attention and I appreciate all the faves and retweets into my timeline X3 *hugs*
PD. Hey, an advice, BC's! Don't forget to approach the space into your canvas or piece of paper. If you do a drawing in the half side, you can use the other side for another sketch. Use the other side for sketch another thing using pens (if you use them). If you use paper for watercolors, markers, acrilycs and else, divide the paper into two or four pieces for do multiple drawings.
If you have an older traditional art and you don't want to keep it, don't throw it if the back side is on blank. Use that side for do something new. I did the same with a poster size art rejected by art schools, dividing it into four pieces, doing four illustrations with acrylic. This is approaching resources, for avoid overflooded art collections.