So an audience member in my Livestream was getting confused as to how I was painting so fast, and so I thought I’d share a bit of knowledge with you all and give you my “build” that lets me paint faster.
With art, I believe it is at it’s best RAW and ENERGETIC, which means that the longer I spend on a painting, the less life it has. So painting fast has always been something I aim towards, and maybe what I’ve learned can help you out :)
(Keep in mind I work on an Intuos 4 [explaining the wheely thing], with Adobe Photoshop CS6 on Windows [just switch “CTRL” with “CMD” I believe :P])
For more of my artist tips, click here.
Anders is unsurprisingly gentle to his partners. He’s comfortable giving and receiving, but loves to watch his lovers’ pleasure blossom on their face. His fingertips spark with electricity and lyrium as the passion mounts, coaxing the most wonderful sounds from his partner’s throat.
When he nears the edge, he groans out a warning in their ear, his hands gripping his lover’s hips like a lifeline — a tether to the mortal plane that keeps him grounded when sensation would have him float away.
His mouth peppers kisses and bites alike along his partner’s slippery, salty skin as hips grind against one another. And when his lover collapses, panting and spent, he waits for a heartbeat or two, limbs tangled, hair askew, before he starts moving again with a saucy grin.
"Grey Warden stamina has its benefits, sweetheart."