It's been a while, hasn't it? Let me explain myself. Long story short: lost a few friends, been somewhat lonely, overthinking things that probably don't matter and life has just been somewhat aimless lately. I don't know where I'm going or why I do the things I do, but if there's one thing I've always been sure about is my art. Art has always been there for me and is the only thing that makes any sense anymore. But even that loses it's meaning every once in a while.
I don't know why my mind is naturally gravitated towards the glass half empty bullshit. It's like I purposely find things to be sad about. Maybe I'm just tired of life being so stagnant, so my mind just naturally gets attached to anything it comes across to escape. Some people see this, the bore of suburban life, as an excuse for some crazy teenage rebellion phase, but I apparently see it as an excuse for self-harm. Not physically, but emotionally. Meaning I'm no better than those who cut themselves. But at the very least, I'm self-aware. I'm not depressed. I'm not starving. Nobody has died. I still care and have hope. I'll be fine.
Now before you deem me as the Tumblr-esque feminazi being braggadocious about their self-diagnosed "issues", this post wasn't about me seeking attention, but rather justification for my absence and more importantly, this art piece I just released. I kind of wanted to tackle my bullshit with a light-hearted/fun artistic approach. Now I know I usually do digital illustrations, but this time I wanted to be a bit more experimental. It's time I change things up, don't you think? Regardless, it's just great to be back!
Hope you like it!
TLDR; emotions are dumb. plz check out my art.
If you guys didn't already know, I designed the background art for October. This is what I had intended it to look like, but due to the original image not matching the site's dimensions, it had to be cropped. However, I still think it came out good, considering the time window I had to work on it. HUGE shoutout to @TomFulp for letting me work on this thing. So what do you guys think of it?
EDIT: Also be sure to follow me if you want to keep seeing more of my work. I'm planning on making a Inktober piece, so stay tuned!
Well actually it was 2 days ago, but eh fuck it, the 27th, the 25th, whatever man it's all just numbers on a calendar that don't mean shit unless you're gross and have one of those job things that require a "schedule" or whatever. In other words, who needs college nowadays, amirite? If only sticking our faces in dog shit and going around tickling children's nipples were an actual career. Yeah I know, I'm trying too hard lol, I apologize, idk do you guys think I'd make it as a stand up comedian? Also what the fuck was I even talking about again? Oh yeah, my birthday. Well if I don't get knocked into a diabetic coma from eating all the shit my friends got me this weekend, then you should be expecting a clay version of the promo art I did for my upcoming comic "Fearless" very soon. Anyway, as for progress on the comic itself, yeah I'll just leave you guys with this, adios!:
2015-09-14 09:11:16 by ManuelTacoface
So I have made some progress on the 3-part comic I said I would develop sometime soon, but due to time contrainsts and the massive creative burnout I'm going through rn, I'm starting to second doubt myself about how soon I'm going to be able to release it. I have a story more or less planned out already, not entirely, but for my lazy ass, I'm suprised I've even made it this far lol. For those of you who are curious to know what it's about, the main theme of the comic is about overcoming fear in the face of the impossible, all told through the eyes of a washed-up robot who lives in a junkyard. Also, thank you guys so much for getting me to over 100 fans, it really does mean a lot to me. Anyway now that I'm staring to get something going here, I wanted to ask you guys if you'd be interested in me starting to do clay commissons? Please let me know in the comments below, I'd love to hear your input! Once again, thanks for the 110 of you for putting up with my shit and adios.
TLDR; I've progressed on the comic I said I would make, but it's going to have to be delayed. Thank you guys for getting me to over 100 fans and would you guys like for me to start doing clay commisions? Let me know in the comments below, adios!
It is now September and an explosion of life has surged through my veins and has filled me up with inspiration. I don't exactly know what it was that struck me during August that made me wanna get off my lazy ass and do something for once, but whatever it was, I got to keep it going if I want to keep this fanbase growing. I still can't believe I got frontpaged twice in a row and won the Airscape contest, thank you all so much for all the support you guys have been giving me along the way. As for where do we go from here, I have no fucking clue lol. All that I am sure of is that I'm currently in the middle of making another clay piece which I know all of you will love. If you have questions or advice or whatever for me, please let me know in the comments below. Stay tuned, you guys, adios!
For those of you who didn't know, my latest Clock Day submission has been recieving some attention lately. Huge shoutout to theonewithoutaname for finally scouting me for the Art Portal and special thanks to NG for putting me on their frontpage. Rather than being in my room, listening to music and jerking off to porn all day as usual, I finally have the type of motivation I need to get back into making more content, so stay tuned! If you guys have any suggestions or ideas for anything I should do next, please let me know down in the comments below. See you guys soon, adios.
Hey guys, I recently made an 8-bit version of the SNL meme "What Is Love?" from the skit "A Night At The Roxbury". Enjoy:
Both the animation and 8-bit version of the song are owned by me.
Damn! Best Pico Day ever! My submission got like 7,000+ views and 60+ reviews in only a few hours. Can't wait till next Pico Day. Here's my submission:
UPDATE: Yes! I got 4th place in the Pico Day Winners thing. Too bad there was no cash prizes this year, which sucks. But hey, its still pretty great.
So yeah been testing Red and Cyan 3D on Youtube as you can see below. Testing to get good results for a future thing I'm gonna do. Also another 3-D Pic Test below done in Flash:
Also working on a sequel to Pico Day Race Day 2011, and gonna be way better than the first one and this time no tabbing or right clicking. So yeah these are the people I'm working with to make this project possible:
So were all working together to make an epic sequel. Coming April 28, coming soon!
Collaborating with Valve, Legodudestudios and Valve present Taco! A video game involving inter-dimensional holes and Mexican cuisines! Coming soon to PC, Xbox, and PS3.
Here's a short preview at the main menu:
NAH JUST KIDDING!
Im not making this shit! But it be pretty cool if they did, but it would be really retarded.
(Don't sue me, Valve)