Shelby's "titled" Blog

Welcome to the whimsical world that is my mind.

so-glad-were-neighbors:

tyleroakley:

quelldatshit:

cisles:

she went in

awwww

honestly i couldn’t not dance with her

bruhh, she killed it.

(Source: imsoshive)

meenat:

I’m in love with indigenous characters so I’m gonna draw my fave ones and the first one is the fab Kuzco psshhh who doesn’t love Kuzco!? 

(via hipstermun)

rubyetc:

I found these gifs I made a while back for a site that’s not running anymore, so I thought I’d post them here. It’s a description of psychiatric symptoms and states of mind using a pink box and some other stuff. 

(Source: rubyetc, via welcometonotnatural)

chucco:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/457168965/bulb?ref=category_recommended


I started a few months ago to work on pre-production and artistic direction of this project. Today we are animating and we need a bit of your help to finnish this animated short. Please have a look at the video if you want to know a bit more ( or if you want to see my face ;p *Alex* ) A share also would be wonderfull!!! thank you so much

stitchtwosix asked: Hello! I'm currently a senior at an undergrad liberal arts school majoring in Art (general) and Women's and Gender Studies. I want to be a concept artist/illustrator, and I do a lot of my stuff on the side. I'm just wondering, is a masters degree necessary for the field?

aronjshay:

You don’t really need a Masters degree to work in that field. I refer to Elena and Olivia Ceballos a lot, but they’re working in the industry, and illustrating  and they don’t have degrees. Your portfolio will do a lot of the talking.

Jason Manley at ConceptArt.org has a great post about this question and notes this:

8. Degrees mean jack squat to an artist unless they plan on working overseas (required for the visa) or teaching full time at the university level. No one in my entire career has ever asked if I graduated from college. I didn’t…but I did do six successive years in art school. I did not even graduate from high school. Now I own two international art companies which lead in their respective fields. However, my education was valuable. But, one can be educated away from a degree system and end up just fine. Degrees in art are mostly for pleasing your parents.

You can learn from everywhere— and the internet is an especially huge help with all the wonderful tutorials and lessons online, some paid, some free.
Your portfolio is what is important, and I would focus on making it amazing because you have a lot at your disposal for learning :)