I noticed recent a spike in the number people faving and collecting my infographics/tutorial/rambling deviations.
That's cool. Thanks for visiting! And I'm glad you find them at least interesting enough to keep in your lists.
I'm really busy these days but I hope to update those deviations sometime soon.
They annoyingly don't reflect what advice, information, focus and context I would share to learners these days.
The thing though is I don't know where you all came from, and I'm curious.
Did you get those links from a popular deviation featuring tutorials or something? Or did you do a search?
My metrics show I'm getting a lot of people from my tumblr. That's probably all it is.
So yeah, for my dA watchers, I do have a few tumblr blogs. I have ramblings there too.pharandrawsnonsense.tumblr.com…pharantriestoanimatestuff.tumb…
I also have a purely reblog site for art and art-related tips. I try to be a little broad with the stuff I reblog there. It's kind of my personal belief that artists shouldn't narrow themselves too much in terms of sources of knowledge. Snobbery (and not-snobbery but just dismissal of fields that seem too far removed from our own interests to matter) is a hindrance to the eager learner.pharanreblogsarttips.tumblr.co…