It's been a long time coming, but I'm finally ready! A little story on me, ever since I was a little kid I always love art. Art class was always fun, and I made a lot of stuff over the years. All that stuff is gone now, but it's ok, I was never gonna show those pieces anyway haha. I don't draw a lot nowadays, and my drawing ability is also really limited, so don't expect me to pull out masterpieces from my sleeve and to update this every week. With that being said, I don't let my limited ability get in the way of my vision for what I wanna create. My inspiration and drive peeks and valleys, so I might be drawing a lot for a week, then not at all for the next.
With most of my art, I like to draw something on paper, then recreate it on the computer so I can refine it even further. For computer, I like to use Minecraft to draw. Yeah, Minecraft. So with that being said, my art is gonna be separated in two sections, computer and paper.
Important: I'm not passionate enough with art to value criticism, so it's best not worrying about that. Normally I encourage it, but not with this.
One other thing, I'd like to thank Kaleb (Cursebraker) and Regine (Thundawave) for influencing me to make this.
Note: Yes, I did do this one all by myself with no help :P I created this because of how much I love the Zelda series. It's in my profile, and now it's the first piece on here! How fitting actually haha.
Note: This took me literal years to complete. I put insane amounts of effort and love into this. I can't believe it's finally done. There's so much to say about this, but I'll sum it all up in a few words: it's a masterpiece; my greatest work. This guitar is inspired from the Dean Rusty Cooley 7 String Xenocide and the Ibanez RGD2127Z 7 string guitars. I took their core designs and added my own vision to them. This is the closest I could get to my dream guitar. Anything more would require more precise, exact placements of the blocks, and more room. Bonus points goes to whoever guesses the pickups I used here (and no, it's not a custom set) ;)
Note: I drew this first. I used this as the main template for the final version. It's gone through several changes, and this is the best (and last) one. Without this, the final version wouldn't have been possible.
Note: This one started out as a backup at first, but then I used it to keep the original shape of the original version so that I could change the original version without fear and worry. Without this backup, I never would've had the guts to change the original version. I also used this backup for a bit of flair, as you can see with how more detailed it is.