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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Moonywolf

If you missed yesterdays post, I'm trying to encourage all you readers out there to ask the artist questions, I can't guarantee that they will respond, but if you leave a comment or question below, I will make sure that when I contact them, they will know about it and have a chance to respond! I hope this helps all you artists out there find answers to questions you would like to know about and such! Please enjoy!

We're still doing some backlog right now, and these are some people who only gave us questions, so no art libs for now! Today, we have MoonyKhoa Le from deviantART on the site, check it out and enjoy!

What are the easiest and the hardest parts of the artistic process?
--The easiest part, I would way: sketching. It's very comfortable, free-and-easy, no rules, no protocol, just put it down whatever in you mind.
---The hardest part: lining. always take like... forever to finish

Which is your favourite piece and why?
---SO far, "lonesome weasel". It's a personal thing. This piece attaches to some certain emotional issues of mine.

What is it about the deviantART community that makes you share your art there… that draws you to the deviantART community?
----Many great artists, many kind people, nice support and chances to communicate with friends all over the world.

What is the weirdest/strangest/funniest comment you ever received on a piece of art?
---Couldn't remember. But I love to hear people's impressions when they look at my artwork. For example, in "Safe zone", "donkey rider" and "beautiful lonely people", lots of people give me incredibly interesting stories and concepts that I wouldn't even think of in the first place.





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