Life to Legend is an initiative of Tessa Geniets. With the help of a Facebook community, LtL became a platform for artists that are interested in creature and character design. You will be able to find a lot of information about art, nature, character, and creature design. Every week new articles are added. You can either subscribe to the newsletter or join the Facebook group to stay tuned!
If you have been spending any time in the art world you will very likely have been approached for NSFW art. It might have been due to your style or because of the profession, you picked. This can be simply because you have a very realistic style and you can envision a scene that doesn’t exist. But also your profession in creature art which could receive requests for furry art for example. But either way, how do you deal with a request like this? And how do you handle anything following that request?
Nature holds many secrets. And we’re here for you to help you discover all of them and have you inspired by mother nature for all of your artistic endavours!
This is already part 5 of the series, and I welcome you to read the other ones too. They’ll be there for you right at the bottom of this article!
The Life to Legend overpaint contest is a monthly challenge in which anyone can participate on the Life to Legend discord channel. The contest will be on a monthly basis whenever we hit at least 15 submissions. So, how do you participate? What are the rules? And what can you expect when you participate or if you win?
Life to Legend is ever-growing, and so is the demand for specific articles, tools, and more. The last update was in late December 2021, so it’s time to go ahead and come up with a new update! So where is LtL standing, and what are the future plans as it stands now?
It’s been a strange year, just like the one before. Strange in a way that it became ‘normal’ involuntarily. But like all bad things, there were also good things. One of them for me was plenty of time to work on Life to Legend and my artistic skills. Just like that, I’m a year into the project, and what a year it was! In the first 3 months of this year and the last 2 weeks, the Netherlands was in (full) lockdown. A serious pain in more than one way for many people, me included. But the good thing about it was that I could spend time working on projects and collaborating with people I otherwise wouldn’t have been able to.