Artist | Professional | Digital Art
Your everyday nerd.LIKES:
-Eating until I get a heart-attack
-Left at boring peace
-Money (who doesn't?)
-Listening to myself rant
Q: Can I post your artwork somewhere else?
A: With or without permission, you're free to post it under these three simple conditions:
1: No money involved. (Free in short)
2. A proper credit is displayed. ("By: Mike Inel" is fine)
3. You won't claim it's yours unless it's a collaboration between us. (I rarely do collabs)
Q: What if it's a commissioned artwork you made, am I free to repost it too?
A: Commissioned artworks belong to their respective clients/commissioners. Please ask for their permission instead.
A: However, if you're the client/commissioner of the artwork, feel free to do whatever you like.
Q: I made a fanart of your work. Should I credit you?
A: Not necessarily, but I encourage you to. It's also best to emphasize "fanart" there.
Q: I made something that was inspired by your work. Should I credit you?
A: No need.
Q: Can I cosplay one of your works?
A: Sure!! (Credits are optional)
Q: What program do you use for drawing? (and painting?)
A: Adobe Photoshop CS6 & Manga Studio 5
Q: What about animation?
A: Adobe Photoshop CS6 & Adobe AfterEffects CS6
Q: And 3D?
A: Autodesk 3dsmax 2013 w/ Adobe Photoshop CS6
Q: Lastly, programing language?
A: DarkBASIC Professional or Unity. I use Ren'Py too for visual novels.
Q: Do you use tablets?
A: Yes. Wacom Intuos 4 L
Q: Can I request an artwork from you?
A: I'm sorry, but I only do requests for close friends. (And if I feel like doing them)
Q: Are you available for commissions?
A: I'm not available for commissions nowadays.
Q: Have you ever considered making tutorials?
A: I'm not good at teaching. (Believe me, I tried.)
Q: What university did you attend to learn how to (insert art-related verb here)
A: None. Sad to say, I'm undergraduate right now.
Q: Where did you learn how to (insert art-related verb here)
A: Self-learning and free online tutorials.
Q: Any tips or tutorials?
A: Check my downloadable PSDs here: mikeinel.deviantart.com/galler… Try observing a lot. A whole lot. Heck, trace some for learning purpose if you want. (Just trash it after you're done. People rage at traced artworks) You'll eventually see the tiny details you never noticed.
Q: What's your inspiration in creating art?
A: I want to see something I haven't seen, so I'll try making it instead.
Q: How long did you practice drawing to get to the level you're at now?
A: The longest time I can remember.
Q: Why aren't you replying to our posts?
A: I find it difficult to answer hundreds of posts. But believe it or not, I'm reading them all. In fact, I'm even excited to read them.
Q: Are you a Filipino?