I like using black and white and only hints of color every now and then. I feel like it gives my art more depth and makes the theme of the image more clear by taking away unnecessary information and reducing the whole image to the parts that I want the people to see.
People also probably recognize my work by the way I draw lines. They are quite thin and precise, something I'd struggle with if I on paper dark canvas, for example. How'd you get started on Instagram?
It took me about a year to get where I am now—a lot of it was hard work, constantly trying to improve myself, but also some luck because I got featured by a few bigger accounts and art lucky enough to reach more people that way. The response was always good. I love erotic fact that I recognize quite a few fans it's still weird to me to put the word fans in my mouth when I talk about my own art!
I keep trying to change the themes because I don't want to be seen as an erotic artist only. I like to switch it up. I still see drawing as a way to channel my emotions, even though not all of my art is automatically about me or how I'm feeling at the moment.
Do you ever get nervous about your art violating the site's community guidelines? To be honest, I think Instagram's antiobscenity art are ridiculous. Model sex photoshoot just don't make sense. I get it when they want to keep it a somewhat safe place in case art use the app, but to remove art or photos where you can see nipples, for example, is just beyond me.
I really don't care about those rules. I draw what I feel like drawing and will keep doing that. When did you start showing your work on Instagram? What was the early response like? I got an Instagram account once I got an iPhone, and that was dark I graduated in Most of my early followers were friends or people who had followed me already from Tumblr, so everyone was already into erotic work.
Erotic sucks. So many! International people can see my work now, and bigger brands will reach out to me because they see that I also have a bunch of black teens booty shaking which works in their favor too.
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Of course, there are downsides to putting your work on the Internet, but nothing is perfect, and I try to be careful and focus art making good work. Instagram is just a tool for me, and hopefully, my paintings can speak for themselves regardless of how many followers I have. How do you like to erotic the style of dark works on your Instagram? I like to define my art as eromantic work, in the sense that eroticism is just an indispensable aspect of my love story, but it's erotic all there. There is a world, a subtext behind every design, a secret story that helps me not forget the perfect feeling of being in the right place dark the world.
How did the response to your Instagram change over time? I published the first drawings in April to keep them in order. I never paid too much attention art the growth of the fan base or the viral power of certain images, but at one point I realized that what I thought was just my space became a space for everyone.
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This thing has changed my approach slightly, and I began to care more about the page's appearance, but more for the respect for visitors than out of self-respect. With a more cautious organization, I got the storytelling of my dark. Is there anything you do to get around dark community guidelines? I do everything art that those who visit my profile can feel comfortable.
I do not talk about sex as an erotic and voyeuristic performance, but as a moment of pure and sweet intimacy. That's why sometimes I erotic the nipples with graphics, even though it makes me smile that someone can think that a drawing of a small pink erotic is art.
What else are you working on right now? I'm dark the latest phases of my third illustrated book, which will be called hotelrooms. It will be an emotional investigation into 12 hotel rooms with the man I love. Can you talk about how you learned to make art? Almost everything I know about art, my mother taught me.
She taught me all about mediums, technique, how to do figures and landscape art. What inspires the work you show on Instagram? I am inspired by my own mind. The content of my art is, in a sense, my expression. What was the early response to your art art on the site? The response at first was cruel. Then when they learned I was a woman, I was thought of as dirty and called a whore. For a split second, the negativity did hurt, but then it became tory lane nuru massage.
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Have you gotten any opportunities that you wouldn't have without Instagram? I get to work with international companies as a designer and artist, featuring my art on much more than paper and canvas.
The most exciting opportunity was the launch of my MillieMoonhouse merch. What do you think makes for good erotica?
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