Hi there, and thanks for checking out my page!
You can all call me Calbhach, as that’s the internet handle that I’ve been known by for years. Not really much to say about me really, but I guess I can talk about my background in art and the history of the Kokoro Reflections website.
I’ve been drawing pretty much all of my life, but I didn’t really take it seriously until the last ten years, striving to improve and become the best that I can possibly be. In 2014, I went from not drawing very much to digital drawing and painting much more consistently with challenge pieces that would force me to do more than I’d ever done before…and if worked. My skills rose greatly in that time, but I still hadn’t settled on my style, unfortunately. I continued with the challenge pieces for a while until I quit doing that for some time. Then, at the beginning of 2017, I began working more devotedly on my art development again.
Finally, in June 2017, I began doing art commissions, using it as yet another opportunity to put my skills to the test, to test their limits and finally worked my way into creating my Patreon account for helping other amateur artists to improve their own artwork.
The background of Kokoro Reflections
I can’t remember exactly when Kokoro Reflections first came into being, but when it did, it wasn’t an art specific website. It was actually a digital doll-maker website that would become pretty popular, accompanied by an oekaki engine. Sadly, I wasn’t able to keep up with all of the requests and creating more and more content to keep it interesting, so I had to stop updating the website.
It sat for a long time until I took to creating content for IMVU, and used a subdomain of the website to update my IMVU creations daily.
Now, the website has once again been revived into my permanent art website. I certainly hope that you all enjoy what it’s become now, and if you have any questions or comments, please let me know! I’m happy to help!