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Joseph Compton
Artist | Student | Traditional Art
United States
I am He who is endless, without time, space, or sense. I am the rubix cube shifted and throw like a dice. I am the Ocean Depths and the mountain sky.
I am Infinity Joe.


Now the silliness out of the way. Hello everyone, and welcome to my page.
A bit about me, I'm a comic writer/artist in training. I'm not at a level to make my own comic yet, but I will be someday.

To improve on this, I do do Free Commissions for my friends and watchers. So feel free to ask for one.
Now here are a few things to keep in mind on Commissions

-I'm not that good yet, so don't be upset if I didn't draw it the way you would like. Also, I can't draw people to look pretty, so keep that in mind.
-I don't keep a schedule, so it may very when I get around to doing one for you. If it's been a long time, hit me up with a reminder.
-All commissions must be PG-13 at most.
- I will not draw anything with loli/shota(young children) in sexual ways.
-I will not draw anything that is related to something that disinterested me. Unless I can do something goofy to make it more enjoyable.
-I will also not draw anything fetish related that i don't approve of. Such as Bondage, balloon/inflation, masochism, and such.
-You are allowed to post your commission on your page, so long as you give me due credit.

That pretty much it.

So I hope you enjoy my art.

Current Residence: Texas
Favorite genre of music: Rock, Metal, Jazz, Hip-hop
MP3 player of choice: iPod
Personal Quote: "Spite and Vengeance is a powerful motivator when you don't aim it at killing people"
  • Mood: Optimism
  • Listening to: Rage Select Podcast
  • Reading: Perdido Street Sation
  • Watching: Wonder Over Yonder
  • Playing: ----
  • Eating: Tacos
  • Drinking: Tea
Hey everyone, I know it's been a while, and I hope you are doing well.
Currently I'm in the final week of school, and getting ready for the winter break. 

I wanted to let those who still fallow me know that I've started a tumblr page, since it seems like that where most of the artist I fallow are going.  

Right now I just have one set up as the testing grounds, where I will post my current paintings and drawing, but I have a personal project I hope to start soon That will get it's own Tumblr page. 
If you have a tumblr as well, let me know and I'll add you to my fallow list. 

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Kenn-K Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
we should do an art trade, sometime!
Infinity-Joe Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
I'd be up for that at some point. 
Kenn-K Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
just let me know!
Infinity-Joe Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Will do. 
ga-ren Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks for the FAVE. Cheers!
Infinity-Joe Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Welcome dude. 
JesCallie Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2013   Traditional Artist
thank you for the fave on White Rose
Infinity-Joe Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Your welcome. Btw, how do you like achrylics compared to oils?
I haven't used achrylics yet, but I'm interested in trying them out.
JesCallie Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2013   Traditional Artist
both are exceptional.

oil paints smell REALLY good and radiate their colors.

my preference is for acrylic because of the drying time. for some reason whenever people walk by the WIP they always run their fingers across it, doesn't work so well with oil...

and with acrylic you can render them to look like both oils and watercolors, most people can't tell the difference. it takes some practice to get to work with because the paints dry almost instantly. there are ways to slow the drying time to blend and get the smooth finishes.
Infinity-Joe Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Interesting. I'll need to pick those up time soon. 
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