The day I realized that putting in a gay character is now marketing strategy.
I'm eru, I'm 19, I'm an art student, I'm sorta trying to do the project 365 thingy with this and I love telling jokes which makes people want to push me off a building.
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For the bored artsy-fartsies:
your worst critic is yourself, but seriously I doubt that, there are things in your work that you yourself can’t see and this may also apply to those who you’re always with or the creative people around you. You all grew up on the same pace, knowing each one’s talent, skills and style. And that’s the weakness of getting critics from people that knows you, they tend to see what’s good with what you already have.
I joined deviantart again and conceptart.org and as far as I know I’m getting my ass whipped. :)) And in just one day, the recent resume I’ve made and the portfolio I have will all be scrapped. I’m not ranting, actually ever since I joined both I’m feeling the pressure, that pressure that I didn’t feel when I was still studying.
So there are two things that I am pretty sure of right now and what I really learned in the past few days. One is to put your art out and two, is to never let your pride get in the way of making you a better artist.