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It's normal for a lot of artist be a hermit and fear of the unknown like moving to a different country. Dpaint he's already established. I remember how Dpaint mention he took a gamble and moved out of California because of the ridiculous cost of living in some places. It made business sense to move to another state with lower cost while still remaining in contact with clients in the bay area. Ends up some of the clients who worked with him for year just abandoned him, regardless of him maintaining the same quality of work. Location can bring about fortune or famine.I just feel kinda lost. Every time I think about what I'd eventually want to do (or to correct, what I consider I should be able to do already but I have failed because I'm not doing it), I get this constant fear, like I'm supposed to be ready to do that right tomorrow. Like I know there's never going to be real job opportunities in this country, so I think moving to another country would be a thing to do, but I have been living on my own apartment for barely half a year and I've never set foot to a foreign country (I've never even had a passport) so the thought obviously makes me nervous since I can yet barely handle living on my own in the country I was born in, but then I punish myself for that because it's like I'm supposed to move aboard next week and I should have all of this figured out and ready by now.
Make a sketchbook happy, feed it a tip to improve!
Wow! Your sketchbook became more sequential, and they're wonderful as always!
This information is somewhat scary... But it's true, because people have different appetites. But I don't quite understand why familiar clients can part company easily only due to physical distance. As this is an internet era now, any verbal and visual communications on earth can't be disabled with the speed of internet and related super media. If the two locations span timezones too much, this is the significant factor of interfering the synchronization...It's normal for a lot of artist be a hermit and fear of the unknown like moving to a different country. Dpaint he's already established. I remember how Dpaint mention he took a gamble and moved out of California because of the ridiculous cost of living in some places. It made business sense to move to another state with lower cost while still remaining in contact with clients in the bay area. Ends up some of the clients who worked with him for year just abandoned him, regardless of him maintaining the same quality of work. Location can bring about fortune or famine.
And another thing, I remenber Dpaint is an artist who is making considerably bigger money than what a normal salaryman can make anyway...
Hello, beauty. You haven't updated your arts for so long. What have you been doing recently?
I haven't seen this one before, and that makes me sad. But now I've seen it, so I'm happy. Yay! Don't fret about business opportunities. I'm convinced that if you want it badly enough, you will find work in this field, regardless of where you live. Have to believe that. Otherwise, I'll kill a kitten, and no one wants that...
ANYWAY, your designs and interesting, just remember to keep your forms and constructions in mind and observe closely and push your values more and more (for the more realistic styled pieces).
What if I am not skilled enough to provide any critique
Anyway I like the vibe in your strips
http://www.conceptart.org/showthread.php?t=267414 - c&c welcome
I just love your comic strips, now I am hooked.
Hi, I have a small critique for you. It's nothing special since I believe you already have good things going for ya.
Your colors seem to have a bit of muddy feel to them, and i think you can be a little more adventurous and add some brighter saturation. Even with your warms, they always seemed to have a "gray-downed" feeling to them, You know? I hope I make sense :3! Great work, seriously though.
I'd also like to see more limited palate color studies because it would be awesome, and probably lotsmore helpful. I don't think what I am saying is GRAVE ISSUE since I barely see you use local colors, just I'd like to see it more vibrant!
I am going to be amazing! .
Critique noted! And sure, I actually wish to do more limited palette things sometimes...
This was done on woefully short deadline...
Dragon book for my con suit
and my ropecon costume, more or less designed by me.
Cool dragon book and costume. Did you dye your hair for that?
I love the textures and colours in the dragon designs and don't have much of a crit other than, I'd like to see you work harder on your traditional stuff. Your digital work is top notch but the traditional stuff doesn't have the same control of tools if that makes any sense.
So yeah, good stuff all round, just don't neglect traditional.