Self Censorship and Feeling Judged.Im sharing this around because its something I feel extremely strong about. I wont sit idly by and let good artists be strongarmed into feeling jugded, second guessing and self censoring (removing from portfolio) their own work.Self Censorship and Feeling Judged.3 years ago in Personal More Like This
If you feel that way, my message to you is this:
I received some really troubling PM's today. Please don't feel you need to self-censor your work if you enjoy making pinups / sexy girls. Don't remove it from your folios, and never, ever, second guess what you enjoy spending your free time making. Especially don't feel judged because you appear to not be a champion of a cause of any kind. Regardless of how prominant of an artist you are, or where you work in our industry, your free time, is YOURS. Feel free to express who you are, NOT who other people think you should be.
Your eternal friend,
#StopSOPA - Jan 18 - Web Blackout + Response to dAPlease See Edit 10 at the bottom for Response to dA update#StopSOPA - Jan 18 - Web Blackout + Response to dA4 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Please Comment and Fave to show your support. Please feel free to ask questions as well.
Consider sharing with your watchers as well!
For those of you wondering what SOPA/PIPA are, take a look at this video http://fightforthefuture.org/pipa/
As a protest of #SOPA and #PIPA (The Stop Online Piracy Act and Protect IP Act) two pieces of legislation that are up for debate once again on January 18, 2012, I will be blacked out from all my websites, deviantART included. What does this mean?
"On January 18, between 8am and 8pm EST (or 13:00 and 01:00 UTC), Reddit will be blacking out their website in protest of SOPA and PROTECT IP. We request all website administrators worldwide - and especially those running large user-content websites - to black out their website at the same time, to voice their opposition of SOPA and PROTECT IP. This legislation may very well not only change the future of the in
Getting a Job: A collection of notesHello, fellow carbon-based life forms! I went to a lecture yesterday all about interviews and how to get a job. It's a little tailored for creative people, but I'm sure even non-artists will gain something from reading this. In any case, I hope you'll enjoy it! The word document is http://www.mediafire.com/view/?spqunojg9351dg9 here if you'd like to download it.Getting a Job: A collection of notes3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Getting the Job
Based on a lecture by Pamela Thompson
Compiled by Lindsay Towns
• Research the company- use multiple sources, not just the company website and employees that work there; an unbiased opinion is best.
• Stress why you want to work there- how can you help THEM achieve THEIR goals?
• Find out their values- make sure they are similar to yours
• Evaluate the atmosphere of the company- is it a relaxed or tense setting? Do people greet you as you walk in?
• Find common ground with your interviewer. Look for something in their office you can talk about and relate with. Make them
Tumbleweed Express KickstarterThis is a game me and my friends have been working in our free time for the last three years. Please give it a look and consider donating to the project when you have time. Any help and feedback is appreciated. Thanks.Tumbleweed Express Kickstarter1 year ago in Personal More Like This