The art of improvement5/4/2015 UPDATE: Added preface at the beginning and Inspiration at the end! added some thoughts on some other things I wanted to share.More Like This
Alright, so this is a comment and question I've been receiving a lot from people!
How did you improve so fast?
Firstly, I want to say I do not think of myself as a professional artist, teacher or someone who "knows the secret to becoming a master artist". These are just things that I have picked up over the years, and noticed so I thought I might as well share my experience with improvement in effort to help others find their own paths of improvement and learning as artists. There are still many things I have to learn, and wish to improve about my own art! The path of an artist is never ending, in my opinion!
I consider the beginning of my journey when I withdrew from college. I had decided to take a year off from school, to explore myself more as a person, gain confidence and rethink my path that I wanted to take in school. Of course,
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Macy barely looked up from her laptop as Rob came in the apartment.
"Do you have your share of the rent?" Macy asked as she typed up her paper on the birth of feminism in Renaissance Florence. Her hair was cut short and dyed to be a dark black rather than its natural dark brown. Her eyes, behind thick black framed glasses, moved across her computer screen in time with her typing. She paused to rub her pierced nose and then started typing away again. "We're two months behind and the landlord is threatening to evict us. I sufficiently debased myself enough to my parents to get my share. Nick is selling his video games and cds."
Rob ignored her and went over to the large flat screen tv, set up on an old coffee table like an icon of a religious alter. He opened a case and slipped a disc into a dvd player, which sat on the floor.
"Here, you have to see this." He told her. "It's unbelievable."
Macy kept typing. "Can't. G