I've said this before but...I know I'm not the best at making stuff, but if any of you ever have questions on how I made something or where I got something like one of my wigs or whatever, PLEASE do not be afraid to ask me! I really don't mind questions. I will give you links to where I got stuff if it was online and explain how I made stuff ^^ I really like helping fellow cosplayers out I actually take questions as a complement because it means you liked the way I did something enough that you want to replicate it or try to build on it.More Like This
On the same note I apologize if I've offended anyone by asking them questions. I know some you take commissions and would rather not give out your secrets and I totally understand that
And I'm on facebook everyday so if for some reason I'm not responding here just jump on my cosplay page on face book and shoot me a message there, here is the link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hachi-chan/158555867630613?ref=hl
if the link doesn't work for some
Improve Faster - by Mitch @ Pencil KingsI got an email from Pencil Kings and I thought I'd share it with you all! All credits go to the talented and inspirational Mitch of Pencil Kings!More Like This
Wouldn't it be nice if we could achieve the goals that we are working towards more quickly?
The world is speeding up all around us, and thankfully we're able to speed up as well and get more of what we want in less time. Here's some tips that will help you become the artist that you want to be more quickly.
Don't make mistakes - gain experience...
When you are learning if you think too critically of your work it may cause your brain some discomfort. The brain likes to succeed so when you don't quite get the results that you were aiming for, with the wrong attitude it can cause you some distress. Instead of looking at these attempts as 'failures,' you should see them always as opportunities to grow and gain experience.
The problem with looking at a work as a 'failure' is that it won't be too long u