ART ADVICE to my younger selfArty peoples, you know how when you look at old art you end up cringing a lot and thinking 'wow why did I ever think this was good back then' what stuff did you learn that you wish you could have slapped yourself with if you could travel back in time to give yourself art advice? You never really -like- wellmeaning advice when you're growing up creatively and you can get butthurt about it a lot until you learn to just take it on the chin and use it constructively instead of as an insult. But it's all about getting past that stage and stopping being so sensitive about stuff. For me I'd tell myself the following:More Like This
- Photoshop lense flares are never EVER cool. Please never use them. Ever.
- If you're going to do a comic with speech bubbles make sure the text is standard and not like a multicolored hyper fucking wedding invitation. It looks messy and tacky. You will hate it when you grow up. Trust me.
- Keep the text consistent throughout the entire thing
- Consistency is so important, use r