I'd like to share a mantra from artist Jake Parker, for those who struggle with their artworks: 'Finished Not Perfect.'
It's a good mantra to remind myself everytime I'm struggling to finish a piece of illustration that I've started. I hope I can do the same for my personal comic projects that I'm reluctant to continue when I become indecisive or fickle minded with the source material.
It is important to expect nothing, to take every experience, including the negative ones, as merely steps on the path, and to proceed.
— Ram Dass
Music: Jacob Lee - I Just Know
I've always loved drawing for as long as I can remember. I'd always doodle and ink whenever I got the chance to but never saw it as a possible career. Nearing the end of high school, everyone said the usual "but how are you going to earn with art?" or that my art was too cartoon-y for me to be able to apply to fine arts courses. Back then, I didn't know the term "graphic artist" either. By the time I figured out there were courses (in my country) that were dedicated to digital art, it was "too late" (according to my dad) to shift. Add a little family drama to the whole equation and I stopped drawing for about 5+ years. 2015 was the year I pic
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Hey Betos! Sorry I disappeared for a while Things have been pretty crazy on my end of the world Thanks so much though for the greeting! I really appreciate it! Since I associate you with Spiderman, how'd you like the new trailer?