Yeah.. so, check out this guy's nerve and stupidity, I might say.
Mister Iani here that I am deeply ashamed of, thought one day that he should become a great artist.
Having a "keen" eye for browsing concept art or video game art, he took some of the best artworks out there, from well known artists, such as Craig Mullins, Daniel Dociu and also .. wait for iiiiiiiiit... Blizzard Entertainment, printed those incredible pieces(including Diablo 3 concept art..*bitch slap for that) aaaand, organised an expo with them, inviting some of the local art critics.
Funny thing is.. those sharp-nose "critics" didn't even recognize, or realise the theft.
So... journal entries are not my thing, although it gives most people the daily extra 2% pageviews, but here's one describing some of my recent thoughts on self-appreciation and personality tricks to impress people.
Don't be too critic on this one since it's a personal opinion regarding entry-level artists' questions about how to be succesful or impress other people faster with their work. For example, you're young, about 18-19 and eager to work big, get some money, get known and so on. Don't get me wrong... you need your basic skills, but mainly, the attitude is the key. It's 70% tricking people into liking you.
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So.. it's 5:40 AM.
I'm not much of journal writer, but I'm taking a break from painting. Yes, I am painting again.
Took a break from doing LOL fanart, since i got offered some comissions for a big project. It involves some epic kiddy fantasy artworks, but can't upload anything until the project launches. I'm very motivated on this one, since I gots to paint my thang.
What you guys should expect in a couple of months are some ubersized artworks, and an even MegaUber Tutorial on digital painting. Something that takes you from zero to hero i hope.
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