Blazetiger3 you have no idea how gratefully and humbly I appreciate your comment. Nevertheless, the designs I worked cannot go without making notice that they are a collaboration of client needs and taste, manufacturer, ebanistas amazing craftsmanship, drafters, decorator, project developers, installers, etc… In conclusion it takes a whole talented team to take this projects from concept drawings or ideas to the final product you see in the pictures.
Sometimes it puzzles me how several designers, architects, and decorators dare to call a project “their own” without even picked up a pencil or a hammer to materialize their vision and forgetting all the other people that were involved.
I have no doubt that you will attain your goals, just don’t forget:
•have lots of patience.
•never assume your experience and knowledge is above others, if you do you are creating a wall that will cut you from been receptive to new ideas and learning.
•refrain yourself from believe you know it all, if you do you begin to die as a artist, with it dies curiosity and imagination.
•be humble, but refrain from been submissive and be proud, but not arrogant.
•practice, practice, practice… and when you think you got time to breath practice some more