This is a rant I'm not going to remove because there's no way I can get into trouble over this (but hey I'll never know lol) If you're a busy student in a non-art related field of study, this may be useful for you! It's a reply to a question, if you wondering why it's phrased in a certain way at some points.
HOW TO BALANCE ART AND SCHOOL WORK
(in stressful academic environments)
1. Identify your goals:
You need to figure out how seriously you’re going to take art. Do you intend to become so good at art that you become popular online (like a tumblr art superstar, perhaps?) Do you want to achieve professional standards, so that y
Omgg I nearly fell out of my chair during lecture in school when I saw it ~tearplz (https://www.deviantart.com/tearplz) It's on this piece: It comes with a matching Anna: They're supposed to face each other :w00t:
To my old and new watchers, thank you so much!! :squee: Your lovely comments on my work makes me happier than you'll ever know :) I've experienced many setbacks and negativity regarding my art, and every encouraging word means the world to me. Thank you for making the time and effort spent on art worthwhile :)
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