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Kiwi-Matsura Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey. You. Yeah, you, the awesome dude with the awesome drawings. I have to tell you something. I'm gonna copy some drawings of yours, especially the nudes, 'cuz I SUCK to drawing men's. Really. So, if you don't want to see them on my DeviantArt, just tell me. I'll understand. Don't worry, I'll credit you EVERYWHERE. On the draws, the description and the title.
I hope you're gonna agreed! #w# (btw, your drawings are just perfect man)
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Kim-SukLey Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey, if it's to practice, I'm okay with it. Just make sure to include a link to my original drawing in the description, as well as my artist name.
Keep arting :peace:
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Kiwi-Matsura Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Really? Thank yooooou! No problem, sir, I'll even write the originals titles of the drawings with mines!
And don't worry for the last, with writing and internet, it's my life's reason °π°
Also, I've got a question for ya. Isn't it too difficultto draw while you have a job? I don't really know, I'm just 15, and I want to be warned for the future... Thanks, man! You're awesome!
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Kim-SukLey Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
It's actually better if you write a different name ;)

And it is a bit complicated to make time to draw/write when you have a job. It all depends on how many hours you work, and also on if your job is just at work, or you have to carry some of it to your house. Personally, I'm a teacher. My job is both at school at home. There are many days where I have to lesson plan, make materials, grade tests, evaluate de students, make some extra files, etc. So my job is my teaching hours + my preparing for class hours. With a job as such, it's hard to make time for art.
I have to give up going out with friends -- or going out at all-- because I'd rather spend whichever "spare" time I have drawing, composing some music, or writing rather than going out.
If you work and you also want to hang out with friends, being dedicated to your art can be difficult because you may not have as much production as you'd like.

If you already know you like art, I recommend you focus on it and even choose a career which has some studies in art, or if you want to go all the way, study a Bachelor's in Arts.
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Kiwi-Matsura Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Seriously? Ho boy, I want to be teacher! :D (in fact, english teacher, I'm french) I consider art like a hobby, so I don't think I'm gonna do an special college. Maybe lil' comissions, like you do, but I gonna focalize on my teacher's job, and writing: if I get popular ( and if I can live with that), I'll become writer.
But I've got my answer. Thank you so much! It mean a lot for me (I really LOVE your arts). By the way, I've begun the practice.
Thank you, dude!
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