Often times i see many artists on all levels expressing their expectations from their current progress and seeing it as they fail. They feel this way because the type of level that is set is not only high but its constantly changing to grow higher even as they are progressing passed levels of artistic skills.
Imagine a horse rider holding a fishing pole with sugar(your artistic level you want to reach) by the end of the string. And you the artist is the horse pursuing it.You are progressing forward but your goal is also being set higher as you progress.
And of course you will never ever reach the level that is constantly ch
Interview with `loish
~MemoiresDuneFille asks "Loish, what inspired you to become an artist?"
I can't say that anything specific really inspired me. It was more a natural progression. I have been drawing since I was very young and honestly do not remember when I even started doing it, but I do remember always enjoying it and seeing it as my 'talent' throughout elementary and middle school. By the time I had to make a career choice in high school, I decided to do pursue it professionally because I just couldn't stand dividing my time between schoolwork and making my personal drawings. It was torture! So I felt I had to do it in
While it's still spring, that is. As much as I hate when artists do this, I understand the necessity.
On Monday I'm going to go through my gallery and hack and slash. Probably dump most of my scrapbook and weed through the rest. Just a heads up.
Edit 5/25/09: BAM! Done! :3 I seem to have deleted mostly fan-art, which is okay - I'm much more forgiving of my original art.
So, I was on the internet the other day - fancy that. And, um, I was looking up Chris's address to send him his Christmas present (YES Christmas present, I'm only a couple of weeks late....not to mention I forgot his address), and I came across his mom listed on zoominfo.com. What zoominfo does, is it collects various articles on the web that have to do with the person (Chris's mom's were all school-related). And so, I got to thinking - what the hell, wonder if lil' ol me has an article or two out there. I wasn't expecting anything - I'm hardly a presence on the internet as everyone knows. So, suprise, suprise - I was in an article at Ani