Getting to know you: What are your plans for 2018?
Improve my artwork.
Learn a new skill.
Help the community.
Participate in groups, forums, and chats more.
What did you do for Halloween?
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- Take kid/Grandkids out.
- Trick Or Treated.
- Stayed home and passed out candy.
- I don't celebrate.
- Hobbies like art or video games, etc...
Are there names that you hate and are cringe worthy and...
| 18 votes
- Yes, comment on pet peeves please! (May do aname list write up of overused names for WR Group.)
- Not that I am aware of...
Thinking about joining inktober this year, are you?
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- Yes I am Joining
- Thinking about joining.
Learn more and improve and help the community to do the same. I'm planning on starting commissions too, as I want to do what I love to do. Looking forward to do collaborations with artists who are into creative writing but, that will probably take couple of months.
How about you?
How about you?
That all sounds cool. I am looking forward to adding more resources and references from my bookmarks to my group's database. Continue to keep writing my story, teach my son to talk more, get back into drawing and experiment with digital art. I also look forward to participating in project comment more. If you are looking for colab work you may post an ad in the member ad folder there are tons of members there I'm sure that would be interesting.
lol I don't do resolutions either. I instead try to set goals. I find setting resolutions hmm whats the word I'm looking for. People seem to take them too seriously and final. A goal even failed still has progression. Becuase failure still results in learning something.
But that's why they are goals if you fail you still learn. And someone told me if you set time limits you kind of kill your motivation. So a way around that is to still give yourself an end goal date but put a contingency on it that if you don't make it you can allow yourself an extension so you are always working towards it.
I guess its more looking at it from a progressional point of view. Progress is always being made however small or even if a misstep or backstep is taken. Kind of a neat moving forward philosophy. I wish I could be better at words at times. If could find a better way to word it and make it a like quote or something that would be cool.
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