Just a thought after listing to my mother talk:
When I was in grade two "language skills" I would analyze why a character did what they did. I had no concerns for the syllabus because I didn't care to learn what all the words meant.
I couldn't spell, but I still don't care about that.
When I was even younger I was a rebel but never to be disruptive. If I didn't walk the straight line it was because I appreciated the pattern on the floor.
I swear a month or 2 ago I was dreaming about paying rent and splitting a studio space. Right know I'm ready to rent a big white industrial unit and begin manufacturing and collaborating on many different projects with various artists and designers. Underground design, blasting music and just working on what we love to do. I'm very excited.
The Sandbox Society is starting for real now. Sandbox Toys, or in this case the robot featured in my scrap work on D.A will be the first of these honest and hand made by me, high quality items. Each one will be made with love and integrity. The first products out the gate will be 150 limited addition, see
So there's this big thing about censoring your ideas. What should I show people and what should I protect? I'm at the point where it's time to show people what I'm made of. Some hide their work but I have 10,00,000.0 ideas and concepts a year and I produce fast enough now that if someone copies one of my works well, I'll have a better one next week. If someone wants to take my ideas outright I'll find them. ;). + it's an issue of moral integrity at that point. Plagiarism is weak and makes people look bad anyway. Also, no one will be able to do something in the exact way i do it. My work comes from heart and you can't copy that
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thank you so much commenting on my sticker pic since so many people enjoyed it i made a little coupon for my online shop heres the code: IHEARTSTICKERS its free shipping for the sticker pack i sell i hand draw almost all of them heres the site: [link] thanks (: