It's so interesting to read others' blogs on Deviant Art and see where they began. It's nice to see they started off small too. Sometimes I think I assume that their success happened out of thin air. In reality, these artists are not only talented, but dedicated and driven too. That's something I'm learning (finally). If you want something out of life, make it happen. No one will do it for you and it definitely will not simply fall into your lap. You might get rejected, or want to give up, but at the end of the day all that matters is that you don't give up on yourself. Everyone in your life can give up on you, but there you are still standin
I just ate blueberry greek yogurt with wheat germ mixed in and extra fresh strawberries on top. So. freaking. good! Scrumdiddlyumptious! haha. I needed something healthy to balance out the bacon I ate this morning... :D
Trying to establish myself as an artist is harder than I thought it would be. Isn't that the case for just about anything in life though? I guess the whole process of making/promoting/selling art is something I have to learn as I go.
I changed the name of my FB page. Trying to focus more on my name instead of a brand type of name. Search for "Stephanie Eichelberger" and support my work! :)
OH AND MY BFF BRITTINI was nice en
Despite not having a "real" job, and not currently in college (finishing up paperwork for A.A.S. degree), I've still managed to be pretty damn busy.
I'm in the middle of doing volunteer design work for Tails of Hope Foundation. This project will potentially involve Orange County Choppers, 3 Doors Down, and a few notable speakers, all for a 9/11 tribute event. I'm excited for Tails of Hope and I'm happy to be part of it all. Also been doing a lot interning for a local abstract/spiritual/plein aire painter. *Then* just some random freelance and personal work. Life is going in a good direction. :)
I'm trying to get better at uploading work on