Hey guys, now that AVCon is finally over (I only went for one day but...that was enough) I can and will be concentrating on actual art and gifts, commissions and other artsy things I need to attend to.
:bulletpurple: I have a twitch account, but it has nothing in it so far as I will be working on some videos once I get some tech gear happening! :nod:
:bulletred: Youtube will be a 'dump' ground for any videos I made on Twitch or exclusive ones I decide to make for Tutorials, DIY stuff, my other hobbies (including Lolita Fashion, coordinates, random things within that genre) and also FAQ's for people who may want to look back at a certain top
This is a rant about a post I saw and reacted to... I replied to the person, who shall remain nameless because I don't want to use this as an attack or whatever.. but it really opened my mind to the bigger picture. Not just in the fashion industry side of the actual topic/conversation/post I replied to, but in generalising (and no I won't spell you with a z..) the every day society of how us as humans deal with things that are obscure, different and alien to our own nature and morals, I decided to use Lolita Fashion or EGL (Elegant Gothic Lolita) as an example of how I see things from that general perspective, so... if you wana spend the next
Hey Nat! One traditional to another, but I wonder...what do you do with all of your older drawings that are already posted to the internet or your pc? I mean like do you shred them (I mean the REALLY old stuff from like 2010), or keep them because I always see how much room I'm running out of in my room to hold the drawings lol Just wanted your thoughts
Hey! I hear yah buddy... but no way!! I would never shred them!! I kind of can't seeing that all my past works are and do get laminated to protect them... then they get stored in filing cabinets Trust me, as a collector as well, I have had to find ways in order to fit everything... not just arts in the house we also have other collectibles of our own we save...and put away and display. So yeah it's just a matter of finding ways (like bookshelves, built in closets and such to house all the things!)
I feel ya XD Even though they're posted online, there's a special feeling of keeping them preserved since your worked so hard on them. In which case, I'mma find me a bigger cabinet so I can show future generations lol XDD Thanks Nat!
It's a good idea to have your creations laminated if you are doing traditional works. And keep them away from sun light and moisture. We just need a bigger house now we are slowly outgrowing this one and then have custom built in robes everywhere for storage!! <3