It's been quiet lately, I've been surprisingly busy trying to quit my job and earlier this month I finally managed it :D OK so I'm not exactly happy to leave, I honestly loved that job, but there comes a point when I have to be honest with myself and admit that it's not going anywhere and if I ever want to move out I need to get paid a decent wage. Oh well.
In the mean time I've been trying to get REALLY good at art while I figure out what I want to do with my life - specifically digital art, which I've struggled with for a long time, even at University (I have a bachelor's degree in animation, I should probably be better at
OK, so 'exciting' is relative and I know that a lot of people on here actually won't care that much :p
I've decided to jump on the Redbubble bandwagon! You can find my stuff here --> https://www.redbubble.com/people/ElenaKatana/shop?asc=u
At the moment it's just getting started and I'm slowly putting up my work one piece at a time and resizing everything takes ages! I'm not expecting to make much money at all but the thought of someone paying for my art is an exciting one indeed, so please do drop by even just to browse.
I've also decided not to do Inktober this year (can you tell??), I've had a lot of stuff going on for the last couple
So this update is going to be gratuitously cheesy, apologies in advance.
Having now finished a complete Inktober for the first time EVER needless to say I'm feeling rather proud of myself. It's odd not feeling pressured to draw a new thing every day. I've learned a couple of things along the way. Posting on the internet is not that scary anymore. It used to be the case that every time I'd post a piece of work on the internet I'd cringe majorly at myself, like my work didn't deserve to be on the internet. I've become a lot more confident in just posting and sharing regardless of whether or not its rubbish or not. So far no one has yelled at m