Read this.Hey, I just wanted to say that I know you're going through some stuff right now, stuff that may make life a little harder or even a lot harder. I know you've felt so alone and like no one cares that you're hurting and suffering, but I just wanted to say I love you. Wherever you are, whoever you are, whatever has happened or is happening to you… you're not alone. You are amazing, beautiful, wonderful, unique, and worth every breath of life you breathe. I love you, I need you in this world, and I wish only the best things for you. You are in my heart always, all of you. I pray that you find a peaceful end to the troubles of your life and I just want you to know that despite everything, despite feeling like no one cares… please know that I do. I may be a stranger to you but that doesn't mean I don't feel for you. You are special and so very loved by more people than you know.
Drawing the same things vs. trying out new thingsLet me tell you a little personal story:In my almost 7 years of online presence as an artist, I experienced various and kinda strange things.When I started, I mostly drew the same subjects: cute girls, mainly headshots. Soon the first criticism I received was "You always draw the same stuff and I slowly get bored." And yes, it hurt because when I was younger, I needed the acknowledgement of other people. We all do in a certain way, or else we wouldn't share our art in public, right?But I overall had fun at what I was drawing. I liked my art style and to be honest, I never changed my style drastically. Sure, some things changed automatically, it's called development. And I simply enjoyed drawing cute girls.Later some people suggested me to draw boys. May I reveal a secret? I recently read my old diary and even when I was 12, I already wrote "I can't draw boys!". And over 10 years later, you still rarely find a guy in my gallery.I started to draw boys, when I want to show support to