make a wish!
There are too much feelings and longing in this (in every piece rvsa make in fact). My heart aches.
Sydney, commission for happyturd! She’s a cutie pie!
While I don’t want to be the voice of reason that buzzkills your art dreams, the fact is few people can make a full- time living in this business. Fewer still can sustain a long term career in the creative arts.
It’s hard to know when to let something go. Or when to keep pushing through.
A full time art job is hard, scary and can be completely fucking heartbreaking at times. For all the people who want to do this for a living and make it their end-all, be-all ultimate goal- it is probably not the fantasy you are envisioning in your head.
I could go on forever on the harsh, terrifying realities of earning an actual sustainable living doing this but i really don’t feel like reminding myself of how tired, isolated and stressed I am most of the time in order to make it work. I love what i do but…. I’m very, very lucky i got this to be a thing.
A day job is not an art crime, guys.
Important for recent grads, and not so recent grads.
I’m a receptionist in an agency for 5 hours a day, this leaves me the morning to do whatever I please (Art!), and I’m lucky enough to have it easy at work, so I can even bring a sketchbook (Art!) for when I’m bored. I do commissions as a way to have extra money and it’s great so far! Even though I won’t be a receptionist forever, it helped me a lot and I have now faith in a future job in graphism, I know I am capable.
Hell, they even made a BIG mistake at work; they sent me what they called a signature tablet for me to check the parcels, magnetic badges etc. and I received it yesterday; it’s actually an effin’ graphics tablet (Okay, the cheapest and smallest but STILL)! I may not have photoshop on the computer but whatever paint will to fine, or oekaki websites for all I care. :D
Dancing Emily (Corpse Bride), commissioned work that I’m really proud of.
Aaaannnd Alise again! But, I promise, I’m not a creeper it was a commission order this time!
1st type of fans: OMG OMG OMG SHE’S ONLINE AND POSTING. GOODBYE ALL I AM GONE FRIENDS. I’M SO SCARED OMGGggggG *pours salt*
2nd type of fans: ok your blog is more intriguing then scary, it doesn’t really scare me, but I love it and I learn a lot from it. THANK YOU FOR EXISTING!
The third type is sort of a mix between the two.
Sixpenceee would actually love to encounter the third kind—
'Tis now a shirt and I’M HAPPY.
And— GREAT NEWS! Inkster now have worldwide shipping; all it took was to ask them, that’s awesome.
temiel a dit : Haha, you’re not the first person I’ve heard asking that. We totally do say bye, and in fact it drives me nuts when people in movies just hang up- so rude!
Oh, faith restored then! xD If it’s because of the episode’s length they should just reduce sexy times so they can actually be polite on the phone, meh!
duskflavors a dit : nah ヽ （´ー｀） we say bye, sometimes even accidentally “bye, love you” and its real embarrassing
This is another thing that I do not understand; in France if you are dating someone then, yeah, it is because you love them, so why is it such a big deal for americans to say ‘I love you’? Every time a character — despite having sex every five minutes in the show — says it, they got really embarrassed like omygodimadiewhydidisayeeet….!?
Do americans really hang up the phone without saying bye or even finishing the conversation, just like in every US show/movie?! It’s upsetting me every.fuckin.time.
@dyspnoeic a dit : You should have done it!
Shhh, this is a secret but, will you believe me if I tell you I’m making a comic about my own Sailor? (Also is this a good idea to talk about it since I take forever to achieve anything, IF I achieve it xD)
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