10 Reasons You Shouldn't Quit ArtYou know i keep my journals short, so i'll jump right to it.
1. When you get an idea for a character, or an illustration or a comic, you can just draw it. You don't have to browse and see if anyone else drew it already, or commission other artists to do it.
2. If you get really good at art, your favorite artist might watch you back.
3. You might eventually get paid for it.
4. Because even if there's tons of art out there, and many great artists, no one, and i mean NO ONE can ever draw what you draw. There can be similar ideas, but only you can bring your particular flavor of art to life.
5. The awesome comments. The better you get at art, the more awesome and elaborate comments you get. Who doesn't want to get praised?
6. Art trades with really good artists!
7. Because quitting is lame.
8. Because when IRL people ask you what you do and you say you're an artist, you get the most interesting reactions. It never gets old.
9. Because you get to browse the internet a
I came here to post art, look at art, and to reach out my little grape viney arms to possibly connect to other people.|
I have a legion of characters, and three main stories I'm working on, my favorite of which involving the lovable antics of a drag queen who saves a naked blue-haired shape-shifting girl who falls off the top of his art gallery.
I'm seemingly incapable of writing anything below a PG rating, as I always seem to squeeze in naked people or man-eating beasties or both in my stories. At least those are my favorite to write.
But, you'll mostly be seeing my art, which is fairly mild. However, I do have this rule where I draw every character I have nude. Not all at once mind you, but it's just a thing.
I seem to be obsessed with naked people.
I'm a meme whore, and I love these stupid little plz buttons I also love using new vocabulary words just because I can. So if I've used a weird word in a message to you, that's why.
I'm a feminist, I'm pro gay-rights, and I advocate both medicinal and recreational marijuana