Every time I stop drawing for more than a week, can someone just smack me real hard?
It’s one of my favourite things to do, and I get so much pride and joy from doing it… I just get lazy, and forget sometimes.
I need to keep developing new concepts, and keep making new ideas about what to draw next! As long as I keep my mind active in thinking about what I want to draw, I will keep having the motivation to do it. It feels really natural when I hold the pencil and begin create lines that connect with each other. It feels right.
I really consider myself some sort of collector. Like, I see these images, and I want them for myself, so I add them to my sketchbook… at least I have lately. Or a character that I really love from a video game. I want to add them to my collection and have my very own version of them.
If I was a artist back in the day, I would have definitely been a realist. Illustrating what I see and not so much what I imagine. That’s not to say I don’t imagine things, I just imagine things that are already real.
I caught a few minutes of this program on TV and Leonard Nimoy was talking about art, and he said that art helps people reflect upon their own lives. And I really liked it. It makes art not sound like some distant concept that only the intellectual and high class can understand. It makes it seem less snoody, and more for the entire human race to enjoy and take something out of.
I still don’t consider myself an artist. And I don’t think I ever will. I wonder what that says about me.
Nope, George Brown. Apparently they have a decent Graphic Design program, so I was considering doing Web Design. So I would design the layouts of websites and interactive mediums alike. I just don’t know if I’m good enough to complete with the Torontonian designers. But I figured I would learn everything I could so that I could try, you know? Tumblr needs a better communicating system, haha
I'm working on this big hockey project for my friend which, as interesting as it is, makes me want to vomit because it's so much work. Why are you contemplating life, my friend?
OH! No wayy! That is gnarly! Well work means productiveness and productiveness means purpose, and that my friend is something worth having :) hahah, well I dropped out of Journalism and I’m trying to figure out what to do next. So I’m moving to Toronto to study art and design :) and I’m not sure where that’s going to take me. So I’m wondering if it’s a good idea.