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    SketchBook: You have some great work here! That's so cool...

    You have some great work here! That's so cool that you got to visit Blizzard, I'm jealous :P Nice work on the zbrush head, I worked with that program for a while a few years ago when I went to a...
  3. I wouldn't recommend moving without a job already...

    I wouldn't recommend moving without a job already landed.

    In 2000, I had my first job in the games industry as a 2D texture artist. I lived in LA at the time and all was comfortable. Except, I...
  4. Too late, looks like someone fed it after...

    Too late, looks like someone fed it after midnight..
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    On the actual topic though, totally agree with buying decent grade paint.
    Artist grade only costs a couple of quid more than the...
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    A bit of encouragement

    There is almost exactly a three year gap between the creation of these two images.

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    Work hard, y'all.
  6. Just keep doing the work you want to do. Trust...

    Just keep doing the work you want to do. Trust me: you'll have all the time in the world to do work for other people. Relish the chance to do whatever the hell you want, whenever you want.
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    A rose by any other name would smell as sweet and...

    A rose by any other name would smell as sweet and so would your gluteus maximus if called an arse.

    Arguments are good for solidifying thoughts if you're not too dogmatic.
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    SketchBook: Getting more and more experimental! Man, seems...

    Getting more and more experimental! Man, seems all the cool kids are doing it recently.......

    The paints and the inks are awesome. You're getting too good dudette. Those are some kickass lines a...
  9. Murder. Lots and lots of murder.

    Murder. Lots and lots of murder.
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    SketchBook: Great works. I like how you form your subjects...

    Great works. I like how you form your subjects using one direction lines.
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    I quite naturally prefer Seurat to his followers,...

    I quite naturally prefer Seurat to his followers, even Pissaro.
    But if asked to explain why, it goes something like this.

    Seurat's peculiar technique was part of his vision of the world. That is...
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    Ok, I think I get you now, Kev. That is a good...

    Ok, I think I get you now, Kev. That is a good painting you posted, it has a lot of purely abstract qualities at the same time as the figures are very alive and accurately captured.
    In Matisse's...
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    Jacob... that is simply not so. Firstly, a...

    Jacob... that is simply not so. Firstly, a successful artist is an artist who loves what he does and makes enough money at it that he can continue doing it. Secondly, a great realist right now can...
  14. The hit you get from a metaphor is a feeling of...

    The hit you get from a metaphor is a feeling of synthesis. A fusion. A oneness.
    It's no surprise to me that the witnessing of a metaphor should trigger a sensual response in the brain's activity.
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    Well, here's the deal... in my case, I am very...

    Well, here's the deal... in my case, I am very experienced in 3D, and very inexperienced in traditional art and media.
    Even with my crappy unskilled sketching, it's still faster for me to express...
  16. I'm only ever lived on Long Island, NY. (I like...

    I'm only ever lived on Long Island, NY. (I like long island, but to be honest, it's a little boring!) My family owns a condo in Vail, Colorado. My dad bought it back in the 70's when it wasn't really...
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    One thing I've noticed is that the visual arts...

    One thing I've noticed is that the visual arts are rather overboard about this whole arrogance issue. In acting or in music, if somebody said some of the things about their abilities that is common...
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    Probably not. Or maybe I would be better. ...

    Probably not.

    Or maybe I would be better.

    The simple fact is that if you're motivated to work hard, then art school will teach you a lot. But if you're motivated to work hard, then you're...
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    ART - What you're getting into.

    Seeing that a lot of questions are from youngsters about career paths in the arts I thought it might be helpful to have a thread that dealt with the issues all under one roof.

    "Should I choose a...
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    Craig Mullins PDF Sijun Posts

    Hi all

    I went through Craig Mullins his old posts at Sijun forums and decided to put them all in PDF before they vanish of the interwebs forever. I did select only his posts where he's telling...
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    I'll just leave this here... ...

    I'll just leave this here...

    http://img3.imageshack.us/img3/2497/sa0083small.jpg
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    I thought it was a problem of finding the reason...

    I thought it was a problem of finding the reason why you are making art. I wasn't sure, so I didn't give any advice (I just lingered on this thread yesterday with my message typed out, but decided to...
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    Personally, yes. It jiggles my jaffa cakes in a...

    Personally, yes. It jiggles my jaffa cakes in a way only art can. :sungod:

    Seriously though, if I don't find something fun I don't do it. If I am bored, and want to do something else, then I do....
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    Part of the equation, imho, and not mentioned yet...

    Part of the equation, imho, and not mentioned yet is developing your confidence - or moving in a direction that gives you confidence. For many people that tends to lead toward their 'style". In other...
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    I've been in a similar position for the past few...

    I've been in a similar position for the past few years, although I can't say how similar; I haven't been in school for five years, am not at all in the industry or doing anything remotely...
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