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April 29th, 2014 #1
Just like waking up from a coma...starting all over?
I've been in process of applying for LAAFA this Fall. And something happened. My Screen Actors Guild membership was fully activated and now I am a SAG member. I'm technically an actor now.
I don't know...since my LAAFA application is heavily dependent on VA's vocational rehabilitation program, and they do their best not to cough up the tuitions for the vets. So I am thinking about taking an online storyboarding class while working as a union extra for a while. Yeah, I am talking about Skillshare.
It's been a year since I decided to give up art, and now I feel like I am learning to walk all over again. Now I do have this fear of empty page of a sketchbook, not knowing what to draw at all. Having OCD, I am tormented by this strange fear of being mocked. And I am 'afraid' of doing some master copies. It's really difficult to get over this fear. I want to be addicted to doodling, just like 20 years ago back in high school...
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April 29th, 2014 #3
Or dump the paper in coffee, and I'm not even kidding. Some people find it easier to work on paper with irregularities/texture/colours that have already "ruined" and filled the page. And well, don't show the drawings to anyone.
Also I would also recommend taking a read at the replies of your older threads, it's more than likely you have gotten advice in those that would be just as applicable now.
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