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    internship type thing

    wasup everyone, Im new here. Im 16, my name is Maximilian, yaddadayaddaydadda........
    anyways, I live in the sanfransico bay area, and my teacher recomended that i try to find some sort of internship with an artist were i can basically just chill and watch them work. Ive snooped around this website for about a year, and i know how incredible all of you are so if anyone is willing to help me out it would be fucking awsome.

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    -the drunk dude on the couch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunk
    wasup everyone, Im new here. Im 16, my name is Maximilian, yaddadayaddaydadda........
    anyways, I live in the sanfransico bay area, and my teacher recomended that i try to find some sort of internship with an artist were i can basically just chill and watch them work. Ive snooped around this website for about a year, and i know how incredible all of you are so if anyone is willing to help me out it would be fucking awsome.

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    -the drunk dude on the couch
    This really grinds my gears...

    Let me give you some good advice.

    No working, professional artist is going to want a 16 year-old "artist" just CHILLING around their house, watching them draw, because he thinks it would be fucking awsome and yaddaydddayddaa to get free lessons from the big-boys at an "internship-type-thing." You're making a GREAT first impression there "drunk dude on the couch" (haha, that's SOOO funny!).

    In other words: Be more respectful when you're soliciting for a job no one asked you to apply for.

    Oh, yeah... more advice: GO DRAW

    may your day be filled with happiness and love!

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    I don't know Parker. I think it might be fun to have a drunk 16 year old hanging around my house. I'm sure he would pay close attention.

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    asshole

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunk
    asshole
    Yes, you evidently are...

    ~M

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunk
    asshole


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    I think most young artists should be home schooled.

    I keep telling people high school makes you neurotic, but no one believes me...I don't know why?

    I think I said that on another thread?

    [Edit]I don't drink because I'm obnoxious enough sober.[/Edit]

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    I agree with that noserider. I would've been alot better off if I had gone to some type of arts program instead of "normal" high school. Or at least gone to a school with a decent arts program already in place.

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