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Last edited by lucauchi; August 3rd, 2013 at 11:04 AM.
So everyone's preparing to go to the San Diego ComicCon '10, and I'm here on this small island. Its really really sad for me to know that so many of my "heros" will be there waiting to meet new people, and I cannot be there. It would be so inspirational for me to be there and simply talk to these artists....
All I have acquired through art is only because I worked hard at it and had no one to give me some first hands-on help. I really ask myself on how better and faster I could get in art if only I'd be around such talented artists. I look around me, see what I have and do my best with it - I dedicate so much time to painting (art in general) in a day that I believe that to have someone here would be just an amazing experience; someone who I can look directly in his eyes and say "man I just wanna be as good as you!"
Sometimes I feel on giving up in art because it's hard to make money here out of this profession... but then I say "it's not worth to give up on the only thing I really love to do". I am always with my fingers crossed waiting to see all these hard working days to pay off.
Below is my latest digital painting - sometimes I feel like this dude on the floor who gave up in battle...
The Last Kill
Until tomorrow - all the best.