I hate it when people treat being an artist like it’s a privilege. Like it’s just some golden star that fell into my soul one day, and gave me all of the skills and all of the talents and ~why oh why~ can’t I just be happy with my mistakes because some people don’t even know how to get half of the way there.
I am still a student of my practice. I am not even at a fraction of the kind of level that I would be satisfied with.
Don’t tell me not to point out my mistakes.
Don’t tell me not to try and improve.
Don’t tell me not to want to be at a higher skill level than I currently am.
I’m sorry if you decided to pick up art a week ago, and are struggling with how to outline a basic hand, and it makes you feel insecure about your work as I fully shade a piece and talk about how shit it is. But I’ve been doing this all my life, and I have way more investment in becoming better at it than you can probably understand.
Don’t guilt trip me for wanting to improve.
Art Student Owl template is from Know Your Meme.
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Crystal chronicles Crystal Bearers was surprisingly entertaining. I think the problem with it overall is the lack of information especially with the combat. It’s more of an alchemy style game with mixing and matching things rather than brute force combat. And the story was 100% entertaining.
It’s gone through hell and back but today it wanted to please me by unlocking its screen, which I haven’t done in about a year since its destruction. I’m glad it’s still cooperating. I might get it fixed up soon.
I held my breath at the last one.
IT WAS COOL AND THEN IT GOT SCARY AS SHIT
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I think I totally fucked up the anniversary when I bought all the gifts home… 2 weeks early lol. Then everything I tried to do today completely went from ok good idea to motherfucking 180 degree horribly bad mother fucker! Lol all I can do is laugh. Because most of this obvious abomination of a day stems from my foot in the right door at the wrong time. The anniversary is late lol. We had ours 2 weeks ago.
My gaming taste can be a bit… adventurous to say the least. My mind gets the most out of experiences that feel like sensory overloads. This is partly why I can’t stick to playing FPS, Sports, and sandbox type games. There’s nothing wrong with these genres persae, but in ways they are the main genre’s that lack imagination, vivid imagery, and experimentation. I stick to platformers because there tends to be more visual esthetic to that accompanies the gameplay. Action adventure usually goes the same route. Fighting games also tend to be more visual flare, and the satisfying feeling you get from pulling off a 150hit combo, correlates to the same feeling as perfecting a string of times jumps or solving the puzzles that almost pushed you to the limit of quitting the experience. I love my gf because she doesn’t dismiss my taste, but rather embrace them and understand them. Never would I had imagined her playing a lengthy RPG light game like The Last Story, nor did I imagine her picking up Skyward Sword especially after hearing her distaste for the series all together (without really having reason to, I might add). Yet here she is, indulging in Zelda like its the best thing since slice bread. Taking a piece of my mind… I love that.Edit: Typing on my phone and seeing these hidden corrections make me sound like a complete moron lol all these errors are horrendous =__=
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