Artists are especially prone to desperation. As are all beginning business people, freelancers, writers, singers, and anyone else whose lifestyle depends on their own ability to put food on the table through their skills and talents. It comes in many flavours; standard ‘I need more clients’ flavour, ‘I’m stuck on this piece’ flavour, ‘I need a break but can’t take time off’ flavour or some other flavour of lack. Continue reading
Between you and me, I like to think that “despair” is too melodramatic for what we go through sometimes when working alone. However I believe this has more to do with my own discomfort than the word being incorrect. Continue reading
Doubt is what happens when you are aware of your own abilities (or think you are) and know where you want to go (or think you do) and you see a gap between those two places. Continue reading
When I sat down to write this article I wasn’t sure if I was ready to tackle this month’s set of issues.
You see, it’s easy to talk about how to improve your 3D Art from a technical point of view, or even as an abstract concept (I’m looking at you Emotion). It’s much harder to look at the process of creating itself and jump into the ditch to fight those monsters with you. But, although anyone that’s played DnD with me would dispute this point, I’m not one to avoid a fight just because it looks difficult. Continue reading