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If you’ve ever sat at your desk and stared at the blank wall in front of you, ready to give up, maybe you need to slap some inspirational word-art in front of your face to kick you up the backside
There are tons of challenges like this out there. The latest and most tempting I’ve heard of is the #weeklyfive where you complete 5 drawings a week for 52 weeks. It’s a great challenge because you can start whenever you want and you have the freedom to do 5 in a day
So, you’re going to become a YouTuber! You’ve heard about these vloggers and content-creators with millions of followers, filming themselves playing video games and in return receiving endorsements with massive companies, getting sent free iPads for ‘giveaways’ like they’re hand-cream samples, or how about the make-up gurus who film their first
I am an artist. I always have been. But I haven’t always found it so easy to say so.
It’s the old cliche, I was drawing as soon as I could pick up a pen (or crayon), and without wanting to sound too up myself, I was always pretty good at
Maybe this is true for every generation, but as a 90’s kid, I have the biased view that I grew up in the ultimate era of classic, timeless children’s cinema. As far as I’m concerned, they can make as many sequels and reimagining’s as they like, but they’ll never compare to the originals. I mean, I grew up with films like The Lion King, Space Jam and Toy Story. You can’t top that!