what happen, tell us !
I’m over it now, but…
Tried to make a compliment to an artist.
Turned out it wasn’t a compliment.
That odd moment when you think you’ve offended someone when trying to compliment them, but can’t really tell from the reaction they gave.
Sorta describes my relationship with video games as my main mode of stress relief from work and other things as I described. Hence, the lack of updates.
Has anyone ever felt happy for your friends but your competitive side in you wants to also punch a hole in the wall out of pure jealousy? Is this healthy? Is it okay to feel this way sometimes?
What you say means a lot to me, honestly. I work hard on my art whenever I can, and for every character I want to at least make their eyes stand out and look different among one another.
I’m still trying to get over the ‘I’ll draw when I feel like it phase’ and also not have too many distractions around me. A full-time job also doesn’t make this task much easier to accomplish or tolerate. That way I can maybe make more meaningful updates, like I see other folks doing here and there, putting out a string of panels that definitely shows how much work they’ve put into their craft. But I just can’t get there yet with the aforementioned attributes of my dilemma.
It sounds like I put a lot on myself, doesn’t it? I’ve got few friends I’ve made on here that believe in me more than I believe in myself, and fewer that also act like the sun shines out of my ass. To know that they love what I do and can’t wait to see what I come up with next…it’s refreshing. And in return, it inspires me to keep at it and improve.
…Did I just solve my own problem?
I wanna be inspirational one day. Or, if I am, I wish for it to be more affirmed. Cause I don’t feel like I’m making much difference sometimes.
Does your oc have a crush on mine? S.C. or Spades? I’m curious.
Hex: "Now… I could really care less. She was great scenery on the way back from Canterlot High, but that’s about all I could regard her as from that far down on the street…Didn’t want to bother her work by shouting; pretty sure she got plenty of cat calls then, too…"