Deviant since Jul 31, 2011 | Premium Member until Aug 16, 2015
Kiriban at 100,000 - Art Prizes!
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So many people say you should grow up and move on from cartoons once you reach a certain age. And you want to know something interesting I've observed?
Most people do just that. They temporarily get into something, then grow out of it. Most completely falling away from the entire realm.
So, why is it, that despite so many people proclaiming left and right that they will never actually participate in such a leave, considerable numbers do anyway? I personally believe it's a young kid/teenager thing. They say one thing and end up doing the exact opposite. It's almost weird.
People change as they age. Literally. You see in black one day and blue in the next. But what ultimately fabricates the construction of a permanent love for cartoons/characters etc. as a medium for storytelling? Well, that's a tricky line to establish. What does it mean to love cartoons/fake characters? Sure, people look back fondly of their childhood friends like Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck, but what is the difference between them, and the next generation of cartoonists?
They never grew up completely in their heart.
To me, adult instantly spells out everything wrong with the world. Children maintain a mindset that's pure and mostly imaginative and joyful. Many teenagers lose that trait faster than you can blink an eye, and it's sad.
It's sad that so many young, talented enthusiasts move on from their dreams. They give up on those magical characters they created. They quit participating in good ol' fashioned fun. It has to be "adult" for them to actually like it. Even something intended for children will be warped to fit that picture.
I say this with the intention that it's taken with a grain of salt. There are many interpretations of what defines a love of something and how much is too much.
I just wanted to leave some food for thought. Think about it. You're on this website today enjoying all of these things, but you may very well get tired of it and move on eventually. More than you think do just that.
☢A quiet and calculating fiend who schemes in the middle of nowhere.☢ Wotcha! Welcome to this little corner of madness that I have labeled "home," so to speak. I am a human being composed of oddities and ends which thus construct my thoughts and actions; which dutifully, never adhere to my will (most of the time.)
I believe in being a part of the 1%; the group of those who actually prefer to think outside of the box with intrinsic creations of brilliant originality. Works of art and etc. that capture you with their majestic awkwardness and quirks.
Be unique, defy the odds, and become the pioneer.
I use a variety of tools for my creations, though I am partial to digital art. I have been drawing for years, striving everyday to get better and better and better. My mind is hooked with a vicious metal grip on the stern method of hard work and never giving up.
I am nowhere near the best, but for me, the finish line is drawn deeply and powerfully there. Within this small crevice, you will find original art, Sonic the Hedgehog, many cartoons, some anime, and perhaps a tutorial or two.
Feel free to elaborate on any feelings you wish to share with me; I am an inquisitive person, and every word or image I take in goes into the storage section of my cranium.
The more the merrier I always say.
Cheers! Indulge into my gallery if you wish. Otherwise, good day and consider coming again!
Heh heh heh!
Q. Do you do requests? A. As of the time being I'm too busy with other projects. Sorry!
Q. Do you do commissions? A. I will announce when they are open.
Q. Do you do collaborations? A. Only if I think we can see eye to eye skill/artistically-wise. I don't have time to work with everyone, although I wish I did.
Q. What tools do you use for art? A. Adobe Photoshop CS2, Manga Studio Debut 4.0, and a Wacom Intuos Pro Tablet (along with paper, pencils, etc. etc. For animation, I use traditional paper and DigiCel Flipbook.)
Q. Can we be friends? A. Sure!!! Feel free to ask me anything at anytime. I mostly appreciate artistic conversations!
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