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  1. waterlibra
    08-27-2016 04:05 PM
    No error at all. Honesty is the way to go! You being direct may make some uncomfortable, but I value it. So many are fake snakes nowadays.
  2. waterlibra
    08-27-2016 03:49 PM
    waterlibra commented on How do you like your sex?
    Excellent solo life. I love your honesty.
  3. Imagineering
    07-22-2014 06:29 PM
    Oh I get the quote now! Marvelous. On the same page with this. It's a bit cryptic but wonderful. It's the bigger big picture.
  4. Imagineering
    07-22-2014 06:27 PM
    Thanks for the info. I always was rather fond of artists who started off as tracer's Like Michaelangelo. Drops out of school at 14 and puts himself in the company of artist's/poets. The man knew what to do. It was the way to get there. See it do it live it.
  5. Imagineering
    07-20-2014 03:35 PM
    How did you go about talking to the lead digital artists?
  6. Imagineering
    07-20-2014 03:32 PM
    Forgive all the posts as I Pm would have been more suitable. What is PS7?
  7. Imagineering
    07-20-2014 03:30 PM
    Have you looked at gray's anatomy any? The book is extremely difficult to learn(for me) albeit it is very thorough. The kind of book a man carries around for 5 years or so reading it daily.
  8. Imagineering
    07-20-2014 03:29 PM
    I've taken up an interest in anatomy as of late. Spent some looking closely at Michaelangelos art davinchi's. It was interesting to see where they filled in the blanks with hair and other matters. Michaelangelo hated painting and you can see it in his work. The crudeness. I had an album cover of some mechanical parts off a motorcycle and put it beside Michaelangelo's line and compared and I could just see the comparable crudeness.
  9. Imagineering
    07-20-2014 03:27 PM
    thanks for this. I have a similar job behind a computer screen. It seems your route could be better. A lot to learn with drawing though. A lot to learn...
  10. Imagineering
    07-20-2014 11:48 AM
    I thought you might use a wacom and illustrator.
  11. Imagineering
    07-19-2014 09:57 PM
    Do you use the adobe cloud?
  12. Mohammad
    02-19-2013 07:33 AM
    Sure you can. There is no substitute for hard work.
  13. Dung
    02-18-2013 01:35 PM
    Thanks for added info about personal stuff. It must be important enough for you to do, and keep in the back of your mind though, looks like a passion you had maybe in your earlier age. Maybe it just means you need to find an outlet for your creativity - but it could also an asset in a "real" job. I'm positive you'll find another job before too long, although I do not share the sentiment that

    You don't do what you really want. It becomes a job.

    ... Doing what you really want is possible, yet it means you have to sacrifice something else.

  14. mieu
    02-18-2013 04:44 AM
    Cool story, bro
  15. zibber
    02-18-2013 01:45 AM
    My last job was delivering mail. I'm on a little sabbatical now.
  16. Dung
    02-08-2013 05:41 AM

    Do I really want this job? - For some reason I'm compelled to re-read what you wrote.

    Well that's the important question here, right.
    I understand why you were venting and the feeling that stem from this kind of stress, which makes you hate everything. Yes, you're surrounded by incompetents. Now, why is it you want to join their club? At the same time you want to be the guy that can draw everything.
    You can't do both. It takes years of training to become any good, in any field.

  17. Monte314
    02-06-2013 08:47 PM
    Your situation touched me... I wish there was something more that could be offered than a few lame suggestions and a pat on the back. But I know that sharing feelings usually helps, and I'm a good listener.
  18. eagleseven
    02-06-2013 12:23 AM
    eagleseven commented on Interviews suck. And then you die.
    See my response.
  19. Dung
    02-05-2013 06:03 AM
    Dung commented on Interviews suck. And then you die.
    Sorry, I understand there is financial and time pressure associated with being jobless, I was trying to help, saying: this is a good time to focus on what you really want to do, before getting sucked up again into the money laundry machine. You'll eventually find another job, that's a given. In a similar situation, I'd focus on do I really want this job?, rather than on the frustration and urgency of the moment. For you might discover better opportunities if you put on with a little more patience. If you're frustrated and desperate, it definitely shows during an interview - needless to say it reflects negatively on your potential as a candidate. That's maybe part of the reason why they ousted you.
  20. Dung
    02-04-2013 01:21 PM
    Happy to hear that, is sounds like great news. Don't get me wrong, but I always viewed being out of a job as a precious moment for oneself to reconsider things and think of important strategies, this is to say, doing what one feels worth doing and what one is compelled to do. And it seems that's exactly how you see it as well. Keep me updated on your progress (and I know it's a lot of work).

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