I always pair up anything I create with a piece of writing that I’m more proud of than the actual art work itself. No one likes to read the written part though, usually, and not because they don’t like what it says, but because it requires them to read. Now I understand this, but it gives me anxiety because I want to feel comfortable showing my work, and how can I show a piece without someone fully committing to wanting to understand it? Maybe this is a little extreme, but I don’t feel the visual piece is worth much without the context I provide for it. The written part is so important! The thoughts in my head are way more significant to me than the visual I end up producing.
So far this year I finished a half sleeve, met / got tattooed by an artist I’m a huge fan of, traveled through a bunch of different states, picked up a digital art minor, became single for all the right reasons, turned 21, quit my horrible job and started a way better job, managed to buy myself a mac, cut my hair, and learned how to like myself without the help of others. Let’s see what else I can accomplish before the years over.
How many hours earlier must someone wake up every morning to achieve a beautiful, long lasting complexion? Also how in gods name do you do make up. My routine/what ever I attempt to do with lipstick and eyeliner every morning isn’t interesting to me anymore