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You have a knack for awing me these days, Dex. This is a stunningly dynamic image with a great sense of depth to a dramatic showdown. I...

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Journal Entry: Mon Apr 6, 2015, 5:38 AM
  • Mood: Scared
  • Listening to: Young at Heart
  • Reading: Thorgal
  • Watching: True Detective
  • Playing: Goldeneye
  • Eating: Burger
  • Drinking: Coke

Happy Easter, everyone!

I hope you're all enjoying your three-day weekend and stuffing yourselves full of chocolate eggs. I'm going to take it slow today, since lately I've been pretty busy finishing up some work at the drawing board. I got the last pages drawn for The Boy With the Moon in His Eyes, which means I'll finally be done once they're coloured! It's been a long haul, but I can't wait until the job is complete. That reminds me, I forgot to mention that our Kickstarter campaign for the project turned out to be a bust, amassing only a quarter of our intended goal. That's embarrassing. :doh: Nevertheless, the author is committed to getting his book printed and he'll manage to sort out the financing somehow. I still want to thank everyone who supported and backed the project.

With the book nearing completion, I'm reminded that I need to look for other sustainable sources of work. That's when I got a call last week from an entrepreneur who plans on starting his own combined arts school in South London (with a strong emphasis on dance). He was impressed with my work and is considering hiring me for all the marketing and designs of the school, as well as training students in art class.

That's right: If all goes well, I'm going to become an art teacher! :wow:

I never imagined myself in this position before. I have the knowledge, but no formal training in a teaching role. The closest I came was when I first moved to London and I was working out of the Ilford computer room where classes are held for jobseekers. (I wasn't part of the class, I just didn't have my own laptop.) I started assisting others with the course so much that I sort of became a second hand to the instructor there. Still, I'm more than a little intimidated about managing my own class in a school. I've reached that point where I don't really think about how I draw, I just draw it. I still remember this bloke from my web design course who obviously wasn't a real teacher, just some amateur who was roped in to teach basic HTML. God help me if I ever turn into that guy. I guess this could be an opportunity for me to revise my training and translate that into a comprehensive coursework for eager young minds.

There's still a lot to consider before all this gets underway, though. For one thing, I still haven't seen the campus or know much about the student demographic. Equipment needs to be purchased, plans drawn out and various logistics. I may even need to move out, which I'm hesitant to do because I love this house and the people in it. Places like this are hard to come by, and South London offers few favourable alternatives. I'll stay on top of this, since it could be good for me in the long run. Instead of harshly criticizing people online, I'll get to harshly criticize them in person. This is going to be fun! :devilish:

What part of your art needs improving most? 

64 deviants said Drawing
51 deviants said Ideas/design
35 deviants said Coloring
33 deviants said Speed
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Plucky Pugilist
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
United Kingdom
Current Residence: Kicking around North London
Favourite genre of music: 80's rock. Legends never die! *doffs hat to 80's flag*
Favourite photographer: Uh.... I'll get back to you on this one. Stay tuned, folks!
Favourite style of art: Does the luminous, plasticised style of "Tron" count?
Operating System: Windows 7 on a 1.7Ghz crashable laptop
MP3 player of choice: Winamp
Shell of choice: Armour-piercing shells
Wallpaper of choice: You don't want to know....
Skin of choice: Human. It sticks to my flesh better.
Favourite cartoon character: Bugs Bunny. What's up, doc?
Personal Quote: I never make the same mistake twice, but I always make every mistake once.



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OpalWolfess Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
WOW... your art and drawing style is just amazing and i LOVE it!!! :D what am i doing I NEED TO CLICK THE WATCH BUTTON!!!!
YuGiOhBasemaker Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015  Student Artist
Where do you read the sonic comics?
or do you order them? :) I'd like to read them I think.
VioletWhirlwind Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Why am I not already watching you? :+devwatch:
glitcher Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I wonder why everyone isn't already watching me. ;)
MontyTH Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015   General Artist
Hey! Do you take point comissions? o.o
glitcher Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm afraid not, sorry.
MontyTH Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015   General Artist
Little-Endian Featured By Owner Edited Mar 26, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Your new boxing avatar is really fun ! :D
glitcher Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Glad you like it! I hope you realize it's based on Little Mac. ;)
Little-Endian Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hehehe no, I didn't know that reference ^^
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