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Started by pigeon-wing, July 05, 2006, 05:47:49 PM
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Quote from: pigeon-wingThe requirements say "original" content, so I hope that style isn't too painfully generic for you, whereas my other style probably is n_n;
Quote from: grieverQuote from: pigeon-wingThe requirements say "original" content, so I hope that style isn't too painfully generic for you, whereas my other style probably is n_n;I'm going to be painfully blunt here, as this has been building for a little while, but people who draw their art in the anime style and fill out applications here seriously tick me off. It's a confliction set of ideas: 1) I'm proud of my art/enjoy doing it, so I'm trying to promote myself and get better webspace vs. 2) I draw generic art, oh woes I am shamed (insert cute smiley here). Whenever I read applications from artists who draw in the anime style (or at least, have been influenced by it) and bend over backwards apologizing for their unoriginality, it makes me want to vote nay on the space (assuming we still had the poll).If you're putting a portfolio of anime style art up there, sounding ashamed or lessening it to your future original style does not make you sound like a confident artist in my book. Be proud and supportive of what you create or don't bother to do it in the first place.Also, original content does not have to mean unique drawing style. It can also mean having an original plotline, a new and expanded digital art technique, a new way of blending sounds, or a new way of perceiving media in general.
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