At 11/19/14 01:06 PM, Cairos wrote:
Figure out what comes more naturally to you. Whatever it is can always be learned on the side.
Money unfortunately will always be a deal breaker, but never let it decide your value as a person.
Try not to make any impulse decisions. Continue to discuss this with family, friends and colleagues.
By naturally, then definitely something more on drawing.
The reason I wanted to program for a while because games.
But, though I still do find that video games are teh best art form, I rather enjoy them than make one to be honest.
Like I said, I just recently found an actual good and cheap college for fine arts.
So now, I have options.
Been talking to every people that I can.
And, despite the usual topic of money or the future of getting a job, they tend to say if this is something I won't regret.
And, both sides is something I wouldn't regret.
I think, it's a matter of what I enjoy the most now..
Oh and education here is pretty cheap.
Like the cheapest (PUP) is just $6 per sem but the college I'm going (TUP) to is like $200 per sem, which is still cheaper than the normal $500-$1000.