Why "I have Drawn my Entire Life" doesn't matter

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A lot of people will say "I have drawn my entire life", but what does that exactly mean?

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Nice movie

So this was a nice little naration of a movie here and you discuss some real issues that may have come up alot of times in artists minds but regardless you did a good job here and was a nice little animation here so nice job here I like it its a nice little video

This type of movie doesnt really need any suggestions or changes


Nice and I agree.
You just got to practice and learn.
Being an artist or animator is a life long discipline..or it could be.

This was well thought out and presented. As I understood it: We start out playing with as many balls as possible, but then we get old and end up only playing with one set of balls, over and over again, reminiscing about the variety and frequency of past ball-playing and the diminishing occurrences of new ball-playing opportunities... Sadly, it's true. I can relate to- What, John? ...That's not what he meant? ...Hey, I'm the one watching the video. I think I know what he mea- No John, I'm not typing everything I'm saying. Oh crap, I hit submit-

I need some more art balls pls halp

This what great! If you want to continue on this train of thought and suggesting that playing with as many balls as possible is the key to good art....what is the result of playing with as many balls as possible, to produce good art, supposed to achieve us..or at least what does it look like to you?

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3.57 / 5.00

Dec 27, 2018
6:28 AM EST
  • Daily 4th Place December 28, 2018