- Rickard: I'm heading to bed.
- Ty: dream of dicks.
- Rickard: literal dicks or figurative dicks?
- Ty: maybe both
- Rickard: that's like shitting where you eat.
- Ty: haha, is it?
- Rickard: Iruno?
- Rickard: maybe?
- Rickard: listen, sometimes I just take a shot in the dark with these sayings.
- Ty: haha
- Rickard: I can't centrifuge a zebra off the planet with every round!
- Ty: with metaphors too it seems.
- Ty: okay, I just want to make sure you're getting your bang for your buck
- Ty: because I'm about to log off
- Rickard: I am
- Rickard: I don't feel that I'm missing out on the Ty Halley experience
- Ty: haha
- Ty: good.
- Ty: because SOME don't find the prospect of Ty Halley to be all that promising
- Rickard: Well.
- Rickard: those people have refined tastes
- Rickard: I just chug any old crap as long as it gets me buzzed
- Ty: dang
- Ty: I should've left while this was still a compliment...
- Rickard: So, is this skype thing gonna happen today or not?
- Rickard: My brain is kinda weird with uncertainties.
- Rickard: It got troubs focusing if one's hanging over it.
- Ty: Maybe at some point.
- Rickard: Thanks for clearing that up!
- Rickard: you need to do better with natural sounding dialog
- Ty: I only write the way that I would talk.
- Rickard: I know, that's why I'm not talking about your writing
- Ty: wait... Is that why you always only edit MY dialogue in those tumblr chat things?
- Rickard: Well yeah, for flow.
- Ty: I don't know how to feel about this.
- Rickard: I'm only taking a little creative license.
- Ty: Yeah, with my personality!
- Ty: man, I'm having a terrible anxiety day.
- Ty: You ever get the thought in your head that? "oh man, what if this person I know hates me?"
- Ty: It begins as just this tiny feeling, but then it starts to consume you.
- Ty: And it just starts out of nowhere and for no reason!
- Rickard: I wouldn't call it out of nowhere, I mean I've dropped PLENTY of hints.
Sorry guys, no comic today, follow the link for details.
I always find it difficult to give advice to beginning artists because the advice I feel that I can give is mostly not something a person has control over. As to say you have to enjoy the process not just the end result of a drawing, a love for it even if what you draw isn’t very good, you need to love, or at least LIKE it enough to push trough. For years!
People often underestimate the amount of effort that’s required to learn how to draw, but if you become motivated by the little improvements you manage along the road (Like I was and still am) then that’ll be of a big advantage to you.
The only practical advice I can recommend that a Google search would’t provide you is to keep looking at stuff that inspires you to draw, because if you keep drawing everything else will eventually come to you.
This is me being helpful… Sorry.