I am on the bus. My mobile phone rings. It’s my two-year-old daughter on the phone. She starts speaking and trying to explain something to me. I can’t understand almost any words. It’s still not coherent speech. The words are unclear and hard to understand. Like a bird chirping. She doesn’t stop talking. Continues tirelessly. My wife is laughing beside her. But she keeps talking with the same enthusiasm. Tirelessly.
Finding the time to be a great concept artist can be challenging, as life is often very busy. However, it’s important to make the most of the time you have, even if it’s just a few minutes here and there.
One way to make the most of your time is to take advantage of any opportunity you have to sketch, even if it’s just a quick sketch while you’re on the bus or train.
A few weeks ago, my website was hacked. At first, I was shocked, but I received a “friendly” email from the hackers who explained that they would refrain from destroying my site’s reputation for a small fee of $3000 in bitcoins. However, I wasn’t able to visit my site or use a WordPress login.
A lot of us would like to be a masked hero on another planet somewhere else in the universe. The magic is that a mask on our face also changes our behavior, and we do things we wouldn’t do without the mask. But reality looks different. Boring. We have to live our ordinary lives, full of responsibilities. Boring again.
All of us are talented in our unique way. We just need to recognize our capacity and develop our talents to their full potential.Anonymous
Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up. Thomas A. Edison
Who among us likes deadlines? Nobody likes to stay until midnight in the office. Deadlines make us forget to eat and even go to the toilet. They cause pressure in our chest and our blood pressure to rise. We can’t sleep and they weaken our immune system.
This video showcases comic book legend and DC Comics co-publisher Jim Lee drawing perhaps his signature character, Batman. Jim walks us through his process of bringing Gotham’s brooding detective to life on paper, from the first step of the pencilling process to the finished inks. Produced by Mike Avila, and edited by Michael Schifino.