if anyone should ever ask me what i do at uni i will just send them this picture
At this point i feel the urge to yell
BEST SCHOOL EVER!
(i am on the far left!)
I keep experimenting with different settings in PS.
This pops way more than the last version. It also looks less muddy than the first version.
Now maybe i should first wait and see what the art direction for the project will be in the first place. But i am just a bit too excited for this.
Experimenting with the same workflow as the guys who made Skull Girls.
Doing this did not take long at all. It was an easy 4 step process.
1. Sketch + Rough
With that workflow i will be able to easly create some sprites for a possible future school project of mine.
Looking forward to it =)
up to recently i never thought of blogging as an artform of literature. But man that class in writing i had talked about it. To me blogging was just a bit like an open Diary and not something you need to put much thought into.
Then again i never really understood what the term “blogger” means and why anyone would make a big deal about it.
Tuz-oh learned something, yay.
yo can I drop some advice all you kids trying to get entry level jobs need to learn? I learned it the hard way and now I shall impart that to you.
when you see this shit, that goes “you need like 10 years experience and all this other qualifications nobody with all that would ever apply for a job like this with”, that means one thing: they are weeding out people who don’t believe they can achieve that level. They go “sigh, I can’t even compete, fuck it.” and don’t apply, saving the company the trouble.
What you, as a fresh new student, need to do- is apply anyway with a Luffy-like optimism that you will get that fucking job!! You don’t have a million years experience BUT YOU’LL TRY AND NEVER GIVE UP ETC. You write an opener letter with that in it, submit your shit, and get that goddamn job because they just found somebody who’s willing to give it a try anyway, who has the confidence and the ability to play with the big boys and they will train you to become a master because fresh meat is vital to the industry.
tldr: APPLY ANYWAY, YOUNG GRASSHOPPER
this is actually really inspiring
A little added advice. The sweet spot you should be aiming for is any job that asks for 2-5 years of experience. Because the job market is a bit weak right now, many places are looking to fill positions with people who have experience; however, since those people would be otherwise overqualified, they often don’t apply. Before I got my current job, I had a number of interviews for positions that asked for anywhere up to 5 years experience, where the interviewer casually mentioned that after however much time without finding anyone, decided to open the job up to true entry level status.
So yeah, if it says 2-5 years experience required, apply to that shit anyways, because for most professional jobs, it takes at least 3-5 years before you’re truly settled in (oftentimes, the trial period alone takes 3 or more years before they decide whether to keep you, since training does take some doing). If it says 7+ though, they probably want an actual expert so don’t waste your time.
It’s your fault I’m not a Pokemon master!