Heyo! If you had been interested in a commission and ALREADY emailed or sent an ask, I will be tackling communication on that front starting Friday. So if you don’t hear from me by April 16th, something may have happened to your ping.
I’ll post again saying I’ve responded to what I got around that time.
If you have any questions, you can send an ask or fanmail, or, I will most likely be streaming commission work during the day this Friday, and you can stop by and ask then. :)
DO WHAT I CANNOT EVERYONE! (basically request a commission because her art is awesome and I have no money)
I can’t express enough my love for this.
OMG i couldn’t figure out why Eugene was hiding and then it hit me.
no I don’t get it… please will someone explain why Eugene is hiding?
NO ONE TELL THEM
look in his hand
Yeah I know trust me if anyone on this site know’s it’s me.
Inspired by every student whose told they can’t be an artist because it doesn’t “make enough money”.
This is literally so inspirational to me right now.
I needed this really badly right now.
Money will not follow you to heaven. Your happiness will.
Go after your dreams…mindfully.
I get this post, but if you don’t address very real financial concerns, you’ll find that most people will quit going after their dreams.
Financial security is important. Going after your dreams is important. Feeling happy is important. At the same time, it’s important to address and be aware of all of these things rather than taking comfort in the protective college bubble that shields us from life and life’s very really problems.
I just went to the doctor and had my insurance cover a procedure. It cost $15. Without insurance a simple 45 minute visit would have cost $600. What if I didn’t have insurance? What if I didn’t have the money to cover a cost like that?
Follow your dreams, sure. But if your dreams take place in a competitive field where it’s difficult to make money, you better make sure you have a plan. And you’d better make sure it’s a damned good plan.
You want to be a writer? An artist? An actress? Do it. But make sure you’re that type of person that’s a doer,that has grit, that has a plan, that pulls from a pool strength in times of trouble, that saves up for a rainy day while daring to dream, rather than the type of person that sits at home eating fruit loops bemoaning the fact that they need to pay $600 for a routine procedure and that they are going without.
you must always have a plan b. ‘cause let’s face the facts, you can’t survive on dreams alone. Chase your dreams but make sure you have financial backing or a fallback in case it doesn’t work out.
Also, I think people should expect that there may have to be some ‘knuckle down and suck it up’ years/or other period of time where you have a do just that in a job you may not like to get you on a path that will lead to your dream job. A dream job rarely lands in your lap. You have to set yourself up for it, make your luck, as they say. And to do that, sometimes you have to slug it out doing something you don’t enjoy. Follow your passion, but don’t do so blindly, ignorantly or without a little common sense and forethought.
Wow this is intense truth