… I am never EVER postponing my tumblr ref grabs. It took nearly all of today to backtrack and save all the ref I wanted from all the posts I liked. Ridiculous. Gah.
And now I need to head off for life drawing.. if they’re photo worthy, they’ll be up here!
ah! since I posted the photo of my workspace quite a number of people have been asking if I’d recommend the 13inch cintiq. the answer is, ABSOLUTELY!!! if it’s something you’ve been on the fence about, I totally recommend pushing yourself over and rolling around in that sweet sweet HD grass. they…
.. Been on the fence regarding a cintiq for years. I feel myself tipping over even more now… Help..
8. Yep I sure do. Mostly only after I’ve settled the design aspects though; I can’t design and have music at the same time. Gets distracting. I like my EDM of course, movie soundtracks, electroswing, old school 90’s dance tracks..
9. I used to really enjoy drawing dragons. I mean I still do but I’ve stopped actively doing that for a long time because peers/lecturers would comment on the fact that I drew them a little bit too much. T_T But generally I love drawing creature and character stuff.
Where am I most creative? Never on clean pretty sketchbooks. I let loose far better on discarded scraps of paper. Or oversized used envelopes. Drawing on an A4 envelope now and it’s very freeing.
Just registered Firestarter Design as a legit business. I feel quite adult. I also just cleared some deadlines. I feel even more adult.
Now I will beat up monsters on D3. Most adult.
… I’m sorry but my country.. aiyah. I quote from a news article.
Some young Singaporeans are not passionate about pursuing excellence in their jobs and are quickly drawn to better conditions elsewhere, Nominated MP Nicholas Fang lamented in Parliament on Tuesday.
Mr Fang, an associate editor with Channel NewsAsia, executive director of the Singapore Institute of International Affairs, and founder of an athlete management agency, said he works with different groups of young people and “it’s worrying to me that not all of them are passionate about becoming excellent at what they do, or mastering their professions”.
"More often than not, they place emphasis and give priority to work-life balance, a high salary or other benefits, and are quick to leave if they sense better conditions elsewhere," he added in in Parliament on Tuesday, the second day of the Budget debate.
Mr Fang said he was heartened to hear Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam saying in his Budget speech last Friday that there was a need to develop a culture of excellence and mastery in jobs.
Yes… because work life balance, higher salary and better conditions are not good reasons to move to another job.
My last job was minimum 50 hours a week and coming in on weekends was strongly encouraged if you wanted a raise at some point. This wasn’t a crunch time schedule. This was.. regular working hours. I imagine crunch time would be just camping out overnight for weeks on end.
Why is Society6 now offering shower curtains. What’s going on.