I'm very sorry to disappoint you, but you won't find the answer here. This journal is not about me. It's about you,
folks, and the way you ask your questions.
Every time I post a new animation in my gallery, piece of illustration, or even a couple of wips, I get asked a lot
of questions, be it through comments, notes, or email, about my work, which too often sound awfully close to "How did you learn to draw/animate?". Seriously, guys, don't ever ask me this question. It is impossible for me to walk you through my 23 year process of self teaching, and trust me
, none of you would want to hear it even if it was. The process was long, and boring, and had a lot of errors, which I was able to see from quite a distance.
I figured though that none of you is interested in how I
learned to do that stuff, you are all curious about how you
can improve your work and how you
can have your work compared to the work of your idols, so I've decided to intorduce you all to the highly informative video that will help you make me help you with your problems.
All credit goes to my dear friend The-Ez ________________________________________
I still owe commissions to these wonderful, talented, and immensely patient people, make sure to stop by their galleries and compliment their awesomeness: