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                     Be patient, progress can´t be forced to happen over night!


You want to be a great artist? Welcome to the club! Now lets take a look on how that works.

Talent - Whats that?!:nuu:
Talent, a word with many meanings. For me personally it means to be able to learn certain things faster. Talent doesn´t mean you can draw or built everything without training and learning. You´ll just be faster in learning the skills then an untalented person who would have to exercise maybe twice as long as you.
People say I got talent. But I invested over 10 years of exercise and training in my art, it was hard work.

:bulletgreen:Expectations - To high?
You draw for a year now and joined dA some months ago and still you´re unnoticed?

It may be depressing, but thats normal. Every artist starts as a beginner. Its like a game, you start on level 1. No matter what game, you´ll have to play to increase your level.
It's normal for beginners work to look not as good as the work of professionals. As a matter of that fact, it gets less views.
It´s important to understand that this is the normal way, you don´t have to feel offended by that.
Don´t set your hopes too high in the first years! It will destroy more than do good!
You should always keep track of your progress, compare your work to works from your idols or favourite artists to see if you reached your goal - Sometimes you´ll make progress without even recognizing it!

:bulletgreen:The progress - Invisible while happening

You say you don´t make enough progress in your art? You don´t increase your skills fast enough? Well, how fast do you think it's happening?
Progress is a mean thing, because you can´t observe it while its happening. You can only watch back, make a summary and compare old and new - then you´ll see a progress, I´m very sure.
To show you what I´m talking about:

I searched together good examples of my works since I´m 14, that was 2004. You´ll see now 1-3 pictures I drew in a certain year and I hope you can see what I mean.

So, let's see how progress works:

                             2004 - I got my first Copics
                       Untitled by Ganjamira
Isn´t that cute? Urgh... Thats one of the very first colored pictures I could find.
Most of them...I trashed. Well... Let's see a more complicated lineart from -

                                         2005
              Untitled by Ganjamira
Yeux, look at his thin neck:nuu: Well, this is the first picture EVER I drew wings...
Back then I was very very proud of it, and got really sad when no one gave a comment. Now I can see why...

                      2006 - Some improvements

                        781917.jpeg-0-600-800-95 by Ganjamira
One of the rare pictures from 2006/2007, because I nearly gave up art back then.
I was so frustrated with my skills and the missing feedback, I nearly didn´t draw at all.
Nevertheless I seemed to have made some important steps in that year.

                                   2007 - Year of the detail

                   1263240.jpeg-0-600-800-95 by Ganjamira
In 2007 I got the detail madness. I tried to include as much details as I could. Additionally I started to exercise shading with a ballpoint pen. It was one of the years with the biggest progress relating to my outlines.
No matter my personal view on my progress, barely 2 people gave me a comment for all works from 2007, that were about 45 pictures like the one on the top.

                             2008 - Coloration is a bitch
                       1295419.jpeg-0-600-800-95 by Ganjamira

                       1351284.jpeg-0-600-800-95 by Ganjamira
2008 - A year of tears. My Copic collection increased, my skills didn´t. Cried many nights...
But I learned important basics, for example how to draw hair and rough shading.
No comments recieved in 2008....


                                2009 - Fasting Forward
                     1586793 by Ganjamira
                    1500160.jpeg-0-600-800-95 by Ganjamira
            1604534 by Ganjamira
After my depressions over my lousy colorations I started to make more art in 2009, it really helped me. Backgrounds still looked unclean, stripes everywhere...
Still no comments on my work....oh wait one on Bahamut!:stare:

                  
                     2010 - More coloration improvements
                 1813976.jpeg-0-600-800-95-2010 by Ganjamira
               1759289 by Ganjamira
Out of nowhere my skills raised beyond my wildest dreams! I didn´t even recognize it, but my colorations and shadings got really better. Maybe because I drew over 150 pieces in 2009...
Finally some feedback on my old homepage, about 2 comments per picture >.<


                             2011 - Breaking Limits
            1877247.jpeg-0-600-800-95 by Ganjamira
      Tyto hermetica by Ganjamira
      Phantom Warrior by Ganjamira
I can colorate stuff!:la: It was a good year with a lot of progress, oh yes. My human faces still needed some adjustment, but I finally managed to handle my Copics.
Still no changes with feedback or comments, was really depressed and decided to leave Animexx.com and move my gallery to dA.


                   2012 - People recognized me the first time
                Halo - Legend of the Reclaimer by Ganjamira
                 Attack of the Red Bull by Ganjamira
Yes, its October 2012 and I finally got a deviantArt account! This was the first time my works got feedback. Before those days I got barely 1 comment on my stuff!!!!!!!
I thought I´m just a bad artist for the whole time, but in reality I just needed time to raise my skills and to stand out of the grey masses. Looking back it is a miracle I didn´t quit art...
                                        2013 - Wow!
             THE ANSWER IS: YES!!! by Ganjamira
What happenend 2013?! You guys! Thousands of kindest comments, hundrets of watchers and so many great people with hearts of gold!
To be honest: The hard work definately was worth it! So many words of encouragement in so little time, it makes up all the pain in my early days as artist.

Now you got a complete overlook on my personal process as an artist.
You see, I worked hard, received no feedback for years and produced about 3000 works until now. Still getting better, still finding mistakes in my technique and still breaking borders.

                                                 
                  NEVER GIVE UP!!!
:icontorgueplz:
            an artist's job is to make art by hibbary
You draw for a year now, don´t received a comment, or people gave you mean comments and you want to quit art because of it? Don´t do that!!! To master an art takes time, often even a lifetime. Its just idiotic to want it happen over night. Its impossible! No matter how much talent you got, you´ll need years of hard training, you´ll have to be strong and be patient with yourself.

:bulletgreen:The motive - Wolves everywhere!

You love wolves, like we all do! They are great creatures with a wonderfull personality.
So are cats and dragons. I love them too.
You only draw wolves? Or cats or dragons?:?: Of course, because you love them!:la:
Thats understandable, but unproductive for your progress as an artist.
If you will only draw the same kind of motive your art will become flat and you´ll miss to learn different skills. You may be able to draw the perfect paw, but being unable to draw a hand.
Also: How many canine/feline/dragon artists are there? Couple of millions I guess. And every day they get more. Its only a mathematically issue, of course not many people  see your  wolf-picture, the possibility for that happening is maybe 1:10000000.
Its a matter of redundancy! If there are already 200 wolf-OCs with black fur and wings, maybe a scar in the face, why drawing another one? Practice, yes, but the chance to get popular with it is very small.
Diversity will bring you forward!
As a beginner its is really important to draw as random as possible! Draw humans, cats, horses, trees, floor, plants, houses, dragons, items - everything you can find.
I drew fanarts of movies and games I really loved, trying to copy the style of those original artists. So I learned how to draw in many different styles, from manga to realistic to chibi.
Of course I´ve my favourite motives too, but I´m always eager to draw things I never tried, just to see if I can^^

:bulletgreen:The media - A tablet is everything!

No. Copics won´t make you a professional artist either. Only because your tablet is a Wacom it won´t make you a professional artist. It feels hard to be that honest, but I think its needed.
Many beginners think a certain medium will make them appear more professional.
Thats wrong!
I say this to warn you, because I made this mistake when I bought my first Copic-markers.
I felt so special, so professional - and sucked at coloration. My first Copic coloration was so ugly I broke out into tears!
After all, I could have better started with colored pencils, they are cheaper and the art made with them can be so gorgeous, if you put time and work into it.
When I finally understand that it will take much training to be a professional, and that it is not a matter of the media, a big weight was lift from my shoulders.

You want proof? For example look at :icontaena-doman:s great gallery, she´s a digital artist who only works with the regular mouse to draw!:faint:
Member of the Grey Council - Neroon by Taena-Doman

Important thing is to follow your passion and being critical with your own works.
If you don´t like how one picture turned out, just draw it again! If you think you can´t draw a specific motive - just try it out!

:bulletgreen:Help and Support - Where? How?
:nuu:

Important: Ask for constructive critique! Charming comments like "awesome!" are always nice, but they won´t help you to increase your skills!
Ask what you could do better, if the perspective is okay or something along these lines.
People will be encouraged to be more honest about mentioning your mistakes.
See, most people hesitate to give critique because they don´t want to hurt you. They don´t want to point out your mistakes - but that's what you need to hear!
Of course its not really enjoyable to hear those critiques, but they´ll give you a new perspective on your art and to recognize little mistakes you didn´t see before.

:heart:Also there are plenty of great groups providing you with community love, tutorials, stocks, references even constructive critique and plenty of tips and tricks!
:icondacompliments: :iconstockandresources: :icondrawing-tutorials:
:iconcommunityrelations: :iconprojectcomment::iconprojecteducate:

           :heart:Stay strong. Hold on. Make art!:heart:

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:iconcenturyfall:
Centuryfall Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014
I like the ones in 2009, as well
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you:la: Yeah, I have to redraw alot of pictures from 2008/2009 again:eager:
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SirAlex0014 Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks so much for putting this up. This makes me feel so much better! I've  really only started with what I'm doing but after seeing your hard work, I have courage! 
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
AWWWWww:hug: Youre very welcome!:heart:
Its always hard to start with something, I see it everytime I try a new craft=D
You can do it!:tighthug:
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:iconsantasmoneysack:
SantasMoneySack Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
That's the spirit! Art is like Wine, improves with age ;) 

Also, and I think Picaso said this?? Art is never finished, only abandoned...something like that ;) 
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SirAlex0014 Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks guys!
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TheLegendaryArkaius Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I do say! If only I read this 5 years ago :XD:

Anyway I do quite agree with what you are saying in this journal, ironically its how I always pictured any creative outlet (music, art, ect.). Practice does indeed make perfect I say! I say, I do remember when I first started creating digital art... I hated it... but now, every time I create a new piece, I feel as though I am learning something new...

...I don't want to post an extremely long comment, so I'll just sum it up I say! I completely agree with everything you have said here! It is something that I believe most artists of any kind need to know! :)

Good show I say! :D
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
=D Now what you mean!^^

Im really glad I seem to have wrote something usefull!
I experienced that many beginners have a kinda weird perspective on creating and the progress of art, some of them cant believe that even "talented" people need to work hard and long, and that every artist has to endure frustration and hiatus from time to time^^

Thank you very very much!:hug:
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:icontaena-doman:
Taena-Doman Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks so much for that you mentioned me!:dance:
Your progress is really great and your advices in your journal is very helpful.:):)
What I'd like to add is "
The little one and the entirety"...what simply means as an artist you have both... an eye for small, little things and the large overall concept.
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
:tighthug: Youre very very welcome! I thought your work was the very best meterial to proof my point^^
Awwwww thank you so much!!!:hug: I always try to reflect about all, it really helps me to get new perspectives^^
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SobohRami Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
you my friend are awesome ! your words truly show the life of a artist,the down parts and the up parts and the process in being good at it ! I hope that more people get to read this and get inspired by it !
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
:iconawwwplz:  Thank you so much!:happycry:
Im so glad this is helpfull!
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:iconsobohrami:
SobohRami Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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:iconvenegal:
Venegal Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you very much for your supporting journal, this does help. Now an advice I am curious, I am debating whether or not to keep on taking commissions. I want to do my own cosplays, but in order to pay for props and materials I wanted to take prop commissions to help pay for all that. But it seems like that will wear me out since I am working on a commission that turned out to be more than I can chew.

Long story short, what advice can you give me regarding commissions, if any please?
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Uhhhh thank you very very much!!!.hug: Im glad this is helpfull, wasnt sure at first=D

Ouh, commissions...I guess I need some good advises in that area too... Since the last year I got so many commissions and orders I barely see the sky anymore, not to talk about own works. Most I uploaded the last months were only orders from my shop and things I was commissioned to do >.< that can be very very stressfull, even more if you need the money. Its always hard for me to relax, because all the undone stuff circles in my mind... I can only repeat advises people gave me.
-Relax! You do people a favour with your work, theyll wait for something good!

- Deadline: Is important! ask your commissioner if there is a date he needs the item, if not inform him that the commission will take so long as it tkes (means: take all time you may need!)

-money vs. time: If you make a special prized commission (maybe its extra cheap because you like the customer or it is a friend) you should consider to tell your customer that high-prized works got done first.
It happens to me very often that I was completely booked out with work for my shop while working on friends commissions. So, one is to have food on the table, the other is a issue of heart...Its hard to decide, but if your life (in this case financial existence) depends on it, yoiu should definately do these projects first and explain that to your friends.

Also I think its not good to make the same objects multiple times. I know made already 6 Haku-pendants, I cant barely look at them anymore ToT Its like drawing threehundret wolves in a row, its getting dull...

I hope that was at least a hint of helpfull=D
Most of these tipps are very hard to realize for me too, I think it will need a bit more time to get used to get so many orders and to handle that right.

:hug:
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HeavensSpire Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Everyday since you've posted this, I read the first line of this journal:
"Be patient, progress cant be forced to happen over night!"

Thank you for reminding me. I get frustrated with myself often. :hug:
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Awwww:tighthug: 
=D it was more of a reminder for myself at first^^ Wrote that all after I got pretty depressed over my progress, then my boyfriend pulled out the oldest pic of mine he could find and said: "Progress!"=D

Im so happy this is helpfull!:heart:
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:iconheavensspire:
HeavensSpire Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Awww! Yes, I am so glad you shared your frustration and inspiration with us! :)
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:iconzhabakoshka:
Zhabakoshka Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014

It is very inspiring! Itself can't draw, only learning it works out badly. It happens that lowered his hands. But your example helps to raise them again :)
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Awww thank you very much!:heart: Im glad I could encourage you!
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:iconzhabakoshka:
Zhabakoshka Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014
Even began to think that somehow put something of the pictures here. True positive feedback not expect :D

And I suspect that the translator will recognize my words incorrectly, and fills their nonsense. Forgive me if this is so :) (Smile)
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Do that! Maybe you will be surprised and people will give good comments as well^^

Ahhh, now I understand!^^ Its not that bad, with a little thinking I can read it^^

There are many russian groups here as well! Maybe you want to join, would make communication easier in the first time x3
:iconrussian-art-group: :iconrus-club: :iconrustraditionalartist: :iconrussiancreative: :iconrusfantasyartists:
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:iconzhabakoshka:
Zhabakoshka Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014
Wow! Thank you for the links, they are very useful to me!)))))))
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
:tighthug: Really no problem! Im glad I could help you out:meow:
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:iconpwyllo:
Pwyllo Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
This is excellent! Thank you for posting it! I have seen so many beginning artists get discouraged by negatively comparing themselves to professionals and feeling they should be perfect from the start. Learning a skill, and learning it well, always takes time, but it's easy to overlook baby steps and true progress. My advice is that beginners should allow themselves to play and explore. Art should be fun! Enjoy what you're doing and save the critiquing for later. Don't be so harsh on yourself! Look for the positives in what you've created and be excited about new techniques and trying new ways of doing things. Most of use who've been drawing (or doing other art forms) for a long time did our experimental phase when we were children...we didn't judge ourselves then. We were just playing. So if you're new to whatever medium you're attempting to master, let yourself be a child again. =)
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Awwww thank you so much!:heart: Im really happy I could point out some issues!

I definately agree - art should be fun! I think its important for us artist to stay in a childish state, so we always can create free. To have 2the inner child" helps to look from different perspectives on the same subject, to find new ways and ideas!.heart:

Thank you very much for this constructive comment, you definately pointed out some things I forgot to mention!:love:
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:iconpwyllo:
Pwyllo Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
You are most welcome! I was very happy to see this journal entry! :hug: It's very true - creativity and criticism are like polar opposites. We need to be free to play in order to use our creativity to its full potential. =)

Again, you're welcome, and thank YOU! :hug:
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Pepper-Head Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014
Amazing article <3
I remember when I first found you after randomly looking up Avatar art... I fell in love with your gallery and was so impressed with your work! I just couldn't grasp how you had so few comments, if any at all, on some of your deviations. Yet some people spit out (for lack of a better explanation) little chibi doodles with little thought put into them and get so much attention right away. I just don't get it.

Your work is absolutely gorgeous and I can see every little bit of love and attention in every stroke. I swear I thought your work was digital, only to find that it was copic! Sure some anime artists make copic arts look beautiful, but I must say that yours takes the cake. Maybe some day I can afford the markers and the time to work on copic art, but for now I'm focusing on my anatomy for animals and humans. 

You're incredibly inspiring though, and I definitely feel the need to pick up my pencil and practice more <333 Thank you!!!
((Also I don't see where you're being mean in this journal xD))

*snuggles my Raikou picture you drew*
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
:iconawwwplz: Thank you so much!!!
Oh my, so many compliments:happycry: You make my cry of joy, hun!:tighthug:

Copics are a difficult media, I dont think I would really recommend them...They are extremely expensive and to master them is...very time consuming ToT I guess I stick to use them because Im used to them and a bit afraid of trying another medium >.<
I got a tablet for a year now, but didnt make a digital piece until now...maybe Ill try it someday=D

:hug: Dawwwww, another huge compliment!!! I hoped to show my very starter works would give some hope to beginners^^

xD Sometimes telling the truth sounds abit mean to me, Im glad it is not the case!
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:iconlost-in-the-day:
Lost-in-the-day Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Professional General Artist
Flying tackle hugs! Glomp!  Thank you so much for writing this, it is very inspiring and exactly the sort of gentle kick up the backside I need every so often to keep trying harder. Also thank you for sharing the progress of your art over the years, your latest work is beautiful indeed. 
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
:iconbrohugplz: Im really happy its usefull1:la:
Now I red it again Ive to admit its kinda mean here and there...but the thruth is often mean and uncomfortable=D
I wanted to show my progress including my earliest works because some kids think I was always good in drawing, I thought it could incourage to see what can spring of beginners works in some years^^
Aww thank you!:hug:
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:iconfairyslivehere:
FairysLiveHere Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
This is such good advise!
I am so happy to see this because honestly so many artist try to pretend that 
they just started drawing, and where perfect at it! D"x
You made so much progress in drawing, it was nice to see your art timeline!<3
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
:hug:
I made it because I some people seem to think I was always good....I think you guys deserve to see my rough starts in art=D
Hopefully it can motivate some beginners to pull through^^
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:iconfairyslivehere:
FairysLiveHere Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
That was a good idea then! :3
I hope it does help some beginners to pull through also!
It can be difficult when your a beginner, and only see the beautiful professional 
art. Sometimes it can truly help when someone like yourself
shows them the practice it takes! ^^ <3
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
:la:
Me too x3  Indeed, I always compared myself with far to good artists, that always pretty disappointing... For that issue I thought its just fair to show you my starter pictures=D
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utan77 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014
No one is born in all of the artist - at most with predisposed to being an artist. 
But even a person who is initially average, can practice and achieve in time perfection. Especially when you find your own style.
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Indeed!:clap: its always more hard work then talent, mny people forget that!
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:iconaustraliumsiren:
AustraliumSiren Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I know this feel. I started out with scanned pencil lineart and the worst digital colouring you can imagine. :XD:
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
=D Everyone starts small, its what I wanted to proof with this timeline^^
Its seemed to have ben a good practice, would never uess it when I look on your latest works^^
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AustraliumSiren Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Aww, thanks! You're so kind! :iconbrohugplz:
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
:hug: Nyaaaa, youre very welcome!:heart:
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:iconwraithworshipper:
WraithWorshipper Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for sharing. It puts a real human face to the kind of work and passion it takes to be an artist. :)
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
:hug: Thank you very much!:happycry: Dont know what to say now!:heart:
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:iconenniart:
EnniArt Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014
Danke fr die tollen Tipps :) :hug:
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
:tighthug: Ich bin froh das sie ntzlich sind^^
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:iconmimimicsus:
mimimicsus Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014
I was inspired by my sisters and startet drawing hobby again few weeks ago. Yesterday I joined here and these advices were helpful! Thanks a lot!!Woo! 
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
:iconbrohugplz: Then first: WELCOME TO DA!!!:iconlachoirplz:
I hope youll have a great time here!:hug:

Im glad to hear that! First thought its written a bit to mean, but to be honest often is a bit mean >.<
Youre very very welcome!:heart:
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:iconmimimicsus:
mimimicsus Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2014
Thanks hug

I think I'm gonna have great time here :happy:  My two sisters are here too, so they can help me with any problem I have :) AND I can view other drawings and get help from them to my drawing style :happybounce:  I'm so glad that I came here :happydancer:

And once more: Thanks for these advices Clap 
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:iconganjamira:
Ganjamira Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
:hug:

I think so too! Whaatis is one right?^^ must be so usefull for direct support=D I neeed pretty long to get details, like how to put on a journal skin xD

Youre very welcome!:tighthug:
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:iconmimimicsus:
mimimicsus Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014
Yes, Waahtis is one and the another one is Farremo :) It's great to have help right away! Waahtis also helps me with my english :D And I heard this is good place to make new friendships Giggle

But now I think it's time to go bed :) Tomorrow is a new day to draw :happybounce: 
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