|Posted: 2011-January-06 at 6:54pm | IP Logged
Thank you Andrew.
Good, you have a goal! Keep working on it! One key difference between a master and an intermediary/rookie is that the master has had the patience to learn both easy "things" and complex "things".
This takes time. I've been doing space art for about seven years now,
and I still feel that I know very little. I could swallow buckets of
info and knowledge, and still have more to learn! So in all this, you need a goal, and a
Also, I've recently discovered and experienced that in order to master one subject, you have to know subjects that relate to it. In my case Astronomy connects with natural sciences, and the Art connects to subjects like cognitive sciences and communication. Once again, you need a goal, and a steady pace. If you keep on it, all you can do is succeed!
If you ever need any feedback specifically from me, you know where to find me.
Nova Celestia - Astronomical Illustrations and Space Art.